The Jerusalem Post, Israel's largest English-speaking media outlet, is launching an aliyah portal, to bring you all the resources you need to prepare for a move to Israel - and to be successful when you get to Israel. Enjoy the inspiration!
Over the course of those nearly 40 years, Seelenfreund helped to train 80 resident eye doctors and treated thousands of Jerusalemites.
Leah embraces the words of one of her many beloved rabbis and teachers who encourages people to “be where history is being written” – in Israel.
Bezalel Smotrich said out of three pillars of Zionism – security, settlement, and Aliyah – the third had been neglected in recent years, and the new plan was a symbol of its renewed importance.
Hannah Schwarcz was in New York on October 7 and didn't find out about the massacre until October 8. By October 9, she was back in Israel to rejoin her IDF unit.
It might seem like a huge jump from being an OB/GYN to a successful entrepreneur to an epoxy craftsman, but Alvin Schamroth sees each as expressing a different part of himself.
Parting wisdom for potential olim: Surround yourself with a familiar environment, even in a foreign country.
Brazilian-Israeli artist works to raise support for October 7 victims
Milàn Czerny says that being in Israel and working in the country is very meaningful for him. After the October 7 massacre and the Swords of Iron war, he feels this more strongly than ever.
Speaking at the Jerusalem Post’s Israel Summit, Minister Ofir Sofer said that since October 7 Israel has seen a rise in interest for Aliyah.
Solomon Geveye immigrated to Israel and became a successful hi-tech entrepreneur. Now he's trying to help other Ethiopian-Israelis break into hi-tech.
Canadian-born Irving Matlow, who fought to ensure Israel's existence, finally returns as a citizen.
In total, Nefesh B’Nefesh recorded 3,020 new olim throughout 2023 from North America.
Anna, a Moldovan olah with an affinity for art, has presented her paintings in solo and group exhibitions in Israel and around the world.
As Benjy celebrates 40 years since his aliyah, he remains positive yet realistic.
Much more than an upscale food truck, Brunch has become a sort of therapeutic oasis. “Everyone living in Israel now needs a moment to decompress in order to keep going forward.”