Holocaust Survivors Make Aliyah in Their 90s
Felix and Feige Bandos met in Bergen-Belsen
Repatriates from Ukraine to receive special financial aid
The sum of the single payment will be 15,000 shekels.
110 Ukrainian Jews from ATO zone repatriated to Israel
The Friendship Foundation provided Ukrainian repatriates with financial support.
Journalist Richard Ferrer: Netanyahu underestimates the Jewish communities of Europe
The Prime Minister of Israel has insulted European Jews by calling on them to repatriate to the Jewish state.
Israeli ministers accused of hindering repatriation of Ukrainians
The minister of immigrant absorption Sofa Landver believes that ministers from the “Likud” party are depriving repatriated Ukrainian Jews of their entitled privileges.
“Taglit” program turns 15
Members of the “Taglit” educational program celebrate 15th anniversary in Jerusalem
Jewish Agency predicts repatriation of 50,000 French Jews to Israel
The chairman of the Jewish Agency Natan Sharansky predicts that this year around 15,000 French Jews will repatriate to Israel, and over the next few years their number will reach 50,000.
Number of repatriates from Ukraine in 2014 increases by almost three times
The number of Jews from Ukraine who made Aliyah to Israel in 2014 in connection with the military conflict in Donbass increased by 190% to 5,840 people, the Jewish Agency reported.
Christian agency becomes involved in repatriation of ukrainian jews to Israel
The first plane carrying 224 ukrainian jews from the ATO arrived in Israel who were repatriated under the “Fellowship Aliyah” program, financed by Evangelical Christians.
Ukrainian repatriates exceed Americans in number
In the first 11 months of 2014, 5,105 from Ukraine were repatriated to Israel – 160% more than in the equivalent period last year. According to preliminary data of the Jewish Agency, Ukraine surpassed the USA in this figure, which last year was the second largest source of immigrants to Israel
Jews of Ukraine appreciate Israel’s eased immigration policy
Leaders of the Jewish community in eastern Ukraine have approved Israel’s decision to ease immigration requirements for refugees from the ATO zone, calling it an extremely necessary humanitarian gesture
Israel simplifies citizenship process for repatriates from the East
The Israeli registration department of the population has ordered to simplify the citizenship process for repatriates from the Donetsk and Lugansk Oblasts of Ukraine who come under the Law of Return. The order does not apply to Ukrainians from other regions