“We’re happy to be in Israel as Jews – this is our home. We finally came home, and that’s the best thing you can ever do.”
Movers and shakers in Israeli society
The central motif of the structure’s design is the desire to highlight the significance of modern Zionism and Aliyah, while serving as a welcoming environment for those being hosted in the building.
Leaving their Woodmere home, where they lived for 30 years, was not easy, but they are excited about the next stage in their lives.
In November 2021, Estie Bryk will be celebrating her 60th birthday, and she will be living in Jerusalem.
Follow the video diary of Dr. Joel and Estie Bryk, formerly of Woodmere, NY, as they embark on their aliyah journey to Jerusalem.
Immigration still significantly below 2019, although close to average for last decade if current trends continue till end of year.
For new American olim who made aliyah life in Israel – including religious life – can sometimes seem foreign, Yom Kippur represents a familiar and comforting aspect that allows olim to feel at home.
Nefesh B'Nefesh is well on target to reaching 5,000 olim by the end of the year.
Three stories of how new immigrants obtained employment in Israel’s hi-tech industry