Nataliya Krishanovski is part of a 20-person team of Christians who for years have been helping Ukrainian Jews repatriate to Israel because they believe doing so helps fulfill biblical prophecies and makes up for antisemitic persecution. Krishanovski, who works in
Unlike the 2014 war between Ukraine and Russia, which only witnessed violence in small pockets of Ukraine’s eastern frontier, a full-scale invasion guarantees a refugee crisis in Israel. Read more: https://www.jpost.com/opinion/israel-must-prepare-for-a-wave-of-ukrainian-and-russian-olim-opinion-689108
Israel’s 2021 immigration numbers near pre-pandemic heights
For decades, Haredim in the Diaspora rejected the notion of repatriating to Israel. No more. Now, ultra-Orthodox American Jews see themselves as ‘the next great frontier in aliyah’ and are moving to Israel in increasing numbers. https://www.haaretz.com/israel-news/.premium.HIGHLIGHT.MAGAZINE-ultra-orthodox-aliyah-to-israel-is-breaking-records-here-s-why-1.10427636
Yshai Amichai: “I think rabbis in America and in all the lands of our exile, should sell their homes and minimize their possessions, serving as an example to their congregants. They should start renting month-to-month instead and have their bags
Chairman Isaac Herzog thinks up to 100,000 people will make Israel their home, either for their first or second time. By Batya Jerenberg, World Israel News Jewish Agency chairman Isaac Herzog expects that up to 100,000 people may leave their
N is the teacher of math and physics. Israel has had always an essential place in her heart. For years N had dreamt and discussed with her family about moving to Israel.
K’s family from Russia were shocked when the doctors said that their 15-year-old son Daniel has leukemia.
Global Aliyah hired lawyers to revert a deportation order and we got the temporary residence for the young doctor for a year, fighting for their citizenship. Here is the summary of the article published in Israel daily Yediot Ahronot (www.ynet.co.il/articles/0,7340,L-4938690,00.html):
Long-time friends M. and R. P. from Kiryat Gat know each other for over thirty years, but they are married four years. R. (76) has become a wife and a friend for widowed M. This fact does not hinder the