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For many young, single professional olim, moving to Israel is much more
The IDF’s Military Intelligence Directorate was largely beyond reach for most new immigrants – but not anymore
“I remember being one of the first people to go on the Kotel tunnel tours. I had an uncle who was one of the excavators. That left an impression on me,” Ziegler recalled.
But creating this life hasn’t been easy.
By SHANNA FULD
“Our message is you do not have to be Orthodox to be Jewish,” says Botzer. “Young people are looking for meaning, and Judaism is a catalyst to raise the level of discussion and find deeper meaning."
By LISA SAMIN
“How wonderful it is that nobody need wait a single moment before starting to improve the world” – Anne Frank
By BRENDA KATTEN
While they seek destruction, we keep on building.
By MENUCHA SAITOWITZ
A Border Police recruit from France shares her story.
By ALEX WINSTON
The ‘Post’ speaks with several immigrants, new and old, who made aliyah
around the time of Independence Day, and what it meant for them
at such an auspicious time.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
"My husband feels guilty for bringing me here."
By ROSSELLA TERCATIN
Whatever one’s take on the recent elections, I found just the right way to begin the next day with a model Passover seder at Ulpan Etzion.
By DAVID BREAKSTONE
Acknowledging the informality of her decision to make aliyah, Gold says that “coming to Israel was the best nondecision decision I ever made in my life.”
By ALAN ROSENBAUM
According to the NGO KeepOlim, mental health problems among lone soldiers are on the rise.
By JPOST EDITORIAL
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