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    • Michael -Beer Sheva
    • 20.10.12 | 23:57 (IST)

    The NBN article ignores the true reality of North American Jewry's affiliation with Israel. Aliyah is a low priority item and yet NBN has helped over 30000 in the past 10 years make Aliyah. But Haaretz wants to throw out the baby with the water. And Anshel wants to overhaul the entire citizenship structure. Haaretz has its post Zionistic agenda to wave.

    from the article: The lesson of Nefesh B'Nefesh: Israel urgently needs a new policy on immigration and citizenship
    First published 22:57 20.10.12 | Last updated 22:57 20.10.12
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