Immigrating to Israel is, for many Diaspora Jews, the fulfillment of a dream. It is also, no matter how one feels about homelands or gatherings of exiles − a challenge. There is Hebrew to be learned, housing to be found, friends to be made, and the driving “culture” to be navigated, just for starters. And then of course, there is the question of employment.
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