Articles in "Aliyah"

Israeli Official: ‘France Succumbing to Anti-Semitism, Bring Jews Here’

"France is succumbing to anti-Semitism, and French Jewry must be brought to Israel in the immediate future," Deputy and Acting Chairman of ...

Group of Olim Arrives in Israel as Interest in Aliyah Continues to Climb

A group of 38 Olim from North America landed in Tel Aviv Wednesday, one of the 14 Nefesh B’Nefesh Aliyah groups slated to arrive in ...

Israel Expecting 250,000 Olim in Next 5 Years

Israel is expecting a quarter of a million Olim (immigrants) in the next 3-5 years, Jewish Agency Chairman Isaac Herzog told the Knesset's ...

Southern City of Arad Preparing for Wave of Aliyah

The city of Arad, situated in the south of Israel, is preparing for some 10,000 Olim (new immigrants) who will arrive in the city in the ...

14 Groups of Olim Will Arrive from North America in Summer

Nefesh B’Nefesh, an organization that facilitates Aliyah (immigration to Israel) from North America, has signed a contract with EL AL ...

Israel Expecting a Doubling in Number of Olim in Coming Months

By the end of 2020, some 50,000 Jews will make Aliya (immigrate) to Israel, almost twice as much as in previous years, Jewish Agency ...

May Sees Record-Breaking Interest in Aliyah from North America

Israel welcomed 51 Olim (new immigrants) who made Aliyah on Tuesday as part of a Nefesh B’Nefesh Group Aliyah Flight. Tuesday's group ...

20% Increase in Demand for Aliyah to Israel Following COVID-19 Pandemic

A flight carrying 111 Olim (immigrants) from Ukraine was welcomed by Ministry of Aliyah and Immigration staff at the Ben Gurion Airport on ...

Interest in Aliyah to Israel from US Increases by 50% Amid COVID-19 Crisis

18 Olim (immigrants to Israel) from the US landed at Ben Gurion airport Tuesday evening, the latest group to land in Israel amid a recent ...

Despite Travel Bans, 9Jewish Immigrants from Ukraine Arrive in Israel

Skies have shut down around the world and global travel bans were imposed by governments due to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, but ...