The Jerusalem Post, Israel's largest English-speaking media outlet, is launching an aliyah portal, to bring you all the resources you need to prepare for a move to Israel - and to be successful when you get to Israel. Enjoy the inspiration!
Chemical detection sensing is needed to trace spoilage in mass food or beverage production facilities and may also alert to potential hazards in smaller workplaces.
Living through the 1970s and 1980s in Israel, then returning to the US
Most of the immigrants had resigned from their jobs, given up their homes and withdrawn their children from school in advance of the scheduled Jan. 25 flight.
Ben-Gurion Airport was shut on Jan. 25 to all commercial flights due to the government’s concerns over the entry of COVID-19 variants into the country.
The turning point for Orna came when she enrolled in a civilian Krav Maga class to acquire self-defense and combat skills.
IMMIGRANT AFFAIRS: Pnina Tamano-Shata talks immigration, politics, and message of a black woman in government.
The three took part in the work of settling and building the country, laying the foundations and pillars upon which Israeli society was built.
Pollack’s parents and three younger brothers were not surprised that he moved to Israel.
The coronavirus opened up opportunities for Americans who wish to move their US-based jobs to Israel.
Prof. Ruth Katz, a professor of cytopathology at Sheba Medical Center, faced numerous bureaucratic obstacles in her quest for Israeli citizenship
The Ethiopian immigrants touched down on Friday despite the underlying circumstances.
As a foreign lawyer, you will need to be registered with the Israel Bar Association to be placed in its directory of foreign lawyers.
Kupfer’s passing highlights immigrant success stories and struggles.
DR. MANUEL KATZ, 70 FROM BUENOS AIRES TO BEERSHEBA, 1983
The calculator, which takes 15 minutes to compute results, takes both individuals and families into account • Aliyah and Integration Ministry launches mental health helpline for new immigrants
Rabbi Mordechai Rindenow, whose son Shlomo died in an IDF training accident in 2016, made aliyah last year, buried alongside his son.
COVID-19 crisis has increased mental health problems for new immigrants. Hotline will be available in five languages for five hours a day.
Judge: Case not suitable to determine principle
RELIGIOUS AFFAIRS: When the young Ugandan applied to make aliyah in 2017, he couldn’t have imagined that he would be poised to fundamentally impact the dynamic of Israel-Diaspora relations.
Ivan and Robynne Rendel From Johannesburg via Efrat to Kochav YAIR, 1980
As this week is International Holocaust Remembrance week, indulge me as I reflect on how the Shoah has permeated every stage my life.
Lea Landerer and Alice Even have lived through difficult times and returned to Israel with their children’s help and the assistance of Nefesh B’Nefesh. Aliyah, it seems, is not just for kids.
Nefesh B'Nefesh: Despite the hardships it's brought, the decision is understandable.
Ahead of Holocaust Remembrance Day, Arnold said he felt immensely privileged to have made it to the Jewish state.
In responding to the challenges the coronavirus has thrown at the world, Israel, like many countries, has made serious errors.
Shai Rubin - From Atlanta to Beit Shemesh, 2012
ELISHEVA LEVY, 53 FROM MANCHESTER TO JERUSALEM, 1989
The immigrants will enter coronavirus quarantine for two weeks and then be reunited with family members who are waiting for them in Israel.
The importance of names and their meanings
For many in Israel, it was the culmination of decades of struggling for Pollard’s freedom.
In 2020, approximately 11% of all new immigrants to Israel decided to live in Tel Aviv, with the city retaining its status as Israel's leading city for olim.
Israeli news highlights from the past two weeks.
Ben Moshe is no Meyer Lansky. He’s just an ordinary man who has turned his life around and wants to lead an ordinary life in Israel with his Israeli wife and Israeli daughter.
David Ben Moshe, who struggled for over two years to get citizenship, obtains temporary residency with view to citizenship following Post report.
Getting into intelligence units is not only a way to implement some of the Israeli youth’s most unique talents, but in recent years, it became also a ticket to success after their military service.
SARAH BRESLER - FROM NEW YORK TO BEITAR, 2010
Israel is looking more attractive than ever as a place to live.
Educator Moshe Tur-Paz raised by British parents
The government decided in 2015 to help the last remaining Jews in Ethiopia make aliyah.
They joined over 3,000 olim who made aliyah from North America in 2020
The number of Jewish immigrants hit a record low of 33.8% of the total number of new immigrants.
After being processed by the Aliyah and Absorption Ministry, the sisters will enter quarantine in line with Health Ministry guidelines for new arrivals.
With 151,000 new additions in 2020, Israel's general population stands at nearly 9.3 million.
