The fuel for this resurgence is the resurfacing of Neo-Nazi factions and the anger from Muslim populations. Right now, more than 1.9 billion people in the world hold antisemetic views. Incidents of this hate is increasing.
Israel’s “law of return” states that every Jewish person can come to Israel and become a citizen. With the increase in hate crimes, many families are taking this opportunity.
As a result of the refugee challenge, each family is starting in poverty, with few resources as they begin their new life. The state of Israel has brought them home and given them a place to live. We are providing the supplies to help these families get back on their feet and get established in their new lives.
We are providing:
We are providing basic supplies – like food, water, personal care items – so these people can get back on their feet. We are hearing reports daily of people opening their hearts to the love of Jesus through these efforts.
While you may not see it on the news, there’s been a growing hostility toward Jews in both Europe and Africa. Not since the break up of the Soviet Union in the 1980s has there been such a movement of the Jewish people back to Israel. Many of them have escaped with only the clothes on their backs. The need for food, clothing, housing assistance, furniture and the basic everyday personal items is growing.
It’s estimated that 40% of these Jews enter Israel well below the poverty line.
An average of four hate crimes per day.