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The International Fellowship for Christians and Jews and the Jewish Agency are back working together .
A decision to proceed was handed down by a district court in Illinois last month after the IFCJ reportedly submitted an appeal to dismiss the case.
As Christians in the Middle East risk death for practicing their faith, the IFCJ is doing what it can to keep them safe.
Of the 201 immigrants, twenty-four were children under the age of 10 and one was an 81 year-old man.
By JACOB GOFF KLEIN
The Christians came to Jerusalem from countries as diverse as Korea, China, Peru, Brazil, Ireland, Norway, Samoa, Papua-New Guinea, South Africa and the United States.
By MIRIAM LOCK
'The Atlantic' explores how the Christian Zionist movement is undergoing a transformation, both theologically and geographically.
By EMMA GREEN / THE ATLANTIC ONLINE
On Yom Aliya here's a look at how the IFCJ is helping Jews around the world realize their dream of living in Israel.
By RACHEL COHEN
Founder of HaYovel says agreeing with “replacement theology” is disagreeing with God.
By BENJAMIN GLATT
A look at how the IFCJ helps the less fortunate during the holidays.
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