Some 198 medical professionals chose to move to Israel in 2020, with most of them joining the frontlines of Israel's fight against the coronavirus, according to NBN.
From London to Petah Tikva.
Ultimately, how we view the world is a matter of choice.
Pollard and his wife, Esther, will live in Jerusalem. A source close to the family said the former spy will not enter politics.
Eminent pathologist Prof. Ruth Katz, who patented an early cancer detection test with an Israeli firm, facing repeated obstacles in her aliyah request from the Population and Immigration Authority.
This trap is apparent in higher education policy where, through attempts to offer equitable collective support, there are deep discriminatory practices.
Whether it’s because the global economic situation is so dismal due to the COVID-19 pandemic or because Israel has truly become a desirable alternative for world Jewry, the numbers are impressive.
New immigration to Israel still remains consistent, with new olim starting their new lives during a global pandemic.
Barbara defies the limits of time and reminds us of the potential of time.
Bernheim explained that he will join his children and grandchildren in Israel, which motivated his move.
Operation Tzur Yisrael assists over 200 new immigrants to integrate to the Jewish homeland
The policy allowing families of immigrants to enter Israel was supposed to be approved last week.
Yehudit Collins and her husband Chaim joined the Civil Guard in 1979.
David Ben Moshe’s Orthodox conversion was initially rejected by the Interior Ministry despite having married through the Chief Rabbinate.
The new arrivals will enter COVID-19 quarantine in the Nordiya moshav close to Netanya and will remain there while they adjust to their new country and learn Hebrew
This judgment will be of special interest to working olim and senior returning residents, who lived abroad at least 10 years, especially those in the hi-tech sector.
Some 59 years ago the Gaitos lived in Israel. Now, they are back.
Stories of two families that moved to Israel, realizing a dream that originated many years earlier.
If Israel can provide asylum to pedophiles and other criminals just because they happen to be Jewish, it can grant citizenship to a convert who happens to be a Black man with a criminal past.
Benjamin Lee, 25 - From London to Jerusalem, 2018
Doctors and their families take the courageous step of emigrating from France as part of a KKL-JNF project
Approximately 100 more members of the Falash Mura community are expected to arrive on Friday, reaching a total of 2,000 by the end of January 2021.
The Interior Ministry and Jewish Agency officials are processing the Falash Mura immigration requests.
He was 10 when he made his first visit to Israel, but it was his bar mitzvah trip that changed everything.
English-speaking olim often find Israel not very welcoming to them.
The Tel Aviv landmark contains the story and works of a remarkable life
For the first time in history, Jews have the privilege of being born into a world where the Jewish state is a matter of fact have a moral obligation.
Let’s look at the business and tax side of aliyah.
James Fattal, 33 - From London to Tel Aviv, 2014 Jake Sharfman, 33 - From Michigan to Tel Aviv, 2014
There will be a formal application system to obtain the entry permit for relatives of immigrants through the Interior Ministry, but the details of this are not yet clear.
Since the establishment of the State of Israel, more than three million immigrants have been absorbed – including those who came this year in the shadow of the coronavirus crisis.
When the pandemic hit, the aliyah organization quickly pivoted to holding online, virtual meetings, webinars, and sessions.
ALIYAH AFFAIRS: Since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, more than 2,000 people have made aliyah.
YISRAEL DAVIES, 73 FROM MANCHESTER TO GUSH KATIF TO MA’ALEH ADUMIM, 1979
The unique group is comprised of 13 families, with at least one health-care professional in each family.
Hedva Granatstein-Fox - From Cleveland to Modi’in, 1993
Yom Ha’aliyah isa day to express our admiration to all those who chose to come from far and wide to make Israel their home.
In two special flights organized by The Jewish Agency for Israel this week, a cohort of young people from the two countries began studying and exploring life in Israel.
Closure of Israeli borders to foreign nationals has meant many immigrants have not been able to see immediate family for more than eight months.
"The power of Israel and strength of its society are very much based on our being a country that has always absorbed immigration," said Education Minister Yoav Gallant.
“The moment we landed, I started crying.”
The new immigrants left behind their homes spread across 14 states and three Canadian provinces to begin their new lives in Israel.
The olim were met at the airport by Aliyah and Absorption Minister Pnina Tamano-Shata.
A week of virtual aliyah programming comes as applications for immigration spike in the wake of the coronavirus.
Aliyah way down on 2019 figures due to COVID-19 pandemic. Two new immigrants, one born in Bergen Belsen, one a pro-Israel US college activists tell their stories.
As long as there's a plane flying that can land at Ben-Gurion Airport, new immigrants continue to arrive.
"Israel is the most special place in the universe! I wanted to be there."