#IFCJ “healing the rift between the two faiths that has existed since the birth of Jesus and the founding of the Christian church”

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Zionist Group Brings Almost 10,000 Jews Back to Israel with Help From Christians Around the World
by Penny Starr
September 17, 2017

Jerome Henri Cohen was born in Paris and he was also born a Jew. But despite his heritage, he was living a secular life, first as a journalist and then as a successful lawyer in the French capital. Cohen did not feel any discrimination because of his heritage — until he decided to embrace Judaism. Things changed when he asked for time off from work to celebrate the Sabbath and other aspects of practicing his faith proved challenging. That changed when the [Chicago-based] International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ) helped Cohen move to Israel in July where, under Israeli right of return law, he was granted citizenship and is getting help for his first six months in his new homeland, including with housing and employment. READ MORE

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