1. Barbara Streisand's Cousin Making Aliyah

    Barbara Streisand's Cousin Making Aliyah

    ‘The following story relates to the triumphant search of one Jew to find his true identity. Dale Streisand was born in the United States and grew up in California during a period of major cultural change.  Like anyone without a strong foundation in Judaism, Dale became easy prey for both...

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  2. Aliyah Story – Here Comes Levi Shlomo

    Aliyah Story – Here Comes Levi Shlomo

    Levi Shlomo at OU Job Fair Toronto in Canada is a great place, so it takes someone really special to uproot themselves and move to Israel, with all the uncertainty of living in a new land. Yet this is exactly what Levi Shlomo did! 5 years ago as a young...

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  3. Eric Cohen's Aliyah Story

    Eric Cohen's Aliyah Story

    an Israeli kibbutz Eric made Aliyah from Holland just under 30 years ago. Moving to Israel was a long standing dream of his, but didn’t get realized until he was past his teen years. Life in Amsterdam was always exciting, but in the early 1980’s, this vibrant Dutch city was...

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  4. Eric Cohen’s Aliyah Story

    Eric Cohen’s Aliyah Story

    an Israeli kibbutz Eric made Aliyah from Holland just under 30 years ago. Moving to Israel was a long standing dream of his, but didn’t get realized until he was past his teen years. Life in Amsterdam was always exciting, but in the early 1980’s, this vibrant Dutch city was...

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  5. Where’s My Home?

    Where’s My Home?

    Written by Ramona Hirshfield Hello everybody I want to share a story with you about finding the place called home. My story is probably your story too. My name is Ramona Hirschfield, I am a South African citizen born in Romania. Ever since I was little I had a problem with a...

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  6. Where's My Home?

    Where's My Home?

    Written by Ramona Hirshfield Hello everybody I want to share a story with you about finding the place called home. My story is probably your story too. My name is Ramona Hirschfield, I am a South African citizen born in Romania. Ever since I was little I had a problem with a...

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  7. Forget the Past and Live the Present

    Forget the Past and Live the Present

    by TZVI SZAJNBRUM  Forget the Past and Live the Present – This is true for every new immigrant, for every divorce case or for anyone having difficulties adapting to a new situation, as I will try to demonstrate in this short article. A New Place, A New Life Mira was in her...

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  8. Aliyah Memoirs

    Aliyah Memoirs

    By Jason Alster While sitting in a movie theatre in Israel it came to me like a spark. Intuition, about of creativity, a decision to take action, doesn’t always hit you light a bolt of lightning, but can be more subtle. In my case, the idea jelled while I was watching...

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  9. Great challenges faced by my wife!

    Great challenges faced by my wife!

    This is the second article related to the efforts of an Ethiopian man married to a Jew, with Jewish children, to assist their efforts to make Aliyah. The first article gave an introduction to their plight. We now get a better glimpse into the very personal challenges they face on...

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