Aliya leads to love

Two young people find each other while making their new homes in Israel.

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It’s not often that people fall in love twice at the same time. For Mira Haberfeld and Josh Carr, moving to Israel obviously meant a love of the country, but the two immigrants also fell for each other after a chance meeting one Shabbat.

“We are very excited and happy to have found each other in Israel.

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