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!
The Bentows no longer live in Denmark, but living in Israel, they have many reminders of their former country.
In Straddling Black and White, Columbus, Ohio-born Kim Salzman traces an Ethiopian Jewish family’s complex relationship with the Land of Israel.
Over the past three decades, with her expertise in finance, wealth management, accounting, strategy, capital markets, and fundraising, she has helped raise significant sums for the Israeli market.
Though they don’t want to be experiencing this war with Hamas, they also don’t want to feel like they are abandoning Israel, the nation they have made their home.
The Jerusalem residents, who made aliyah in February, started making a dent in Cincinnati, Ohio. Now they're trying to do the same in Israel.
How English-speaking immigrants in the IDF Spokesperson's Unit fight on the frontlines of Israel's public diplomacy war against Hamas.
Will the explosion of Jew-hatred, evident after the Hamas terror attack, result in a significant increase in aliyah from North America?
Leonid Shmaliy had his life changed when he left Donetsk, Ukraine, for Israel. Now, he wants to do something to give back.
Young immigrants are experiencing a range of emotions, as they watch their Israeli brothers and sisters stand strong on the front lines.
The rise in interest in immigration follows a dramatic spike in antisemitic incidents worldwide since the start of Israel's war with Hamas.
Campaign initiated in response to urgent need for tactical and essential equipment for communities in danger on the front lines
Known by many in the social media world for her TikTok presence, Golda Daphna has been expressly an advocate for the Jewish state and the Jewish people.
Rebecca and Ken Milgrim moved to the Gaza Strip in the 1980s. Now, in 2023, they're back in Israel, this time in Modi'in.
Shira was one of the few female soldiers in the male-dominated combat paramedic unit, meaning she was trained as a combat soldier and served in Givati and the Artillery Corps.
Newcomers from the U.S. touch down in Israel, undeterred by ongoing security situation