Posts Tagged ‘aliyah’

Living on the edge: Why these U.S. immigrants made aliyah and moved next to Gaza

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They tried to make Aliyah, but never survived the journey

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Why are so many North American Orthodox rabbis silent on aliyah?

Over the years, as I take part in the annual festive celebration of Yom Ha’atzma’ut and the Divine restoration of Jewish sovereignty that Independence Day embodies, I have found myself increasingly troubled by a question that may be simple yet is anything but simplistic. To put it bluntly: why are so many North American Orthodox […]

Why is immigrating to Israel known as Aliyah?

April 12, 2021 by Rabbi Raymond Apple Read on for article Ask the rabbi… Rabbi Raymond Apple AN APIKOROS Q. What is an apikoros? A. It means “unbeliever”. Using this epithet is an insult only if you intend it to be such. But though an apikoros is missing out on the inspiration that comes from […]

Last Ethiopian aliyah flight of Operation Rock of Israel arrives

The last flight of Operation Rock of Israel, the latest effort to bring the remainder of the Falash Mura community in Ethiopia to Israel landed this morning with some 300 new immigrants disembarking at Ben Gurion airport.  Aliyah and Absorption Minister Pnina Tamana Shata who led the government’s efforts to restart the immigration of the […]

Israel seeks Aliyah from medicos

Browse > Home / News / Israel seeks Aliyah from medicos February 22, 2021 by Henry Benjamin Read on for article  The Jewish Agency for Israel’s Board of Governors is to introduce a comprehensive program for physicians and medical professionals from around the world willing to join the Israeli health care system. Isaac Herzog As the […]

Genesis 123 conference to celebrate aliyah of Ethiopian Jews

The arrival of Ethiopian Jews to Israel, an event often described as a return of one of the alleged “Lost Tribes”, will be at the focus of a Wednesday webinar with former Miss Israel Yityish ‘Titi’ Ayanaw, Genesis 123 announced on Friday.  Ethiopian Jews’s arrival to Israel is still ongoing, with roughly 300 community members […]

Five women from Bnei Menashe to make aliyah in New Year

Five women from the Bnei Menashe Jewish community in northeastern India will make aliyah to Israel on Sunday, despite the country-wide lockdown placed on the Israeli public amid rising infection rates.Sisters, Rut (28), Dina (21), and Avigail Lhanghal (13) from Manipur, in addition to Malka Zote (37), and Tiferet Renthlei (33), will be making aliyah […]

Israel’s Ethiopian-Born Aliyah Minister to Travel to Country of Birth to Bring 500 Jews to Israel

Jewish Agency chairman Isaac Herzog (center) and Minister of Aliyah and Integration Pnina Tamano-Shata welcome 119 Ethiopian immigrants to Israel, May 21, 2020. Photo: Shlomi Amsalem. Israel’s Ethiopian-born Minister of Immigrant Absorption will be traveling to the country of her birth on Saturday to bring hundreds of the few remaining Jews in the African nation […]

100-year-old French man passes away one day after making aliyah

Meir Halimi, a 100-year-old man originating from the French city of Nice, made aliyah on Wednesday and died the day after, according to French Jewish Agency director Arie Abitbol who spoke to Qualita, an organization for French immigrants. After months of administrative struggle, Abitbol explained, the Jewish Agency French office finally allowed Halimi to make […]

Coronavirus Israel live: Aliyah and integration minister tests positive

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Aliyah and integration minister tests positive for coronavirus

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Israel prepares for ‘coronavirus aliyah’ as ministry says applications rise

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The Nordic Paintings of Nils Blommér

Nils Johan Olsson Blommér (1816–1853) was a Swedish painter. Starting his career as an apprentice in Lund he experimented with painting portraits from the age of 20. He achieved some successes and in 1839 he had saved up enough money to move to Stockholm. There he took the name Blommér and enrolled in the Royal […]

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