Miriam and Luis G from Salta

Miriam and Luis G from SaltaAug 5, 2021 | Argentina “My name is Miriam, I´m from Salta, Argentina.  I am making aliyah with my husband Luis and my children, Tomas and Tali.  For me – aliyah means realizing myself as a Jew. We want to make Aliyah to reunite the whole...

Nicolás U from Buenos Aires, Argentina

Nicolás U from Buenos Aires, Argentina “My name is Nicolás, I´m from Buenos Aires, Argentina. Aliyah means a great opportunity to change my life.  I decided to make Aliyah by talking to my sister (who lives in Israel). I am practically alone in Argentina and having...

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...

Benjamin Z from Buenos Aires

My name is Bejamin and I was born in Buenos Aires in 1958.  I am a descendant of a family of settlers from Russia who arrived in Moises Ville in 1898 with the great migration to the lands of Baron Hirsch.  From that colony almost everyone migrated to Rosario and later...

Milton and Sonia D from Rosario, Argentina

Milton, Sonia and Sheina, from Rosario, Argentina Milton and Sonia were both raised as Jews from childhood and were very involved within the same community. That was where their love for Eretz Israel was born. They grew up, fell in love, got married and had their...

The Blind and the Lame – Argentina

“Behold, I am bringing them from the north country, and I will gather them from the remote parts of the earth, among them the blind and the lame, the woman with child and she who is in labor with child together; a great company, they will return here.” Jeremiah 31:8...
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