aliyah

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.
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Fifth Operation Rock of Israel flight lands in Israel

The immigrants will enter coronavirus quarantine for two weeks and then be reunited with family members who are waiting for them in Israel.

What's in a name?

The importance of names and their meanings

By PESSY KRAUSZ
13/01/2021

Jonathan Pollard makes aliyah to Israel 35 years after his arrest

For many in Israel, it was the culmination of decades of struggling for Pollard’s freedom.

By LINDA GRADSTEIN
13/01/2021

Tel Aviv remains Israel's leading aliyah destination despite COVID

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.

By GADI ZAIG
13/01/2021

14 day news roundup: Tighter lockdown

Israeli news highlights from the past two weeks.

12/01/2021
David Ben Moshe together with his wife and child

Granting David Ben Moshe temporary residence is unneeded litmus test

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 together with his wife and child

US convert who struggled to obtain citizenship gets temporary residence

David Ben Moshe, who struggled for over two years to get citizenship, obtains temporary residency with view to citizenship following Post report.

Organization helps immigrants to Israel join IDF intelligence units

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.

10/01/2021

Arrivals: Ciliann likes beautiful things

SARAH BRESLER - FROM NEW YORK TO BEITAR, 2010

By BASIA MONKA
07/01/2021

Vaccine rollout inspires Jews to move to Israel and Israelis to return

Israel is looking more attractive than ever as a place to live.

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