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Aliyah, one of the fundamental tenets of Zionism, refers to the immigration of diaspora Jews to Israel. Literally meaning "to go up," aliyah is encouraged (and even incentivized) by the Israeli government and by organizations such as Nefesh B'Nefesh that help new olim by granting financial aid packages and guidance to ease the assimilation into Israeli culture.
English-speaking immigrants to Israel were awarded prized in advocacy, culture and leadership.
Representatives from the Interior Ministry were sent to the Ukraine prior to the flight to issue Israeli ID cards to the group of immigrants as a way to reduce the bureaucratic procedures.
“We missed an historic opportunity and many Jews moved to the US, Canada or other places instead of Israel,” Bennett said.
“It has been an incredible privilege to have assisted thousands of Olim this past year in fulfilling their Zionist dreams and we are looking forward to helping many more newcomers in 2019.”
By SAMUEL THROPE
None of the Anglo MKs can be certain they will be in the 21st Knesset, which might not end up having an MK born in an English speaking country.
By GIL HOFFMAN
The International Fellowship of Christians and Jews brought close to 4,800 immigrants to Israel from 29 different countries in 2018.
By ALON EINHORN
Benjamin Netanyahu will choose not to appoint Hotovely, because appointing her could have disappointed whoever was not promoted.
Known for her trailblazing work in radiology, U.S.-born olah Dr. Marcia Javitt demonstrates that underneath the white lab coat lies a tireless drive to succeed – and love of Israel.
By NOA AMOUYAL
Elisheva Levin made Aliyah to Ofra, and now works in the maternity ward at Hadassah-University Medical Center on Jerusalem’s Mount Scopus.
By MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN
Artist Angelika Sher explores her daughter’s experience in the IDF
By ARIEL DOMINIQUE HENDELMAN
“Israel’s development over the past seven decades has been shaped by the remarkable contributions, ingenuity and talents of olim,” Nefesh B’Nefesh co-founder says.
By MAAYAN HOFFMAN
Some of the 19 people who have edited Maariv over the past 70 years were present at the Maariv Leaders Conference
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
“Israel would not exist without immigrants,” said Knesset Speaker Yuli Edelstein, who was the final prisoner of Zion to leave the Soviet Union for Israel.
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