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Moving to Israel
Lori Almost Live

Moving to Israel

Don't hold your kids back from living the ideals you taught them.

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Published: January 10, 2010


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Visitor Comments: 14

(14) Gordon, April 22, 2013 4:16 PM

Boston


Well I would like to know what took these people so long to attack the USA again? Will this be a one and only attack? I think not.
If it does continue I hope the Anti-Semites in this country would not be been so fast to condemn Israel for defending itself.

(13) naphtali Adassa, January 23, 2010 8:40 PM

Toda Raba mama all you have taught me i thank you dear from my heart. It is true that one must never teach kids great values then not allow them to live them. Thank you aish

(12) Dr. Yossi Templeman, January 18, 2010 10:12 AM

Reply to Jeff Muchnik, January 13, 2010

I agree with you that Israeli governments have done terrible things to the Jewish people of Israel. And after serving in the army (plus 20 years of monthly reserve duty) and after having fought and demonstrated against all those terrible decisions, and after living 30 years in the "settlement" of Tekoa--after all that I have earned the right to speak evil of this country--but I refuse to excercise that right. You have not earned the right to talk that way--so pipe down...

(11) sharona, January 15, 2010 10:15 PM

Agree

I agree, if we influence them to love something, then we shouldn't be surprised when they want to live those things. It's like showing them candy and then not letting them have it. If you want them to love Israel, but don't want them to move, then send them to a school that talks about many different things, Israel, Torah, chesed...

(10) Jgarbuz, January 13, 2010 7:23 PM

Massive economic and cultural shock, but possible.

Moving, living and working in Israel will be a MASSIVE cultural and financial shock to most American Jews who try it. It's up to Israeli society to soften those shocks assuming they want American Jews to come and succeed at all. Americans expect to be met half way, and will not stay if that demand is not met. ISrael has more to gain from American Jewish aliyah, and AMerican Jews have a lot to lose. So it has to be a shared enterprise, or not at all.

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