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ALIYAH

עליה

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what is 

The Hebrew word “Aliyah” means ascent or rise, and it is the Hebrew word used to describe immigration to Israel; the return of the Jews from the four corners of earth to their biblical homeland. 

Love 153 has been supporting Aliyah since 2013, working together with the Jewish Agency for Israel to support families from all over the world who are returning to the promised land and beginning a new life here!

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what is 

The Jewish Agency provides the global framework for Aliyah, ensures global Jewish safety, strengthens Jewish identity and connects Jews to Israel and one another, and conveys the voice of the Jewish People to the State of Israel to help shape its society.

why is Aliyah important?

Aliyah is the fulfillment of Biblical prophecy!

27 When I have brought them back from the nations and have gathered them from the countries of their enemies, I will be proved holy through them in the sight of many nations. 28 Then they will know that I am the Lord their God, for though I sent them into exile among the nations, I will gather them to their own land, not leaving any behind.

 Ezekiel 39:27-28 

As believing gentiles, we are also fulfilling the scriptures when we support Aliyah!

This is what the Sovereign LORD says: "See, I will beckon to the Gentiles, I will lift up my banner to the peoples; they will bring your sons in their arms and carry your daughters on their shoulders ..."

 Isaiah 49:22 

over 70,000

Jews made

aliyah in 2022

3,375,000

Jews have made aliyah since 1948!

50%

Are from Former Soviet Union

94,733

Jews made Aliyah from Ethiopia since 1948

400%

Increase in Aliyah from Russia & Ukraine in 2022

Ukrainian Refugees

2022

Aliyah from Ukraine

45,000

Refugees of

Ukraine - Russian war

made aliyah this year

(as of Nov 2022)

470%

increase in aliyah

from Ukraine

(compared to 2021)

400%

increase in aliyah from Russia & Belorussia

(compared to 2021)

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Since the beginning of war in Ukraine, around 14,000 Ukrainian refugees have made aliyah to Israel and are now beginning a new life in the land. 

Throughout 2022 we have been supporting the Jewish Agency directly, raising funds to enable refugees to reach Israel.

We've also partnered with nine different projects to bring essential household items and food to hundreds of Ukrainian families, as well as organizing fun events for the children, and an opportunity to comfort and encourage the parents and elderly.

We directly support the Aliyah Service Center hotline, which give assistance to those wanting to make aliyah.

Together, we supported hundreds of
refugee families in 2022!

dec. 2022 - food, blankets, songs & comforting hugs!

With Adulam Shema School, South Korea

Donations of blankets & household food items

Gifts from Korea

Comforting & praying for refugees and their families

Hebrew blessing songs prepared by Korean school-children!

dec. 2022 - bethlehem tour, lunch, christmas carols & gifts!

With volunteer teams from Israel & Korea

Special Christmas Tour of Bethlehem 

Donation of Winter Blankets

Delicious Lunch 

Olive wood gifts from Bethlehem

Christmas Carols & Korean Blessing Songs

nov. 2022 - donations, dancing, haircuts & more!

With volunteer teams from USA & Korea

Donations of blankets, pillows, heaters, shopping carts

Winter jackets & vests

Toys, candies, Korean souvenirs, Korean cosmetics

Balloons & Face-painting

Hair-cutting by professionals from California

Songs & Dancing