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Urgent Appeal for endangered Jews in the Ukraine

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Ukrainian Jews arriving home

The ongoing civil war in Ukraine has caused great concern for the Jewish people living there. Over recent months, this conflict has turned into brutal urban warfare between Ukrainian troops and pro-Russian forces, reducing the population of many cities. There are thousands of Jews now living in refugee camps in Ukraine who have decided there is no reason to go back to their homes and some will now make the move to Israel.

Yet many elderly Jews remain shut up in their homes in eastern Ukraine. There is no power or running water in many towns, the trains have stopped operating, shooting and mortar fire can be heard all around, and competing militias have set up roadblocks everywhere and demand bribes for safe passage.

Nonetheless, efforts are underway to send in rescue teams to bring many isolated and internally displaced Jews out to safety. The Jewish Agency has asked the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem to help fund these rescue efforts, which will eventually lead to their aliyah to Israel.

They will need to be brought out to safety while immigration authorities are expediting their paperwork. The ICEJ has already handed over enough funds to assist almost 1,000 Jews awaiting flights to Israel. We also have committed to help fund this most urgent humanitarian mission to rescue trapped Jews still in eastern Ukraine, but we need your gifts to make it happen.

So please help us by making your most generous contribution today for the urgent aliyah of Jews from Ukraine:

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9 Oct 2017

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12 Oct 2017

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28 Nov 2017

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24 Dec 2017

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25 Dec 2017

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26 Dec 2017

Support the extensive ongoing work and witness of the ICEJ by helping us fund our core activities in fulfilling our mandate to support Israel, educate the Church and promote justice.

Donations allow us to maintain funding for emergency projects, and embark on new initiatives to support Israel in these critical days.

 

Donate via CanadaHelps.org offering two choices:

1. Donate to ICEJ CANADA '150 WAYS TO BLESS ISRAEL' CAMPAIGN

150 years

In honour of Canada’s 150th celebration, we invite you to join us in any one or more of our goals throughout 2017 in finding 150 ways to bless Israel from Canada!

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2. Donate to the ICEJ Canada designation of your choice:

CanadaHelps.org

Thank you for your ongoing support of ICEJ Canada!

ICEJ Canada Aid and Development is a Registered Canadian Charity BN 81095 4743 RR0001.

A tax receipt for total annual giving will be issued at the end of each calendar year.

 

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