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Polish regulation to compensate 20,000 Holocaust survivors
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05.25.2015 | 7 Sivan, 5775
In honor of Israel’s 67 years, Nefesh B’Nefesh has produced a video showcasing what Olim love about their lives in Israel.
By Nefesh B Nefesh
There are many ways in which Olim and native Israelis spend their leisure time. Here are some of the most popular.
Here is the extraordinary story of a marketing-genius Oleh who, already successful, saw his successes skyrocket in Israel.
If you appreciate living in a beautiful environment, a laid back life style, and close-knit community, Israel's South might be just the thing you are looking for.
Olim share their reflections of how the Nefesh B’Nefesh Aliyah Mega event helped them get started on their Aliyah journey.
This month, we announced the seven winners of our annual Bonei Tzion prize.
Making Aliyah with years of experience in your field can be a great thing -- you have tons of expertise to bring to the market, you’re coming with an international perspective in your industry,
Most Anglo Olim follow this path: They arrive in Israel.
When Alana Tenzer was a junior at the University of Maryland, she couldn’t wait to study abroad. She was headed to Mount Kilimanjaro,
Walk through the bustling Machaneh Yehuda market, past the produce sellers shouting their daily deals and the locals pushing their overflowing carts, and take a left down a quiet side street.
By Marc Rosenberg, NBN Director of Pre-Aliyah
On a Friday morning at 6 AM, 45 young Olim boarded a bus in Tel Aviv headed south.
Last year, Aliza Shore, 17, was on vacation in northern Israel when one of her cousins pulled out a football and started tossing it around.
From April to September, almost every day in Israel is sunny. Even when a few clouds appear in the sky, they are rarely followed by rain.
Video: Ronald & Shelley Sommer Speak About Their Aliyah
Moving to a new country and acclimating to a whole new healthcare system can be challenging. After all, finally understanding your birth country’s healthcare system was a feat in and of itself.
At 61, Deborah Fineblum, mother of three and grandmother of eight, decided that now was the time to make Aliyah.
Early on in your Aliyah, there’s one thing you’re definitely going to need to do: go food shopping. Israel’s shopping venues may be similar to what you’re used to--or drastically different.
When Lazer and Mookie Cohen talk about their dreams, they are full of confidence. They know what they want and they set themselves up to achieve it.
When Ari Nahmani spent two months in a high school Israel program, the far-away land of his childhood legends became real.
Many Olim stick to the same profession they had in the states. Others take the opportunity created by their transition to also transform their career.
Sarah Hindman’s goal while growing up in Boston was to be blond, athletic and Protestant—the all-American girl.
Sporting a big, bushy beard and tchelet (blue fringes) on his tzitzit, Gary Levitt is not your typical hi-tech entrepreneur. After all, this man who built—and sold—an email marketing company halfway
At the intersection of Tel Aviv’s hipster, yuppie and financial districts is Wings, a brand new American eatery that is bringing fried chicken wings to Israel.
They may not make the news or qualify for rounds of funding, but an increasing number of Anglo Olim are making their mark on Israeli society
"Today, as Christian organizations help us save Jewish lives every day in Ukraine, it is particularly important to show our appreciation," Natan Sharansky says.
By ARIEL COHEN
France, which has both the largest Muslim and Jewish populations in western Europe, saw a dramatic rise in anti-Semitism in 2014.
Business mogul and philanthropist matches donation from Matthew Bronfman following Moldova homecoming
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
A profile of Ateret Violet Shmuel, 30, who made aliya from Boston to Jerusalem in September 2012.
By RIVKAH LAMBERT ADLER
More than three quarters of Donetsk’s prewar Jewish population has fled.
By SAM SOKOL
JAFI accuses charity of unfairly luring olim with cash; group counters with accusation of sabotage.
Reporter makes Journey with Ukranian Jews set to make aliya, flee civil war.
Charity says it’s spending millions on communities, refugees; Jewish Agency blasts group for going it alone on immigration.
Internally displaced refugees in Kiev have fewer options available – and many are turning to Israel.
Organization's founders receive coveted prize for their contribution, efforts to ease Aliyah for olim.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Six out of 10 new immigrants, or olim, polled responded that the primary barrier to employment in Israel is a lack of knowledge regarding the Israeli job market.
“He managed to do and build in his life what most people would require many lifetimes to accomplish.”
By STEVE LINDE
JPPI think tank proposes absorption policies designed to compete with Western countries.
For every Jew who as a result of hatred and terror decides to make aliya, there are many others who decide to distance themselves from anything and everything Jewish, head of Jewish Agency says.
By NATAN SHARANSKY
CRIF official says this approach will allow olim to maintain healthy links with the old country.
Some 500 people showed up at the event to inquire about the possibility of making aliyah, according to Daniel Benhaim, the Jewish Agency’s chief envoy in Paris.
By SAM SOKOL,JTA
“I really believe that anti-Semitism is not our ally, and we do not have to act as if it is,” Jewish Agency chairman Sharansky says.
