There was a 20 percent decrease in the number of new 'olim' opting to live over the Green Line in Israeli settlements between 2015 and 2018
Exclusive Nefesh B’Nefesh Failed to Comply With Legal Requirements, Report Reveals, Risks Loss of State Funding
Israeli government authority warns aliyah organization it could lose state funding if it doesn’t get its house in order; NBN responds that audit was ’standard’ and majority of required revisions have already been implemented
The woman, in her eighties, was waiting for the results of a test before flying, but only heard she had tested positive upon landing in Israel
Jewish Agency says new olim will have to go to either absorption centers or special quarantine hotels; group of 22 Americans still on scheduled to make aliyah this May
Aliyah and Coronavirus: 24 New Immigrants From U.S. Land in Israel, While Flight From Ethiopia Canceled
The first group of immigrants to arrive in Israel during the coronavirus outbreak lands safely and is sent to quarantine: ‘Complete strangers [left] piles of supplies stocked outside our door just waiting for us to come home’
Group, first to make aliyah since Covid-19 pandemic hit Israel last month, will have to go into self-quarantine for 14 days
Nefesh B’Nefesh announces seven immigrants to Israel from English-speaking countries who have been awarded the 2017 Sylvan Adams Bonei Zion Prize; Renowned comic Brian Regan to headline this month's Comedy for Koby tour
Rabbi Yechiel Eckstein's evangelical-funded group aims to bring 'close to 10,000' Jews to Israel in 2016, but Jewish Agency dismisses his efforts as PR stunt.
AACI’s exhibit of children’s art is scheduled, and Nefesh B’Nefesh supports the IDF’s lone soldiers.
Choosing the top South African volunteer in Israel; watching (and partying) the Super Bowl here; and a Tu B’Shvat schmooze for new immigrants
Eckstein’s International Fellowship for Christians and Jews decides to stop donating to the Jewish Agency and promote its own aliyah activities instead.
Those who say Israel is always right and the world is out to get us are causing long-term damage to Israel.
Several Alaskans are not letting the war stop them from making aliyah – and they don't quite know why.
Boston-born Jeffrey Hausdorff has been awarded the Nefesh B’Nefesh Bonei Zion award for contributions toward improving life for movement-impaired.
Comptroller's report says state has never set criteria for measuring the effectiveness of the aliyah-promoting activities it funds and must do so.