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'If there's one thing that I could tell you here today: Be proud Jews. Stand up. Be proud. Stand with Israel. Stand with our people. Be proud Jews. Do this in Sydney and do it in Jerusalem and come this year to Jerusalem.'
Jewish Agency chairman Natan Sharansky is spending this week meeting with Jews and non-Jews in Africa.
Aliyah from Brazil increased significantly, with the arrival of some 760 new immigrants this year, compared with 497 in 2015.
A new Global School Twinning Network project of The Jewish Agency for Israel was launched this week.
Sharansky, visiting Brazil: “The Brazilian Jewish community is a warm, Zionist community with strong ties to Israel.”
The AG is obviously feeling that he can't go to battle against a clear Supreme Court ruling to demolish Amona.
"Reform Jews in the US don’t have a single mikvah. All of a sudden they need a mikvah over here?"
"I feel humiliated, they were actually saying they're not recognizing my being Jewish. I love Rabbi Lookstein, he is my rabbi, he brought me into the Jewish world."
Sharansky: “This is the single greatest expression of the Jewish people’s solidarity with French Jewry.”
The food co-ops operate as social business ventures, offering consumers significantly less expensive groceries and investing profits in local social empowerment initiatives.
During the day, an exhibition titled "Stripes, Stars and Magen David" will be launched in the Knesset's Chagall Hall.
Benny Gantz and Natan Sharansky join this year's Jerusalem Unity Award nominations committee.
Arab MK Ayman Odeh on Thursday refused to enter a meeting with Jews in New York because the same office building also houses Zionist organizations.
The Jewish Agency is calling for establishment of special Diaspora conversion courts.
Jewish Agency Chairman Natan Sharansky expresses his firm support for Efrat Chief Rabbi Shlomo Riskin.
Jewish Agency chairman Natan Sharansky hails report by UK parliamentarians, effort to battle anti-Semitism in Britain as "important step."
French Jewry is the largest new immigrant wave to Israel; figures more than doubled in 2014 and 10,000 new immigrants are expected in 2015.