By HERB KEINON
Entre les murs d’une prison moscovite, le soir du seder, un homme retrouve soudain le chemin de sa liberté
By YOSEF BEGUN
Après un très pénible voyage depuis l’Iran, les immigrants juifs se sont vus confrontés à de nouvelles difficultés à leur arrivée
By AVIVA BAR-AM
La onzième aliya sera française. L’exode de la communauté juive hexagonale s’accélère. Une réalité douloureuse, prometteuse et irréversible
By AMOTZ ASA-EL
Déjà conséquents en 2014, les chiffres de l’aliya de France devraient battre de nouveaux records en 2015. Une immigration de crise qui nécessite la mise en place de mesures exceptionnelles
By JOSEPHA BOUGNON
Ils ne sont pas rares ces Français du troisième âge qui décident de venir couler leurs vieux jours en Israël, souvent motivés par la présence de leurs enfants dans le pays.
By HELOISE FAYET
Dès la sortie du lycée, des milliers de jeunes juifs français décident de quitter le pays pour effectuer leurs études en Israël et, ensuite, leur aliya.
Certains parcours d’aliya sont plus singuliers que d’autres. Histoire d’un soldat isolé devenu israélien envers et contre tout
By JOHANNA AFRIAT
Une vague d’immigration française sans précédent est annoncée. Mais les capacités d’accueil de la Terre promise seront-elles à la hauteur des besoins ? Le secteur de l’immobilier se met en chantier
By KATHIE KRIEGEL
Pour les nouveaux immigrés français, choisir Natanya pour port d’attache, c’est un peu comme se retrouver à la maison
By SARAH HERSHENSON
Entretien avec Sammy Ghozlan, président du Bureau national de vigilance contre l’antisémitisme (BNVCA), et son cofondateur
The host of the radio program ‘Walter’s World’ is a nonstop journalist – but when the interviewer becomes the interviewee surprising life stories come out.
By DAVID STROMBERG
French Jewry’s accelerating exodus is painful, promising and irreversible.
Gold was once ambassador to the United Nations and currently the head of the Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs
The students are panning to stay in Israel and join the army, participate in the national service, or attend Israeli universities.
"These awards acknowledge those who encapsulate the spirit of modern-day Zionism by contributing in a significant way towards developing the State of Israel," says Nefesh B’Nefesh founder.
The number of Russians arriving in Israel in the first quarter of 2015 was nearly 50 percent higher than that experienced during the corresponding period last year.
The new Likud Knesset member hopes to focus on social issues such as bridging social gaps and helping new immigrants.
By LAHAV HARKOV
The New York-born octogenarian who helped create the Jewish state still thinks BIG!
Israeli-Yugoslavian artist Maty Grunberg shows that no box can contain him.
By ARIEL HENDELMAN
According to the Jewish Agency, there are about 20 Jews living in the Syrian capital of Damascus.
By YOSSI MELMAN
The prizes, announced today, are due to be awarded at an official ceremony in the Knesset in May.
By JEREMY SHARON
Presidents Conference opens its annual symposium in Jerusalem.
Cabinet approves NIS 180m. aliya plan.
'Post' obtains details of proposal, whose details have yet to be announced by Sofa Landver.
In wake of terror attack at kosher market in Paris, Housing Minister Uri Ariel took steps to prepare new housing for potential French immigrants.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Over 30 years since the first wave of Ethiopian aliya, community members speak up about continued racism and discrimination.
By LAURA KELLY
Life in a retirement home is fine, they say – many interesting lectures and study groups, a great swimming pool and well-equipped gym.
By GLORIA DEUTSCH
A profile of Lynn Lipschitz, 56, who made aliya from South Africa to Tel Aviv in 1978.
‘Somehow I ended up where I was supposed to end up,’ Amy Shuter says.
By Rivkah Lambert Adler
‘One night in middle school...I sat down by myself and made my own Seder,” Haim says of her connection to Judaism growing up in the diaspora.
Having endured her fair share of discrimination, racism and prejudice, former Reshet Alef director Tsega Melaku dispels some of the myths surrounding Ethiopian aliya.
By BARRY DAVIS
The Australian native specializes in Hebrew calligraphy and ketubot.
Jews consider their past and future in France.
By ANAV SILVERMAN
A profile of Michael Cina, 40, who moved with his family from Glasgow, Scotland to Kfar Saba in 2013.
By SUSAN DE LA FUENTE
Surrounded by her teapots and her quilts, Dorothy Smith is home.
By ABIGAIL KLEIN LEICHMAN
Initially enthusiastic immigrants, many Americans don’t know how to present Israel to non-Jews if they return to live there.
By PHILIP GOLD
After losing two daughters, the way forward for Sima Menora is empowering young women.
By NAAMA BARAK
Of all the many refuseniks who came to our attention, Volodya was one of the most memorable and probably the most famous
By CHAIM CHESLER
‘Grasping and resistance are ultimately about the fear of death,’ the author writes. ‘If I can’t get past my attachment to a particular bakery, how will I ever deal with the truly inevitable?’
By BRIAN BLUM
In these difficult times, we can learn a lesson from the seemingly impossible goals we achieved by displaying unity in the struggle to free Soviet Jews.
By ISI LEIBLER