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    • sandra chitayat
    • 21.05.07 | 05:55 (IDT)

    To make aliyah is a very serious thing. You have to prove that you are of sound mind and heart, as well as the fact that you have a Jewish soul, and that you can take care of yourself financially, that you should not become a burden to the State. In other words, integrate yourself to become a productive member. These are already quite a lot of conditions to consider if a person is qualified. It really is not as simple as it sounds.

    from the article: With less than open arms
    First published 00:00 20.05.07 | Last updated 00:00 20.05.07
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