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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.
The second annual Nefesh B’Nefesh Communities Fair brought together representatives from 45 communities around Israel to assist Olim in finding their ideal neighborhood.
From Ashkelon to Eilat, nearly 2,000 recent Olim from North America are celebrating
"Shavua Darom" (South Week) as part of the KKL-NBN “Go Beyond” Initiative
Who’s that knocking at our door?
After studying at Queens College, Jablinowitz made aliyah in 1981 from New York, where, growing up, he never imagined that he would one day become a top broadcaster for Israel Radio’s English News.
By JOSH ARONSON
“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
“What drew me to Judaism wasn’t the fact I was missing something in life, per se. This was a spiritual system that God gave to humanity that allows people to transform themselves.
By LIANE GRUNBERG
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
Her own integration was about as smooth as it gets, thanks to a strong Zionist upbringing and a good working knowledge of Hebrew when she arrived.
By ABIGAIL KLEIN LEICHMAN
There is no future for the Jews in Europe. The situation of the Jews in Europe is catastrophic. I didn’t want to give this future to my children – to live with constant fear.”
By ALAN ROSENBAUM
“In terms of my overall mindset, I consider myself Israeli,” Maximilian says. “Yet my ‘Russian’ values are very much ingrained within my work ethic and manners.”
A new generation of Russian-speaking Israelis
“My personal experience has led me on a journey that I never thought I would take. Cancer sent me on my journey; however, it does not define who I am," Judy Bogen said.
The Revolution Orchestra celebrates Berry Sakharof and Rea Mochiach’s iconic ‘Signs of Weakness' rock album with surprising orchestral arrangements.
By BARRY DAVIS
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