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26/09/2016

Aliyah Infobase

Memoirs of a Bi-Patriot: From Vermont to the Red Sea Elazar Larry Freifeld looks at the aliyah process from a personal perspective - and what we find is an emotional, and often amusing roller-coaster ride, following the trials and tribulations of his family's immigration and absorption into Israel. Read more
Israel and the Diaspora: Aliya is a four-letter word An article written by David Breakstone, (Head of the Department for Zionist Activities of the World Zionist Organization and a member of the Executive of the Jewish Agency and WZO), originally published in the Jerusalem Post. Read more
Glorious Past, Uncertain Future-Youth Movements in Israel Whereas the diaspora movements were built on hopes and dreams, the members who actually moved to Eretz Israel set about actively trying to bring those hopes to fruition. Read more
Exile: Abstract Condition and Concrete Community The Hebrew Galut means the abstract condition of exile, or bondage. Golah refers to a concrete community in exile. Read more
Culture Clash or Cultural Compatibility: Understanding Culture Part 1 After providing a basic definition of culture and its influences on us, this article outlines the basic Israeli cultural orientation with suggestions for how to orient oneself more successfully to the cultural reality in Israel. Read more
Cultural Diversity and The American Dream: Aliyah When I first came to Israel, I admit, I came with an American NYC cum hippie/bohemian head. I was not fleeing persecution, only rising from one level to another. More like jumping between two levels at the same level, like when I was a kid at summer camp Read more
Aliyah Seven Years On: Scratching the Seven Year Itch Things are never quite how you expect them to be. That goes for aliya too. No doubt people have different expectations, and I can only speak for myself, but after seven years of being here how does the reality compare to the dream? Read more
A Sense of Belonging: Stomping Home A trip to Caesarea for a performance of the UK dance sensation ‘Stomp' made British-born Deborah Meghnagi feel she belongs in Israel. Read more
 
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