Immigrants from diverse countries discuss their move to Israel, laughing about some of the challenges while noting the care and concern for others unique to Israel.
In this video, immigrants from Ukraine, Canada, the U.S., France, Poland, the Ivory Coast and elsewhere tell the viewers about their aliyah (move to Israel) experience.
None of them mentions any desire to go back to the countries from where they came.
They love the warm, family atmosphere, especially the unity felt on occasions such as Remembrance Day and Independence Day. They even find humor in the chutzpah – the lack of courtesy and aggressive driving that Israel is known for – apparently chocking it up to family dynamics.
Listen to the stories of these diverse immigrants and find out how much they love their newly adopted country.