The Jerusalem Post, Israel's largest English-speaking media outlet, is launching an aliyah portal, to bring you all the resources you need to prepare for a move to Israel - and to be successful when you get to Israel. Enjoy the inspiration!
Since the outbreak of the current war, dubbed Operation Iron Swords, Yehudis Schamroth has been doing more organizing rather than running errands on her own for the soldiers.
Despite the ongoing conflict, about 700 immigrants are expected to arrive in Israel next week.
The Population and Immigration Authority accused a 75-year-old American Messianic Jew, the son of an Auschwitz survivor, of plotting to engage in missionary work in Israel.
“My dream is to be an engineer, work in my field in an exciting company that is bringing positive change to this world, and start a family. Israel is where my present and future come together.”
In Israel, Noemi Szakács became the social media guru behind The Jerusalem Post. But before this, she was a model, taking part in campaigns across Hungary and the world.
Shishi Shabbat specializes in aiding olim from former Soviet countries and takes a unique and innovative approach to empowering and strengthening this vulnerable segment of Israel’s population.
Nefesh B’Nefesh has brought some 75,000 North American immigrants to Israel since its founding in 2002, but the organization’s work doesn’t stop the moment the new immigrants get off that plane.
Sue and Tzvi rise each morning at 4:30 to feed the animals. The Muslow children, aged 24 to 33, no longer live at home, but one daughter lives on the moshav, and her children help collect the eggs.
Mark Feldman founded Ziontours Jerusalem and writes a column for The Jerusalem Post, The Travel Advisor, focusing on travel from the viewpoint of the consumer.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine triggered a wave of Jewish emigration, and if current trends continue, over half of Russia’s Jews will be gone in seven years, with most of them moving to Israel
For more than 70 years, Hensha had an ongoing relationship with Israel from afar, until finally, two years ago, at the age of 87, she decided to fulfill a dream, and made aliyah.
Leah Yerushalmi uses puns, word games, quizzes, and inventive stories – each week on a different theme – to distract the patients from their worries and pain.
The Knesset Israel's story is a courageous odyssey of immigration, with many Holocaust survivors fighting the odds to get to Israel.
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Astorre Modena has worked in venture capital and nonprofits to try and battle the technology gap in Israel.