Oksana E from Porech’e

Oksana E from Porech’e

Oksana made Aliyah with her mother Anna, her daughters – Nina and Valentina and her sons – Denis and Dmitro. Oksana tells their story: In general it all started with my mother, Anna. She was born before the war in Odessa. When the war began in 1941, she lost her loved...
Leonid & Nataliya F from Kazan

Leonid & Nataliya F from Kazan

Leonid and Nataliya have relatives in Haifa. Nataliya’s mother was sick for a long time and needed care. This kept the couple in Russia. After she died Leonid and Nataliya decided to make Aliyah and be close to their relatives in Israel. Leonid said: “It means...
Anastasia F from Kuznetsk

Anastasia F from Kuznetsk

Ezra International assisted Anastasia in her efforts to move to Israel. She said, “I am very grateful that you help Jewish people in their return to their historical homeland”. She feels that it may be difficult in Israel at first. But she wants to find a good job,...
Evgenii O from Ekaterinburg

Evgenii O from Ekaterinburg

Ten years ago Evgenii was in a car accident, after which he was completely paralysed in his lower body and has to use a wheelchair. The accident prompted Evgenii to rethink a lot in his life – simple things began to play a bigger role and his values changed. Evgenii...
Nikolaev, Ukraine

Nikolaev, Ukraine

Tatiana has been legally blind for the past 7 years. Her best option and hope for improved vision resides in Israel. Tatiana’s grandmother had changed her name, making it difficult to secure the necessary documents for her Aliyah process. Ezra International began...
Lyubov G from Simferopol, Crimea

Lyubov G from Simferopol, Crimea

Lyubov made Aliyah recently from Crimea. She tells her story: Since 2014 my daughter and two of my grandchildren have lived in Israel. In the same year, seven months later, my husband died. Now I have no relatives left here except my nephew. On top of that, two months...
Olga and Alexander, Ukraine

Olga and Alexander, Ukraine

During the Holocaust, Olga’s grandmother and aunt were buried alive in a mine in Donetsk, Ukraine. Her husband Alexander is an invalid and was sent home to die by the Ukrainian doctors who had done basically nothing to help him. The couple’s greatest desire was to...
The Blind and the Lame – Argentina

The Blind and the Lame – Argentina

“Behold, I am bringing them from the north country, and I will gather them from the remote parts of the earth, among them the blind and the lame, the woman with child and she who is in labor with child together; a great company, they will return here.” Jeremiah 31:8...

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