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An illustration picture shows a new Israeli passport and an Old Israeli passport with American Visa in Jerusalem, on January 18, 2023.

Aliyah form mentioning mental illness sees new change

 THE WRITER (front, second from right) poses with new immigrants from the United States, last summer.

Why aliyah is more crucial now than ever

By OFIR SOFER
 Nadav Popplewell

British-Israeli citizen Nadav Popplewell dies in Hamas captivity at 51 years old

  Rabbi Yehoshua Fass, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Nefesh B’Nefesh, at the Jerusalem Post Annual Conference 2023.

After Oct. 7, we see shift in Aliyah interest, a unified front to welcome Olim - Nefesh B’Nefesh

 A MAN blows the shofar to mark Independence Day at the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron.

The modern exodus and messianic fulfillment is today's Israel

 Lone Soldiers and their families pose with Jewish Agency CEO Amira Ahronoviz, Minister of Aliyah and Integration Ofir Sofer and Chairman of The Jewish Agency Maj. Gen. (res.) Doron Almog

‘Together for Seder’ event brings together lone soldiers and their families abroad

Social media managers with laptops (Illustrative)

Anglos offer the perfect hasbara for media battlefield

 Illustrative image of doing taxes.

What to remember for inheritance and gift planning for Israeli-US citizens

By Yaakov Jacob
 LOOKING OUT at the horizon from Chevra  Eco Farm.

Chevra Eco Farm: A green sanctuary in Israel made by immigrants

By BEN BRESKY
  Left to right:, Miri Cohen-Adelstein, Director of the Student Authority of the Ministry of Aliyah and Integration , Shifra Kirshenbaum, Director of the Jerusalem and Southern District Office of the Ministry of Aliyah And Integration, Rabbi Yehoshua Fass, Co-Founder and Executive Director of Nefesh

Jerusalem academic institutions host student olim from around the world at Higher Education Fair

 Rabbi Haim Pear, founder of Shir Hadash.

Rabbi Haim Pear: The Anglo Jerusalemite fighting municipal inefficiency

 ISRAEL AND its national institutions must, now more than ever, invest in promoting aliyah – because Israel needs its new immigrants.

Editor's notes: No one is encouraging aliyah – but they should

 Caption: Minister of Aliyah and Integration, Ofir Sofer (right) with Dir-Gen of the Ministry, Avichai Kahane (middle) and Rabbi Yehoshua Fass of Nefesh B’Nefesh (left) , with new olim. (Yonit Schiller)

Aliyah to Israel rises after wave of antisemitism, 237% more from France

 Finance Minister Bezalel Smotrich, Aliyah and Integration Minister Ofir Sofer, and Jewish Agency chairman Doron Almog at a press conference announcing new Aliyah plans for the country, February 14, 2024.

Aliyah Ministry announces new gov't plan to improve integration

 THE ELEVATORS, with Aryeh Naftaly (left), in action.

American-born musician Aryeh Naftaly looks to rekindle the Zionist dream

 Nefesh B'Nefesh bestowed its Maor Prize to ten outstanding young Olim for their contributions to strengthen the State of Israel during the Swords of Iron War.

Award granted to 10 olim who contributed to war effort

 SOME MAY feel overwhelmed because a spouse is serving in the IDF reserves (Illustrative).

Israel-Hamas War: English-speaking orgs. providing emotional support

By JORDANA BENAMI
Avraham Avi-hai at his home in Jerusalem’s Yemin Moshe neighborhood.

Remembering Avraham Avi-Hai: a man of many paths