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Zionism 2020 is Alive and Kicking: A wave of many Jews and Israelis are asking to return home

As a result of the global Corona crisis many Israelis living abroad have decided to return home and Jews from communities across the globe are asking to make aliyah.

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The wave of immigration to Israel is apparently gaining momentum

The wave of immigration to Israel is apparently gaining momentum As the coronavirus pandemic wreaks havoc in America, aliyah offices report requests to move to Israel have tripled compared to the same period last year. By Paul Shindman, World Israel News

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Out of Africa: A Long Journey Home

Out of Africa: A Long Journey Home By Maayan Hoffman All photos courtesy of A.Y. Katsof re-post from B’nai B’rith Magazine Piath Aguar learned about the “Chosen People” when she was a child in Bible school. But for a girl being raised in S

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David Hazony, Adam Scott Bellos - Aliyah of the mind

David Hazony, Adam Scott Bellos – Aliyah of the mind re-post from jpost by permission For most American Jews today, the word “Zionism” means supporting and celebrating Israel – through money, influence, advocacy and community events. ‘We are

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New immigrant entrepreneurs get networking chance via Gvahim programs | The Times of Israel

Participants in TheNest incubator proudly present their new businesses at an event in Tel Aviv

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Life Without Father’s (or Mother’s) Day | Jlife

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2014 a record breaking year for immigration to Israel

Jewish Scene: Jewish Agency statistics for 2014 show that immigration to Israel hit 10-year high with the arrival of about 26,500 new olim.

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A lone soldier makes aliya | JPost | Israel News

Roni Rosen planned for years to make her home in Israel and serve in the IDF – and that dream is finally a reality.

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Jewish Scene: Frank Louie, a senior firefighting officer in Paris, had everything he needed. And yet, upon retiring, he decided to immigrate to Israel and volunteer at Eilat Fire Department. 'This is the place for Jews,' he says