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Faltering Russian, French aliyah?

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Published: 13 May 2017

Last updated: 4 March 2024

One in six Soviet children who moved to Israel in the early 1990s have since left – Liza Rozovsky – Haaretz 09.05.17
Young and creative Russian-speaking Israelis who made aliyah are several times more likely to leave the Jewish state than their native-born Israeli counterparts.

French immigration to Israel faltering due to integration failure – Yaniv Pohoryles – Ynetnews 06.05.17
A French professor of sociology of religion and politics who immigrated to Israel says that the influx of French Jews is on the decline, spurred in part by the failure of many to successfully integrate in Israeli society; he argues that identity is a large reason why.


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