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Joshua writes, "Hopefully this recent expansive development in the interpretation of the Law of Return marks a trend towards greater acceptance of immigrants who have deep ties to the Jewish people despite not being of Jewish ancestry themselves."
Joshua writes, "Why did a heated discussion on Jewish identity and Israeli citizenship erupt on the Knesset floor in light of the proposal? What can the Messianic Jewish community in Israel and abroad learn from this?"
Chava writes, "Herzog’s noble intentions and prediction of massive Aliyah, within the next three to five years, may be seriously hampered by the present problematic immigration policies of the Ministry of Interior."
Miriam writes, "God has been so good. Today, we all live closer to the center of the country, and I love being here, the place where the Lord directed us. I’m so grateful for everything. My advice to anyone thinking about making Aliyah..."
Chava writes, "So the question begs to be asked – how could any right-thinking, merciful member of the only Jewish state in the world think that this point in history is the right time to weed out the grandchildren of Jews as not being pure enough to be counted among the Jewish race?"
Chava writes, "This, thankfully, was an unsuccessful attempt to change the Law of Return which has, for generations, enabled Israel to be a safe haven for those whose ancestry required such a refuge. However, it’s not inconceivable..."
Allison writes, "As I contemplate my life, I can say, with all conviction, that the best place you can find yourself is in the center of God’s will, and though sometimes we don’t choose our direction in life, being open to God’s chosen path can make all the difference."