34,872 Jews came to the Jewish State in 2019, a 20% increase over the 29,800 that came in 2018.
Kes Maharat: "We have made sacrifices to keep our Judaism. For us to come to Israel only to be told it is doubtful we are a Jewish – there's nothing more humiliating than that."
The fair will be held at Binyanei Hauma (ICC) on Tuesday, January 14, 2020, from 11AM to 3 PM.
"You are hereby requested to vigorously reverse your remarks about my client, and apologize to him in a manner that would be coordinated with him."
Rabbi Haim Amsalem responded: "Soon the term in office of this violent man will end."
The son returned to Israel from Gaza and received immediate citizenship under Israel’s Law of Return which grants all Jews the right to Israeli citizenship.
The data the Authority published today about the Jewish identity of olim reflects the fact that some of them have been converted in Israel.
If this is your first time turning your long-felt desire to come home to Israel into a tangible endeavor, we recommend you visit the Nefesh B'Nefesh Aliyahpedia.
Only 1 in 25 immigrants from Russia are recognized as Jews in Israel (2,244 Jews compared to 50,093 eligible non-Jews).
The countries which contributed the highest number of Olim in the past 10 years were Russia (66,800), Ukraine (45,670), France (38,000) and the US (32,000).
Most immigrants are generally satisfied with their lives (85%).
The new chairman takes on his new role at a particularly turbulent time in Israeli politics, as the nation prepares for an unprecedented third round of elections.
"When we finally have clarity about what life is truly about, we’ll understand the importance of living in the Land."
"It’s happening. So, please God, help us recognize the miracle. Help us recognize the fact that that which is happening right now is unparalleled in world history."
"I don’t know when it’s going to happen, but it may happen very soon, that Jews will have to get out of where they are."
"It’s only a question of time before we’re going to have more Jews here than all the rest of the world combined. "
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"You may say, 'I don’t know. Are people doing this?' There’s an organization called “Bring Them Home.” Contact them and you will find out how you can do it."
There is more than enough space in our Land for every single Jew to come home, if he or she chooses.
“There are many organizations that will help you, that will guide you, both make the decision and be able to bring it to fruition. Hatzlocha!”
The series – and the organization – is entitled, ‘Bring Them Home.’ This is the first video.
Aliyah Day is celebrated on the seventh day of the Hebrew month of Cheshvan, coinciding with the reading of "Lech Lecha".
To date, more than 600 physicians have integrated into the healthcare system through this initiative.
In 1939, the world's Jewish population reached its historical peak of 17 million (0.8% of the global population).
"It is important to our organization that Olim of all ages and stages of life know that there is a place for them to connect with other like-minded individuals."
Through its support and comprehensive social services, 90 percent of the nearly 60,000 olim who came to Israel with Nefesh B'Nefesh have remained.
The flight included 103 children under the age of 17, 21 medical professionals, three sets of twins, and a 28-day-old baby.
Until now, the only exposure Michal had to Israel was more of a vacation setting and visiting family. This visit was her first opportunity to sense how it would be to actually live and work in Israel.
A few Olim on this morning’s flight plan to join the IDF as Lone Soldiers.
From 1979 to 1983, Aliyah activists and Mossad agents operating in Sudan encouraged the Beta Israel communities in Ethiopia to come to the Sudan, and from the Sudan they would be taken to Israel via Europe.
Isaac Herzog, Chairman of The Jewish Agency, welcomed the new immigrants “in the name of the Jewish people the world over.”