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Nefesh B’Nefesh brought 232 olim home to Midinot Yisroel this week —among them 59 young men and women (some pictured above at JFK on Monday) who left their homes, familiies and friends to … more
As a nuclear deal was announced in Vienna, 221 aliyot from North America, including 24 from the New York, arrived at Ben Gurion on an El Al Nefesh B’Nefesh flight. For 29-year-old Kaley … more
“I want to be a part of something greater than myself,” says 24-year-old Ron Nahshon of Washington Heights, who is preparing to move to Israel this summer with his wife Sara. Born in … more
Young new olim enjoy sufganiot and played for the first time with “Made in Israel” dreidels that display the words … more
More than 300 young Jewish professionals who are making aliyah to Israel participated in the Impact Israel conference, organized by Nefesh B’Nefesh in cooperation with Israel’s … more
Knesset member Rabbi Dov Lipman told his aliyah story to the Young Israel of Woodmere last week, reflecting on his life in the Knesset and in Israel. “I would like to inspire people to make … more
“It seems like the right thing to do, especially now,” said Natasha Kaplan-Marans, of Lawrence, smiling beside her parents and sister as she prepared to embark from JFK on her enlistment to the IDF last week. more
They’ve come from across North America, young men and women on their own to meet destiny and be part of the ingathering of a people who continue to rebuild a land long desolate and abandoned, now growing and thriving. more
Nefesh B’Nefesh transported 338 olim from North America to Israel this week, continuing its 12 year run of facilitating the return of Jews to their homeland. more
He’s low-key, reassuring and rabbinic, speaks easily to his charges and could easily be one of them, as he brings North American Jews closer to geulah [redemption]. In ten years, through Nefesh B’Nefesh, Rabbi Yehoshua Fass, along with Tony Gelbart, has succeeded in moving 35,000 Jews along the path to accomplish their dream of living in Israel. more
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