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Aliyah: (lit. “ascent”); immigration to the Land of Israel
“Aliyah is a two-fold ascent, both physical and spiritual. In that case, the Jews in Israel can also make ‘Aliyah.’ Maimonides concludes his code of Jewish law describing the era of Moshiach with the verse: ‘For the knowledge of G-d will cover the land.’ ...
Ronnie Romberg and her husband, Dr. Henry Romberg, met at Case Western University in Cleveland, Ohio and were married in 1968. Having long dreamed of making Aliyah and moving to Israel, they had all their plans set. All until a Chabad friend of theirs con...
Michael Allouche is an aerospace engineer from France. He asked the Rebbe numerous times about the prospect of making Aliya with his family and moving to Israel, yet he was always somewhat disappointed when the Rebbe discouraged them from doing so. When t...
Farbreng, Episode 7
Why the Rebbe didn’t go to the holy land of Israel even for just a visit. (From “Messages”—Season 2, Episode 7)
Moshe Ishon served as a representative for Israel’s Jewish Agency in New York from 1977 to 1980. In 1981, he became the chief editor of the Israeli newspaper HaTzofe, a position which he held until 1997.
Israel is not just our land. She is our mother.
If we are the soul, she is our body. If we are the children, she is our mother.
“One reason I do not visit Israel is that I have not found sufficient Halachic grounds to allow me to leave Israel and return to America. I cannot abandon American Jewry. Even if I could return, my return itself could be interpreted as a ‘preference’ for ...
Natan Sharansky & Gil Troy in conversation about their new book—Never Alone: Prison, Politics, and My People.
The land of Israel is connected to the Jew in a very deep and powerful way. Discover how the sanctity of Israel can be felt in our home even for Jews in the Diaspora.
Parshah Curiosities: Vayechi
Conventional wisdom says that the ideal place for a Jew to be buried is in the land of Israel, yet upon examining classic Torah sources, we surprisingly discover that it’s not that simple—there seems to be conflicting Torah traditions…
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