Thoughts on Aliyah and Israel
New Immigrants Proudly Display Their Israeli Identity CardsFor some, aliyah is the ultimate expression of their Jewishness, to others, aliyah means living according to one's cultural heritage. From the non-stop singles scene of Tel Aviv to communal scenic living on a Moshav in the North, Israel is many things for many people. Some make aliyah and find themselves happily acclimated in a year while for others the process of feeling fully integrated might take ten. For some it is a dynamic often changing process while others are so busy living they don’t think about it. Below is a chance to hear their stories and to peek in to how they settled in, found jobs, brought their children on aliyah or to hear why they did it. There are articles to help you understand how Israel works and a section of articles on aliyah that has made the news.
Profiles of Olim
Thousands of olim from all over the world who wanted to contribute to Israeli society have found their niche in education as well as the food industry and other fields.
Within the field of education, olim have contributed to formal instructional frameworks, as well as in the vanguard of creative informal educational endeavors, including in Jewish education, environmental education and attempts at bridging the cultural and religious divides that beset Israeli society.
Articles about Israel
Aliyah in the News
Articles from the international press about Aliyah and Immigration to Israel.
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