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Timeline of ICEJ Aliyah Ministry

From 1980 until today

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ICEJ: Aliyah - France

 

Highlights

ICEJ: Founding

1980

ICEJ founded in Jerusalem

ICEJ:

1980

Steve Lightle gives a prophetic word that Russian Jews from the Northwest region would come through Finland. 

 

ICEJ: Mordecai Outcry

1981

Mordechai Outcry

ICEJ:

1980s

ICEJ is deeply involved in the Soviet Jewry movement

ICEJ: Eva Huber

1984

ICEJ Finland founded and supports in the work in Vienna. Eva’s center has helped approximately 60000 Russian Jewish emigrants.

ICEJ: Aliyah

1986

ICEJ Jerusalem joins officially in the Aliyah work with Soviet Jews in Vienna along other branches

ICEJ: Soviet Jews with Finnish Families

1989

Soviet Jews begin making Aliyah through Finland

ICEJ: Aliyah

1990

ICEJ sponsor’s the first of 53 full airplane charter flights

ICEJ: Aliyah

1990

ICEJ Finland organizes the Finnish Exodus Committee which would bring more than 20,000 Russian Jews to Israel

ICEJ: Exobus

1991

ICEJ supports the ‘Exobus' Project bringing Jews to the airports in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, and Eastern Europe

ICEJ: Aliyah

1991

ICEJ Aliyah route through Budapest begins

ICEJ:Raoul Wallenberg Center

1992

Raoul Wallenberg Center established in Budapest to assist Swiss branch bringing Jews out of Western Ukraine in convoys

ICEJ:Aliyah

1996

St. Petersburg office established by the Finnish branch.

ICEJ: Aliyah

1996

ICEJ Finland sends Aliyah bus to Central Asia

ICEJ: Aliyah

1998

Far Distant Cities Project established

ICEJ: Aliyah

1999

ICEJ Russian Branch registered

ICEJ: Chinese Jews

2000

Chinese Jews make Aliyah through Finland

ICEJ: Aliyah

2001

9/11 begins to increase Aliyah from North America

ICEJ: Aliyah

2002

Beit Ha Tikva program begins

ICEJ: Russian Jews

2003

Russian Jews assisted making Aliyah from North America (until 2012)

ICEJ: Aliyah

2004

ICEJ fishing trip to New York City.

ICEJ: Lisa Rudiger

2005

Russian Jews assisted making Aliyah from Germany (until 2011)

ICEJ: Howard Flower

2006

Howard Flower appointed ICEJ Aliyah director

ICEJ: Aliyah

2006

ICEJ begins again sponsoring group and individual Aliyah flights

ICEJ: Aliyah Belarus

2006

ICEJ begins Aliyah work in Belarus

ICEJ: Aliyah

2007

Fishing program begins in France

ICEJ: Aliyah

2008

ICEJ starts helping with the JAFI Red Carpet Program

ICEJ: Aliyah

2009

ICEJ begins sponsoring Aliyah flights from Sweden

ICEJ: Aliyah

2010

ICEJ sponsors first Aliyah flight for French Jews 

ICEJ: Aliyah

2010

ICEJ begins work in the Baltic counties of Latvia and Lithuania

ICEJ: Aliyah

2012

ICEJ begins sponsoring flights of the Bnei Menashe (more than 1,000)

ICEJ: Aliyah

2013

ICEJ begins fishing program in Eastern Ukraine

ICEJ: Aliyah

2014

ICEJ begins supporting Aliyah from Ukraine (more than 1,000 rescued)

ICEJ: Aliyah

2015

ICEJ sponsors 5 young ladies from Kaifeng to make Aliyah.

ICEJ: Aliyah

2016

ICEJ begins sponsoring another major wave of Ethiopian Aliyah

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