Even geniuses make mistakes: Ben Shapiro is sending a very wrong message to his legions of followers by unwittingly diminishing the importance of aliyah.
“All the times we were here as tourists were a lot of fun, but you don’t know what it’s like until you put your skin in here. Once you do that jump of hope, you start seeing life in a new way, through Israeli glasses,” says Shira Denise Kilemnic Mac.
After many years of waiting, the new Olim landed at Ben Gurion Airport thanks to a special operation facilitated by the Ministry of Aliyah and Integration, Shavei Israel Organization and The Jewish Agency
Since January 2021 more than 1,100 new immigrants have arrived from the U.S. and Canada with “dozens of groups” expected in August.
New immigrants on the early-June group flight ranged from the oldest, 87, to a year-old baby.
Wander explains that even in religious circles, the idea of making Aliya is considered to be a taboo subject in the diaspora.
A a record number of olim landed in Israel yesterday morning
Ambassador Ron Dermer accuses the paper of “demonization” over a recent article on Israel’s efforts against coronavirus • AJC CEO David Harris calls article’s phrasing “vile.”
Herzog makes a loose projection of 150,000-200,000 in the next few years.
“If I could do it myself, I would get up and immigrate to Israel and pray on its soil”