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Roman Abramovich, Chelsea Soccer Club Owner, Now Official Israeli, Comes Home

The 51-year-old billionaire received his blue Israeli identity card (teudat oleh) under Israel's Law of Return after having applied for citizenship last week while still abroad.

Russian Tycoon Roman Abramovich Making Aliyah

Abramovich is Chairman of the Federation of Jewish Communities of Russia (which is allied with Putin's administration). He is a trustee of the Moscow Jewish Museum, and he donates money to the Chabad movement.

Knesset Committee Chair: Rights of Lone, Elderly Olim Must Equal Oleh Families

"Lone new immigrants should not be discriminated against, they should receive the full rights that are granted to new immigrant families and couples."

Rabbi Riskin among 5 Olim Recipients of Nefesh B’Nefesh Builders of Zion Prize

This is the fifth year of the Bonei Zion Awards, which recognizes outstanding Anglo Olim who have made huge contributions in their fields.

Report: Trump May Allow Pollard to Make Aliyah

Jonathan Pollard is still on very restricted conditions at his home in New York after receiving parole following incarceration of 30 years on a single charge of espionage for an ally.

Yisrael Helprin, Born Same Day as the Jewish State, Makes Aliyah on Independence Day

On their first date, 45 years ago, the main topic of conversation for Yisrael and later his wife, Bella, was how much they would both like to live in Israel.

Adelsons Donate $70 Million to Birthright Israel

A 2013 study showed that one out of every four Birthright participants marries another Birthright participant.

‘Betsy Ross of Israel’ Flag Finds News Home in Ben-Gurion Archives

Confined in Jerusalem to her apartment, she spent her time creating an Israeli flag from her bed sheets. She sewed on a six-pointed star and colored the flag’s stripes with a blue crayon.

‘Increase Internal Security, Protect Law-Abiding Citizens’ Says Nonogenarian Immigrant Victor Rousso

He urged Israeli leaders to "do what is right according to Jewish Law... History has proved that negotiations with a government training its citizens to kill all Jews is useless."

Natan Sharansky Credits Prize for Kibbutz Galuyot to Wife Avital, Aliya Activists, Prisoners of...

"This prize also goes to [wife] Avital and to all the Aliyah activists and Prisoners of Zion in the Soviet Union who fought valiantly for the right to immigrate to Israel."

Former Prisoner of Zion Natan Sharansky Wins Israel Prize for Aliya

Prior to Aliya in 1986 Sharansky was best known for his time in Soviet prisons after his arrest in 1977.

Fastest Woman in Israel Wears a Skirt, Conceals Her Hair, and Honors Her Creator

Beatie Deutsch finished the Marathon in just three hours and nine minutes, beating her own estimated time for the race.

Senator Joe Lieberman’s Granddaughter Makes Aliyah

Nesya has been planning to move to Israel for some time, as she feels a responsibility to live in Israel and strengthen the country through her Aliyah.

Start Packing: ‘Mega Aliyah’ Fair Coming to NYC

This year’s Nefesh B’Nefesh Mega Event, March 11 in New York City, will provide an all-encompassing slate of resources for retirees, young professionals, families and singles looking to make Aliyah, including a Medical Professionals Seminar

1.5 Rooms Available on Pinsker Street, Tel Aviv, Ask for Landlord, Mr. Vladimir Putin

In the late 1990s, Mina identified her former student on TV, when he stood next to Russian President Boris Yeltsin, as head of Russia's security service.

Strong Shekel Means Tough Times for Immigrants

The current state of the shekel-dollar relationship could be the new “normal” that local businesses will have no choice but to adjust to.

Israel’s History: When Golda Meir Endorsed Palestinian Citizenship

“Many Israelis, as well as Jews living all over the world with relatives in Israel, will be able to use these archives to find documentation and pictures of their loved ones."

AG: Interior Ministry Not Allowed to Revoke Immigrants’ Citizenship

In certain cases, the Authority sought to revoke the Israeli citizenship many years after it had been awarded.

New IDF Draft Guidelines May Deter Physicians from Immigrating to Israel

Physicians in the United States rack up some $200,000 in debt by the time they complete their studies, and they will never be able to pay it off while earning a military salary in Israel.

9 Israeli Bnei Menashe Couples Marry in Group Ceremony

The group hails from the northeastern Indian state of Manipur, on the border with Burma, which is home to the largest concentration of Bnei Menashe in India.

Woman Making Aliyah Dies On-Board El Al Flight

A doctor that was brought to the plane upon landing declared her death.

Some 500 Young Jews at ‘Here Next Year’ Fair Want to Make Aliyah

The fair featured representatives from Nefesh B’Nefesh and Army and Sherut Leumi programs, as well as from universities and colleges from across Israel.

Hotovely’s Remarks Were ‘Right on the Mark’

"The response by the Progressive Jewish leaders to her remarks was natural and completely understandable, but blind to their own international interest."

Knesset Debates High Suicide Rate among Olim

Between 2000 and 2013, some 1,658 immigrants committed suicide.

Another Reason to Make Aliyah: New National Long Term Care Insurance in Excess of...

Despite criticism of the Finance Minister for his deficit spending, it must admitted that the new plan will bring much solace to Israel's neediest citizens.

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