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Israel National News, 2014: Am Yisrael Foundation’s White City Shabbat & Guinness World Records Largest Shabbat Dinner

July 20, 2014

Largest Shabbat Dinner Ever Hosts 2,226 (full article) Guinness World Records recognizes mammoth Tel Aviv event by White City Shabbat as the biggest in recorded history. On Friday night, White City Shabbat set the Guinness World Record for the Largest Shabbat Dinner ever at the Hangar 11 in the port of Tel Aviv. 2,226 attendees were officially inscribed in the Guinness World Record for the Largest Shabbat Dinner, with notable diners including ...

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Arutz Sheva, 2014: Am Yisrael Foundation Submits Yom HaAliyah Bill to Knesset

March 30, 2014

Knesset Proposes Aliyah Holiday Bill, by Ari Yashar (full article) Proposal for 'Yom Haaliyah' introduced as national celebration of Jewish immigration, enshrining core principle of Aliyah. The Knesset introduced a new bill this week to mark the Hebrew date of the 10th of Nisan (April 10 this year) as "Yom Haaliyah," a national holiday celebrating Jewish immigration to Israel. The holiday intends to recognize Aliyah (immigration) as a core ...

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Jerusalem Post, Metro Cover Story, 2013, Am Yisrael Foundation Supports The New Zionists: Tel Aviv Olim

December 14, 2013

The Jerusalem Post; Metro Magazine Cover Story, by Benji Rosen, December 13, 2013 (full article) The New Tel Aviv Zionists The Am Yisrael Foundation is reinventing Olim engagement in the White City with the New Halutzim Seven years ago when Jay Shultz made aliya, he was looking for intellectual stimulation in Tel Aviv, the city he chose to be his home. The story is well-known to most people who have attended a Tel Aviv International Salon event, ...

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Times Of Israel, 2013: Am Yisrael Foundation, Umbrella for Tel Aviv Olim

November 21, 2013

Anglo Life in Tel Aviv, Under One Umbrella, by Debra Kamin (full article) The Am Yisrael foundation, a new nonprofit, offers a one-stop shop of English-speaking organizations in the White City On Tuesday night at the police station on Dizengoff Street, a group of English-speaking immigrants who now call Tel Aviv home reported for duty. They were there to get a briefing on the ins and outs of serving as a cop on Tel Aviv city streets, the first meeting ...

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