New immigrants arrive in Israel. (Miriam Alster/Flash90) Miriam Alster/Flash90
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In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, Jews from around the world have decided to return to their homeland, Israel.

After seeing how Israel handled the coronavirus crisis, many Jews have decided that it is time to immigrate. Indeed, aliyah inquiries have already risen by 20 percent.

The Jewish Agency projects that Israel will see 100,000 new immigrants in the next year.

This past week, Nefesh B’Nefesh, the major organization that facilitates aliyah, met to develop a plan to facilitate their arrival.






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