Escaping the Drums of War, Dozens of Ukrainian Jews Land in Israel

Some 400 Jews from Ukraine are expected to move to Israel in the first two months of the year. There is not a big uptick in people looking to make aliyah, despite fears of Putin's Russia starting an invasion

Judy Maltz
Judy Maltz
Judy Maltz
Judy Maltz

The three generations of the Zelenskyi family had been planning their aliyah from Ukraine long before the latest escalation of tensions with neighboring Russia. But when their plane touched down at Ben Gurion Airport on Sunday, they could hardly contain their sense of relief.

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