Yoram and Alexandra A from Paris

Yoram and Alexandra A from Paris Yoram and Alexandra made aliyah with their three children – Meir, Tsvi and Avigayil.  Yoram tells their story. “After the doors of our post-quarantine homes opened, we wanted to do something to bring us closer to the life we wanted to...

Pavel and Anzhelika K from Odessa

Pavel and Anzhelika K from Odessa Pavel tells their story: “The most precious thing in this life for me is my family.  I want to take care of my girls – my wife Anzhelika and my daughter Alina – so that they have a better life and that we have a future!” “I was born...

Eduardo and Miriam G from Goiania

Eduardo and Miriam G from Goiania “My name is Eduardo, I am from Goiânia, Goiás, Brazil.  I am making aliyah with my wife Miriam and daughter Helena.  Aliyah means a fresh start and the realization of a dream.” I decided to make aliyah after the birth of my daughter,...

Maia and Kakha T from Gori

Maia and Kakha T from Gori “Israel is a very promising country, and my Jewish roots allow me to go there with my husband Kakha and son, Sergo.  Israel is my ancient homeland.” “We live very poorly here in Georgia and that pushed us towards the idea of making aliyah. ...

Alan and Dalia R from Buenos Aires

Alan and Dalia R from Buenos Aires “We are Alan and Dalia from Buenos Aires, Argentina and we are making aliyah with our small daughter, Tamara. Aliyah is to fulfill a dream that is ours, as well as that of our ancestors who could not fulfill it.  I (Alan) made the...

Bukuri Tornike

Bukuri Tornike “I feel what I do is right. The minimum reason why I’m moving to Israel is my family and little kid. I want to create a successful future for them. I always wanted to go to Israel but was looking for right time and I lacked some documents. When my uncle...

Souli and Perla M from Sao Paulo

Souli and Perla M from Sao Paulo “My name is Souli, I am from São Paulo, Brazil.  I am making aliyah with my wife Perla. Our connection with Israel goes back a long time, as most of our families live there. We have had a very strong connection with Judaism for a long...

Elizabeth and Rafael M from Santa Fe

Elizabeth and Rafael M from Santa Fe “My name is Elizabeth.  I am married to Rafael and we have 4 children – 3 boys (Ezequiel, Uziel and Ariel) and 1 girl (Shirel).  We are from Santa Fé, Argentina.” “Aliyah means living in our country, and having a better future for...

Khamlet and Samira I from Baku

Khamlet and Samira I from Baku “We consider that making Aliyah is important.  If we didn’t think so we would not be leaving here!” “Here it’s difficult with work.  I worked as a tour operator in Turkey.  After the introduction of quarantine due to the pandemic I had...

David G from Sumgant (Azerbaijan)

“I decided already a long time ago to make Aliyah but, somehow, I couldn’t leave.  I am Jewish.  My relatives have always told me that I should move to Israel.  To be honest I wasn’t drawn to it and therefore somehow didn’t dare to take that step.  I married an...

Tatyana T from Sevastopol

“I thought about Israel from time to time, especially when I again felt a negative attitude towards me because of my Jewishness.  I don’t have big problems due to anti-Semitism but sometimes I feel a very strong desire to be in a society where I can feel 100% at ease...

Tinatin and Tengiz P from Tbilisi

Tinatin made Aliyah along with her husband Tengiz and daughter Liza. “All I know about Israel is from my Mom and it became a little dream that my family and I could become a part of that country.  We have a small child and as we are young and able to work hard, we...
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