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At the meeting, Carole Solomon, Chairman of the Board of Governors, called Rabbi Eckstein and The Fellowship "extraordinary advocates" for the Bnei Menashe, adding that "the one driving force behind this aliyah (emigration to Israel) has been ? The Fellowship, which has contributed $1.5 million toward this project." In recent years, The Fellowship has brought over 300,000 Jews to Israel from over a dozen countries including Russia, Ethiopia, France and various Arab lands.
Rabbi Eckstein was quick to acknowledge the critical role of The Fellowship's donors in funding aliyah and klitah (resettlement) for the Bnei Menashe. "American Christians who give sacrificially to support the return to Israel of the Bnei Menashe and other Jewish people are the ones really responsible for ensuring that this work is carried on," he said. "They act out of deep compassion for the Jewish people. We are blessed to have them as partners in the fulfillment of biblical prophecies that promise the return of Jews to the Holy Land from 'the four corners of the earth.'"
Isaiah 49:22 speaks of Gentiles assisting in bringing back to Israel Jews who are scattered around the world: "See, I will beckon to the Gentiles, I will lift up my banner to the peoples; they will bring your sons in their arms and carry your daughters on their shoulders."
Exiled from their biblical homeland nearly 2,700 years ago, the Bnei Menashe wandered through Iraq, Afghanistan, and China, eventually settling in the remote jungles of India near the border with Myanmar, where they lived for centuries in isolation. They were "discovered" in the 19th century, and in recent years have returned to following Jewish traditions and observances. The rediscovery of their faith has caused a deep longing to return to the land of Israel, their biblical and spiritual homeland.
During the meeting, a number of the 218 Bnei Menashe who arrived in Israel last November shared their personal stories of how making aliyah to Israel has changed their lives. Responding to these deeply touching testimonies, Rabbi Eckstein reminded those attending that nearly 5,000 Bnei Menashe remain in India, awaiting the opportunity to fulfill the dream of returning to Israel. Later he proposed a resolution - that was unanimously accepted - urging the Israeli government to "remove obstacles in facilitating and completing the aliyah of the Bnei Menashe." It is hoped that their aliyah will be completed within five years.
Founded by Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein in 1983, the International Fellowship of Christians and Jews has a two-fold mission to promote understanding and cooperation between Christians and Jews and to build broad support for Israel and Jewish people around the world. Through its flagship On Wings of Eagles program, The Fellowship brings distressed Jews to Israel from Russia, Ethiopia, Argentina, and other countries and helps them resettle there. The Isaiah 58 program provides support for basic necessities and medical care to impoverished Jews living in the Former Soviet Union. The Guardians of Israel program assists Israel's needy with basic humanitarian and security needs.
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