If we’ve never been to Israel but always wanted to go, Jerusalem usually always heads the top of the list. So when new immigrants make aliyah, many want to live in the Holy Hill of Jerusalem.
With your help, Israel Relief Aid gave bags of nutritious food to Ukrainian immigrants and refugees in the poverty city of Ramle throughout October.
On one hand, we all know that this brutal invasion of Ukraine has caused families to run for their lives, and those that could make it to Israel have come.
Thanks to lovers of Israel and our compassionate friends who lend a hand towards homeless men and women in Israel, Israel Relief Aid has been able to send a month’s worth of food to two shelters in Beer Sheva.
Located in the territory of the Israeli tribe of Dan, Ramle is a city in the central district with 80,000 Israelis, two-thirds of whom are Jewish and one-third Arab. It sits next to the ancient city of Lydda/Luz (Lod).
When it was decided to prepare food bags for Sderot in August much earlier, little did we know that a military conflict was going to break out this month in the area of Sderot and a thousand bombs shot into…
Bags of everyday foods were a Godsend to Ukrainians who walked into a Jerusalem Israel Relief Aid network aid center.
You may have heard that Sderot (Israeli city next to Gaza Strip) and the surrounding areas have recently been bombed by Palestinian terror groups again. That means the traumatic red dawn alerts send men, women and children running in fear…
There are around 160,500 citizens of Ethiopian descent in Israel, having experienced quite a struggle to actually arrive here.
Ramle is a mixed city of Middle Eastern Jews, Muslim Arabs, Christian Arabs, Ethiopian Jews and Russian Jews. It’s not unusual to hear English, Arabic, Amharic, Russian and Hebrew at any given time.