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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
NBN’s 2nd Aliyah charter flight of the season landed on August 14th bringing over 300 new olim to Israel, including 127 young men and women joining the Israel Defense Forces. These olim are among … more
On Monday, August 13th, Chana Schwartz will be taking a simultaneous leap into history and into the future, joining with her family and almost 400 other Jews on a Nefesh B’Nefesh flight to become olim chadashim, new immigrants to Israel. more
The Ministry of Immigrant Absorption and the Jewish Agency are partnering with Nefesh B’Nefesh to host a series of informational Aliyah-related events throughout March. more
When a local philanthropist speaks, there’s usually a personal connection to the cause. For Lawrence attorney Phil Rosen, it was a trip to northern Israel with his daughter last year, where they kept encountering Hebrew speakers with American accents. At a coffee shop outside Tzfat, they met a young Californian olah in uniform, and asked to hear her story. more
Making aliyah can be tough, but getting a date once you’re in Israel may not be. … more
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Jewish Agency Chairman Natan Sharansky greeted 238 new immigrants from the US and Canada — including families from Far … more
By the end of the week Aliza and Yossi Battat expect to be living in a Petach Tivka apartment next door to Yossi’s brother. The Battat’s, now former Cedarhurst residents, are among a number of local families that are moving to Israel … more
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