English-language music at the Kinneret; Nefesh B’Nefesh awards English-speaking immigrants
The Hebrew term for Jewish immigration to Israel, Aliyah is one of the basic tenets of Zionism.
Aliyah is enshrined in Israel’s Law of Return which states that any Jew has the right to immigrate to Israel and acquire Israeli citizenship.
Rebecca Floer's attempts to immigrate were also rejected on the grounds of her alleged membership in a missionary organization. She says she was baptized as a child but left the church and considers herself Jewish
The JFK Files How Oswald’s Childhood Friend Found Himself in Israel and Ended Up 'Helping the Mossad'
Being called to testify before the Warren Commission on JFK's assassination was only one milestone in the extraordinary life of Efraim O’Sullivan. He also helped foil a plot to assassinate Nixon
Concern for Palestinians keep the privileged few up at night, while millions who have benefited from life in Israel are more concerned about danger Palestinians pose to it
Notebooks over a century old tell the story of the Russians who took on a new religion and helped build what would become a new country
Most of the newcomers involved do not yet speak good Hebrew, so the French-immigrant umbrella group is trying to get the program extended
A Swiss-Israeli couple talks about what it's like to own seven stores while parenting seven kids
Jaffa-based side rallies against Hapoel Tzafririm Holon for 3-2 victory. Most of its players moved to Israel from Europe or South America
Members of groups with a Jewish connection from Africa, Asia and South America may get a chance to stay longer in Israel, even if they fall short of citizenship
One Israeli talks about going to Cyprus for a 10-hour hair transplant operation, while another explains how Jewish summer camps in Russia convinced her to move to Israel