Articles in "US Jewry"

2021 is Groundbreaking Year for North American Aliyah

Nefesh B’Nefesh, the organization that facilitates Aliyah from North America, s celebrating a record-breaking year in Aliyah. As ...

Head of Jewish Federations of North America: US Jews Afraid to Wear Items Identifying them as Jewish in Public

Jews are afraid to display their religious and ethnic identity in public, Eric Fingerhut, President and CEO of The Jewish Federations of ...

‘Despite These Challenging Times’: 104 Olim from North America Arrive in Israel

104 new immigrants (Olim) from North America landed at Ben Gurion Airport on Monday, as the number of Olim from these areas increased by ...

Fmr. Israeli Envoy: American Jewish Leadership Must Choose Between Support for Iran Deal or Support for Israel

"The American Jewish leadership will have to choose between their support for the agreement with Iran or their support for Israel's ...

Just Before End of 2020, 48 Olim from US Join Over 3,000 who Made Aliyah in 2020

The number of Jews from North America moving to Israel remained consistent in 2020, despite the many challenges posed by the Coronavirus ...

Jews from Small Communities in US: ‘We Long for Direct Contact with Israelis’

A special global candle lighting event hosted in Israel on Tuesday night to celebrate the 6th night of Hanukkah enabled Jews around the ...

Israeli-Americans on Edge as Votes Tallied in Presidential Race

Tensions surrounding the final outcome of the 2020 presidential race in the US were palpable in Israel as tens of thousands of ...

90 North American Jews Arrive in Israel as Country Celebrates Aliyah Week

Israel this week welcomed its 16,000th Oleh (immigrant) to arrive during 2020, 24-year-old Simcha Brodecki who made Aliyah with Nefesh ...

‘Deep Solidarity’: Knesset Discusses Survey on Growing Anti-Semitism in US

A new survey conducted by the American Jewish Committee (AJC) found that while 88% of American Jews believe anti-Semitism in the US today ...

Despite COVID-19 Lockdowns, Summer Camps Connecting Campers to Jewish Community Through Technology

Coronavirus (COVID-19) lockdowns have caused summer camps to close, but these crucial educational endeavors are still connecting campers to ...