International Fellowship of Christians and Jews

International Fellowship Of Christians And Jews

The International Fellowship of Christians & Jews (also The Fellowship and IFCJ) is a philanthropic organization founded in 1983 by Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein whose stated goal is to promote understanding and cooperation between Jews and Christians, and build broad support for the State of Israel.

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International Fellowship Of Christians And Jews - Timeline
... Below is a timeline of The Fellowship's key events, as listed on the "About The Fellowship" webpage 1983 Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein founds the Holyland Fellowship of Christians and Jews ... Jerry Falwell join Rabbi Eckstein at the First Day of Christian and Jewish Solidarity with Israel. 1985 6,000 Ethiopian Jews are airlifted to Israel in Operation Moses, prompting The Fellowship to help fund resettlement programs for new Ethiopian immigrants ...

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