Special Reports

It can be so deflating when one unexpectedly loses one’s job. Unfortunately, this has happened to tens of thousands of Israelis due to the Coronavirus pandemic. In fact, one million Israelis are looking for work at present. Over 600,000 were...
A group of 102 Jewish immigrants arrived in Israel on April 11th on a special Aliyah evacuation flight from Kazakhstan arranged by The Jewish Agency for Israel and sponsored by the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem. Their Aliyah comes at a...
Since our inception in 1980, the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem has been active in bringing Jewish people back to the Promised Land, and in that time we have witnessed many amazing personal journeys of Jewish families making Aliyah to...
Within four kilometers of Israel’s northern border with Lebanon, the village of Hurfeish is home to a mix of Israeli Druze and Christians. The Druze minority are exceptionally loyal to Israel and consider it a great honor to serve in the...
Zooms and online teaching are par-for-the-course these days, but how can a teacher educate online without the proper tools? Recently, the ICEJ responded to a request to supply teaching equipment to a Druze school in the Israeli town of Usifiya,...
As Israel marked ‘Yom HaShoah’ this week, its annual Holocaust Remembrance Day, several Israeli media published or broadcast feature stories on the ICEJ’s Home for Holocaust Survivors in Haifa. The Israeli daily Ha’aretz...
The last Aliyah flight of ‘Operation Rock of Israel’ arrived in early March, bringing the final group of some 2,000 immigrants from the Ethiopian Jewish community who came to Israel during this emergency airlift. Through this initiative...
As a group of ICEJ staff recently gathered around tables piled high with neatly-stacked boxes of food, they rolled up their sleeves and in no time formed a production line to pack the items into 164 care packages earmarked as gifts for needy Israeli...
For many Jewish immigrants to Israel, moving to this land means the beginning of a new life in a very literal sense. It means changing to a new language, completely new and different schools for the children, and even new professions for some....
It is a beautiful day, the sun is shining, and the birds are tweeting, but for many Israeli families struck by the harsh economic challenges of the coronavirus, the sky may seem a little duller. As the countdown to Passover begins, many of these...