After spending thousands of years in exile, Ukrainian Jews are fulfilling millennia-old biblical prophesy by returning to Israel – a process called “aliyah” in Hebrew.
Last week, more than 130 Jews from the Ukraine began a new life after arriving at Ben Gurion Airport in Tel Aviv, Israel, as foretold in the Bible.
“There has never been a people who have been exiled for so long who then returned to their homeland – returned to “their language,” International Fellowship of Christians and Jews (IFCJ) President Yael Eckstein pointed out, according to CBN News. “And so, there’s the prophetic reality of this that’s so huge – that each one of these people, Isaiah saw … Jeremiah saw. They saw them.”