The Aliyah Return Center

Celebrating Jewish-Christian diversity in the Galilee.

By RIVKAH LAMBERT ADLER
March 16, 2017 13:54
The Aliyah Return Center

Volunteers take a moment to relax. (photo credit: PR)

 
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Dean Bye, a 58-year-old entrepreneur and Christian Zionist with Return Ministries of Canada, works every day to fulfill his understanding of prophecies, including those in the Book of Isaiah, that suggest that at the end of days, the nations will assist the Jewish people to return home to Israel.

In association with the Jewish Agency for Israel, Bye oversees a project in the Galilee, which brings together Jews and Christian supporters of Israel. The project is named the Aliyah Return Center – Jordan River.

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