Israel is home.
Aliyah was up by 32 percent compared with 2013.
“Had the disaster not occurred, I would have never been living here; the tragedy triggered the change in my life..."
More than 1,000 high school seniors from 25 Jewish schools across France will light the Hanukkah menorah together on Thursday in Jerusalem. Jewish Agency chairman...
“I cried not because I had to undergo surgery, but because I had to leave the army.”
Former Prisoner of Zion Yosef Mendelevitch made an emotional return to the city where he was imprisoned in the 1970s to join hundreds of...
Sing HaTikvah, eat kosher food, watch the basketball game and feel like a real Jew.
Israel's cabinet decides to clear obstacles for employment of immigrating professionals.
To clear up a misunderstanding, you cannot apply for your gun license on the plane and receive it with your Teudat Zehut when you land.
He and his wife Shelly were one of the most influential American couples in Israel.
The connection runs so deep, that the Arab villagers have alerted Efrat authorities against terror cells.
Immigration to Israel this year was up 28% compared to the previous year. An estimated total of 24,800 new immigrants arrived to Israel throughout the course of the year.
Israel welcomed 24,801 new immigrants this past year. Another 6-8 million did not make it - yet.
“I will kill all of you,” said the drunken gunman, annoyed at the nerve of a truck blocking traffic.
A protester who shouted “Jews aren’t safe – we’re coming to get you“ got a big surprise. Aliyah? Perish the thought.
Chickens banned from sales in anti-Semitic European venues are finding more appreciative consumers in Israel instead.
North Americans are ignoring largely skewed news coverage on Gaza by mass media abroad and continuing to ‘come home to Israel.'
The good news is that 338 more American Jews are moving to Israel. The and news is that 5 million are not.
Pick a rocket target and the new Israeli citizens will be moving there, to Beit Shemesh, Givat Shmuel, Hadera, Jerusalem, Karmiel, Modiin, Nes Tziona, Ra'anana, Ramat Beit Shemesh, Ramat Gan, Tel Aviv and Beer Sheva.
Physical and speech & language therapists may soon find it easier to immigrate to Israel, thanks to a new bill now before the Knesset.