Rescue Mission: Preserving the Torah Heritage of Ethiopian Jewry

The students . . . understand full well that if they don't do it, it simply won't happen - and this heritage that is so precious to them will be lost."

India’s Jewish MMA & Kickboxing Champion Set to Make Aliyah

More than 4,000 Bnei Menashe have made Aliyah to Israel in the past two decades, thanks largely to Shavei Israel. Another 6,500 remain in India, all of whom wish to make their home in the Jewish state.

Nefesh B’Nefesh Final Group Aliyah Flight of 5780 Lands

Varying in ages from 7 to 94, they will make their home from the bustling cities of Tel Aviv and Herzliya to the quiet kibbutz of Nir Eliyahu.

Watch: Bring Them Home – with Rabbi Berel Wein

Rabbi Berel Wein, Founder and director of the Destiny Foundation talks about on Aliyah, Israel and Torah on Bring Them Home.

1,500 Children of Olim Who Arrived During the Pandemic Set to Start School September...

Most of the Olim who will begin their first year of school in Israel this week are children and teenagers, aged 6 to 17 years old.

MK Smotrich Touches Third Rail of Israeli Politics: Amending Law of Return

If anyone in Israeli politics can shoot himself in the foot inside his own tent, it is the heirs of the NRP on the right.

‘Here, I Feel Truly at Home’: Special Flight from Mexico Brings 200 Immigrants, Volunteers...

From the beginning of 2020 through July, The Jewish Agency has facilitated the Aliyah of 2,269 Olim from Latin America.

Israel Proposing Expedited FBI Background Completion for US Aliyah Applicants

Recent regulations require every US adult applicant for immigration to Israel to complete an FBI background check.

There was an 18% Increase in Aliyah in 2019

The largest number of Olim (immigrants), 15,821, came from Russia, 48.2% of all immigrants, an increase of about 50% compared with 2018.

140 French Jews Find a New Home in Israel

Nearly half of the Olim, 60, are children under the age of 18. 11 of the Olim are medical and paramedical professionals. 17 have careers in high-tech while 27 have experience in liberal arts professions.

Future Lone Soldiers Land in Israel

The majority of the new arrivals hailed from New York, New Jersey, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania, Illinois and California.

120 New Olim Expected in Israel over the Next 48 Hours

Since the beginning of April 2020, 3,495 Aliyah applications were submitted to Nefesh B’Nefesh.

Israeli Official Unveils Plan to Rescue French Jewry from Escalating Anti-Semitism

Between the years 2000 and 2017, 10 percent of the French Jewish community, the largest in Europe, immigrated to Israel.

Israel Expecting 250,000 Olim in Next 5 Years

The Jewish Agency’s call center is flooded with inquiries, an increase of 50% from English speaking countries and 70% from French-speaking countries.

Southern City of Arad Preparing for Wave of Aliyah

Some 10,600 immigrants currently reside in Arad, about 36% of the population. Most of the immigrants in Arad came from the former USSR, as well as from the US, Argentina, the United Kingdom and France.

Nefesh B’Nefesh Lands Permanent Center in Jerusalem for New Olim to Israel

The permanent space will provide support to new immigrants in the areas of employment, education and housing, and offer Hebrew classes, exhibits and performances.

Nefesh B’Nefesh Signs 14 Summer Group Flights with EL AL

The announcement comes in the wake of an unprecedented increase in Aliyah interest from North American Jews.

Israel Expecting a Doubling in Number of Olim in Coming Months

Although flights have been grounded nearly everywhere in recent months due to the Coronavirus pandemic, Aliyah continued.

American Jews Seek Real Estate in Israel Post-COVID-19

With the mix of the “idealism of a Jewish person owning property in Israel” and positive real estate trends over the last year, purchasing apartments is a safe investment in the long term, said U.S.-based investor and investing consultant Nathan Silver.

If Not Now, When? Aliyah Applications Spike During Coronavirus Pandemic

Two-thirds of the NBN applicants stated that they want to make Aliyah in summer 2020. Over half of the applicants come from New York, New Jersey, California and Florida.

Why Die in Galus, When You Can Live in Eretz Yisrael? is reaching a new audience with a very different and edgy aliyah message.

How Far Is this Madness Going to Go?

Strangely, it is the anti-Zionists among us who have offered a psychologically astute response to our frustrations, as religious Zionists, at the fact that our fellow Jewish brothers and sisters aren't afraid enough to make aliyah.

Dozens of Eastern European Interns Explore Aliyah as Doctors in Israel

"Despite the difficulties due to the Corona, the participants showed a great deal of seriousness and investment in their studies."

Interest in Aliyah to Israel from US Increases by 50% Amid COVID-19 Crisis

The Olim ranged in ages from one-years-old to 66-years-old and hailed from New York, New Jersey, Ohio, Georgia, Pennsylvania, Florida and Illinois, and will be living in Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Beit Shemesh, Ramat Gan and Yafo.

Brooklyn Chassidic Rebbe Calls for Massive Aliyah Before It’s Too Late

"Listen to me well, dear Jews, whoever can afford to rise and ascend to the Holy Land should it as soon as possible."

Coach David Blatt, Ambassador Dore Gold, among Nefesh B’Nefesh Bonei Zion Prize 2020 Recipients

Hundreds of Olim from English-speaking countries – including Australia, Canada, New Zealand, South Africa, UK, and USA - were nominated for the prize.

Israel Expects Coronavirus to Yield 100,000 Olim

Interest in aliyah to Israel has been recorded in Jewish communities where the number of Jews who died from the coronavirus is high.

Rav Elyashiv, the Vilna Gaon’s Lottery and Coronavirus

When asked what should the Jewish response be to Coronavirus, Rav Binyamin Elyashiv performed a Goral HaGra, and the response he received...

Watch: God Has Removed All Our Excuses to Stay in Galut

Watch Rabbi Marc Penner provide the most optimistic and Jewish commentary on the coronavirus infestation. It might just blow your mind.


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