Global Service Center
The Global Service Center is our one-stop Aliyah hotline, open throughout the day, in six languages.
First Home in the Homeland
First Home in the Homeland provides your young family with a warm home on a kibbutz for your first 6 or 12 months in Israel.
18-35 years-old and interested in making Israel your home? We offer specialized aliyah absorption programs designed to help young olim and students take their first steps to a lifetime in Israel.
Ease into your absorption by learning Hebrew at your level while connecting with other olim, enjoying cultural events and trips around Israel.
All your needs as a new oleh are taken care of in this unique Israeli housing arrangement, which serves as your first home from which to start the integration process.
Aliyah of Rescue
For more than 65 years, The Jewish Agency for Israel and its partners have kept an unwavering promise to the Jewish people: to bring any Jew, from anywhere in the world, to safety in Israel.
Since the early 1950s, The Jewish Agency has assisted more than 90,000 Ethiopians with their immigration to Israel.
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A Honeymoon in Israel
Ilana and Yonatan Cohen have been married for a month – and though they are originally from the City of Light, the City of Love, Paris, they’ve chosen Israel as their honeymoon destination, and also
Aliyah: From Freezing Finland to Israel
Over 20,000 immigrants have made Aliyah from the FSU via Finland with the aid of Finnish Christian supporters of Israel and the Jewish people.
Asher Vaknin: Fighting for Home
Asher Vaknin, Director of the Nurit Absorption Center in Beersheva, is the father of two soldiers who currently serving in Gaza.
Self-Defense for French Jews
Ilana Medar, 18, a bat sherut, and Shimon Abouka, 21, of Paris, were excited to take part of a ceremony with the “Magen” travel program, a joint initiative of The Jewish Agency, the World Zionist
Exclusive Interview with MK Yuli Edelstein
"The decision to make aliyah should not be made because of terror attacks or pogroms, but out of a sense of conviction, Jewish identity and a bond with Israel."
Wedding Under Fire
“We are trying to keep to normal routine as much as we can, even in states of emergency."