Traditional Ethiopian Dance – JAFI Rocks!

JAFI Mission To Ethiopia GroupFor three days in May, WIM President, Charles Pulman, his wife, Janine and their daughter, Jodi participated in a 12-member Jewish Agency For Israel (JAFI) mission to Ethiopia to learn about Jewish life in Ethiopia and to meet and accompany 40 Ethiopian Jews immigrating (aliyah) to Israel.  

The experience was incredible and a written narrative of the mission will soon be available on a follow-up post.  Click on the video below to watch our group participate in a traditional Ethiopian dance at a restaurant in Gondar,  Ethiopia.

Israeli Training Helps Doctors Treat Boston Bombing Victims

Boston Bombing

Amidst the chaos following the Boston Marathon bombings, a medical team puts Israeli training to good use. The Times of Israel has more.

IDF Field Hospital To Treat Wounded Syrians

Israel-Syria Border

The IDF is reportedly preparing to erect a field hospital near Israel’s border with Syria in order to treat Syrian nationals wounded in battle. The Times of Israel has the details.

Humanitarian Aid Still Flows Into Gaza

While Israel remains under fire, humanitarian aid and basic goods still make their way into Gaza. Click here for story.

Israel Proves The Best Offense Is A Good Defense

Israeli defense companies are in the U.S. to demonstrate the latest and greatest technology for defending against an attack. Read the latest from the Times of Israel.

Texas Church Celebrates Israel

WIM President, Charles Pulman addresses the congregation at Eagle Mountain International Church

The pastors and congregation at Eagle Mountain International Church in Newark, Texas devoted Sunday, August 19, 2012 to celebrate Israel and its importance to the world. The turnout was massive and enthusiastic.

WIM President, Charles Pulman was invited to speak. To hear and watch Charles’ speech, click here and fast forward 89 minutes into the program.

Israel’s Funding Solution To The Credit Crunch

With banks in Europe and the U.S. tightening credit, small and mid-size companies are beginning to see Israel as a source of funds for their businesses. Read more here.