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Nefesh B’Nefesh Landing Ceremony

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Watch your family & friends LIVE as they arrive in Israel as new Olim!

Log on to watch the festive welcome ceremony where we celebrate their Aliyah together with hundreds of guests and dignitaries.

The feed will begin on July 12, 2012 at Wednesday, 6AM Israel Time (11PM Wednesday, New York Time).

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7 Responses to “Nefesh B’Nefesh Landing Ceremony”

  1. Watch the Nefesh B’Nefesh Landing Ceremony – Live – 6AM Israel Time, 11PM New York Time.
    By: Jewish Press Staff.

  2. Blessed Be The Eternal, one day will be my time to do this! Aliyah my golden dream!

  3. Zelig Krymko says:

    wow.. moving.. I'm so jealous and longing to be in Israel and leave the US.

  4. B"H! Kol HaKavod, kol hakavod, kol hakavod!
    With HaShem's help, we'll have that door open before too long!

    :')

  5. Joel Caplan says:

    blessings to everyone. may each day be filled with joy and love and light! Good Shabbos!

  6. Ron David Mahlab says:

    Did you meet my friend Dorit Slasky Freeman at nefesh?

  7. Richard Raff says:

    When Chava found out that , the world she was living in was not quit perfect she did the next best thing by taking the the animal inclination outside.Hashem loves Chava not for knowing what to do! but doing it and giving Adam a second chance at understanding his Creator better. The family of Jews may never totally understand each other but we should never give up on loving them and treating them with respect and honesty.We love Hashem because this is good as when He saw in making man He saw this was Good.

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