Israel Expected Many U.S. Jews to Make Aliyah This Year. It Was Wrong

A sharp increase in the number of new immigrants from the United States in 2021 is not being repeated so far this year, confounding Israeli predictions

Judy Maltz
Judy Maltz
Judy Maltz
Judy Maltz

The COVID-19 pandemic was supposed to fuel a new wave of immigration to Israel from the United States. Indeed, that seemed to be the case last year when aliyah from North America hit a nearly 50-year high.

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