Definitions

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  • noun Alternative spelling of aliyah.

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Examples

  • Their religion obliges them to make "aliya" and live in Israel but most would prefer to stay in the United States.

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  • At a family bat mitzvah, my recitation of the aliya shone so brightly above the rest that my girlfriend's parents declared with pride, "That's our Jew!"

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  • Until the fifth aliya (1929 – 1939), folk music had a place of honor.

    Music: Palestine and Israel.

  • In Palestine there were two wonderful singers: Emma Schaver (1905 – 2003), who immigrated from the United States to Israel at the end of World War II, after traveling to the concentration camps; and Nehama Lifschitz, who came to the country with the renewed aliya from the Soviet Union in the 1970s.

    Music: Palestine and Israel.

  • Prior to their mass aliya, generations of Ethiopian Jews yearned for Zion and expressed their longing in the annual Sigd festival.

    Sigd: The Ultimate Zionist Festival

  • However, aliya did not become a reality until the mid-1970s, when the Sefardi and Ashkenazi Chief Rabbis declared in 1973 and 1975 respectively that the Falashas (sic) were Jews and could therefore come and live in Israel.

    Ethiopian Jewish Women.

  • Pawson was astonished after graphically plotting the data to discover that peaks in Israels rainfall coincided with aliya waves.

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  • Prior to their mass aliya, generations of Ethiopian Jews yearned for Zion and expressed their longing in the annual Sigd festival.

    Sigd: The Ultimate Zionist Festival

  • The aliya from Russia during the 1970s and 1990s brought a large number of talented women pianists to the country, among them Dina Yoffe, Irena Berkovich, Gabriela Talroze (b. 1940) and the Israeli piano duo Nina Tjomkin (b. 1948) and Esther Abramson (b. 1948).

    Music: Palestine and Israel.

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