Masa Medical Immigrants Can Replace Hippocratic Anarchists

Thousands of doctors streamed into Jerusalem last month to attend a rally organized by the Israel Medical Association (IMA) against a vote on the planned judicial reforms.

First: 215 US, Canada Olim Complete their Aliya Process on the Plane

About a quarter of the Olim on Wednesday’s flight have chosen to volunteer in the IDF.

Surprise Mothers and Lone Soldiers Reunion in Jerusalem

The Nefesh B’Nefesh Lone Soldiers Program facilitated an emotional meeting for 30 mothers of lone soldiers from around the world.

130 Ethiopian Olim Arrive in Israel, Second Phase of Operation Tzur Israel Complete

The new olim were immediately settled in 18 absorption centers across the country.

Nefesh B’Nefesh Holds First Ever ‘Olim Market’

There were about 40 vendors at the Shuk Olim, displaying and selling their unique products from all around Israel.

Aliyah and “Pioneering” at Gush Etzion’s Mt. Kanub Farm

One hundred and fifty new immigrants gathered this week at the Mount Kanub Farm in southeastern Gush Etzion for a “pioneering” event, planting trees, working in the vineyards, feeding sheep and working the soil with their hands.

Great-Granddaughter of MDA Volunteer Arrives from Brazil to Follow in his Footsteps

Moshe Darevski, Ilana Smeltz's great-grandfather, immigrated to Israel in 1933 and volunteered for many years with MDA in Tel Aviv.

Nefesh B’Nefesh Holds Homecoming Barbecue for Summer Olim

The special barbecue followed the annual Celebrate Israel Parade in New York City, but no anarchists were present to ruin the fun.

Knesset to Consider New Measures to Ease Aliyah of Professionals

One of the main barriers to immigration and absorption is the process of recognizing the professional licenses of immigrants and returning residents.

First Ever ‘Aliyah-In-One’ Day in Teaneck Attracts 350

The day was aimed at expediting the Aliyah process for those who were already in the advanced stages of immigrating to Israel.

Beit Shemesh is a Wonderful Destination for Aliyah

Beit Shemesh mayor Aliza Bloch, on a visit to the United States, explains why the city is ideal for English-speaking olim.

On Holocaust Day 46% of World Jewry Live in Israel; US Figures Hazy

In a 2021 survey, 87% of Holocaust survivors reported they were “very satisfied” or “satisfied” with their lives.

Leftist Hooligans Storm Aliyah Event in Paris

Hani Zubida from Reichman University gloated at the attack.

Never Too Late: 101-Year-Old Immigrant Celebrates Israeli Citizenship

Not many people get the opportunity to write a dramatic new chapter of their lives after reaching 100. But 101-year-old Sandy Goldstein and his...

New Rule: Olim Must Stay in Israel for 1 Year to Get Passport

The Shin Bet warned the government before the passports law was amended that it could lead to abuse.

Nefesh B’Nefesh ‘MedEx’ Streamlines Aliyah Logistics for Medical Professionals

On March 19-20, Medical professionals can take major steps toward transferring their licenses before making Aliyah.

New Jersey Couple Ages 101 and 97 Arrive in Israel on Aliyah

They were greeted upon their arrival at the Ben Gurion International Airport Arrivals Hall by their five grandchildren and 12 great grandchildren who are living in Israel.

Jewish Agency Chairman Hails Law of Return’s ‘Grandchild Clause’ Despite 72% Non-Jews among Russian...

They’re not our brothers and sisters! With all due respect, they're not our Jewish brothers and sister.

15,000 Ukrainians Immigrated to Israel Since War Started

The Jewish Agency continues to assist Jews who are looking to make Aliyah.

Retaliation: Moscow Court Deliberating Future of Jewish Agency following Israeli FM’s Visit to Ukraine

Foreign Minister Eli Cohen promised President Zelensky $200 million in loan guarantees.

Planeload of Ukrainian Jewish Refugees Arrive in Israel From Ukraine’s ‘Living Hell’

The new Israeli citizens were greeted by Minister of Immigrant Absorption Ofir Sofer, IFCJ President Yael Eckstein, and other dignitaries.

Nefesh B’Nefesh Hosting Aliyah Seminars in 9 North American Cities

The tour began in South Florida on February 6 and 7, and heads to Los Angeles on February 9 and 12.

Netanyahu to French Jewish Investors: ‘You Need Cyber Security, Big Data’

“I don’t care what you’re investing in, you should use, you should explore advanced AI in Israel . . . people who do that will succeed, and people who don’t do that will fall behind."

Miriam Adelson Flies Ukraine Birthright Group to Israel

Some of the participants will remain in Israel for a few weeks to participate in Birthright’s follow-up program, Onward Israel.

Israel to Allocate $5.8 Million to Boost Hebrew Learning for New Olim

A dire shortage of teachers has led to a six-month waiting list for immigrants looking to be accepted to schools to begin learning Hebrew.

2022 Immigration Leads to Decline in Israel’s Jewish Majority

The Jewish majority has shrunk by 10% over the last 30 years, Central Bureau of Statistics data shows.

Vast Majority of Israelis Say Diaspora Jews Need to Come Home

Researchers found that nearly 82 percent of those surveyed believe Israel is the safest place in the world for Jews today.


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