Prophecy continues to be fulfilled as the largest group of Jewish people from North America make Aliyah and return to their homeland this summer. God said He would call His people from the North, South, East and now the West. The more the Jewish people fill the land of Israel, the closer we are to when Jesus will return to the land of Israel. While most flights will depart from New York City, there will also be two groups Aliyah flights originating from the west coast, one in July and the second in August.

She’s smiling because she’s home and now touching the land of Israel! Israel is preparing for a massive Aliyah boom, which El Al Airlines will facilitate with 14 dedicated flights for new immigrants from the USA.

“So then, the days are coming, declares the Lord, when people will no longer say, As surely as the Lord lives, who brought the Israelites up out of Egypt, 8 but they will say, As surely as the Lord lives, who brought the descendants of Israel up out of the land of the north and out of all the countries where he had banished them. Then they will live in their own land.” (Jer. 23:7-8).

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Jewish people answering God’s call

And returning back to their homeland!

The aliyah organization Nefesh B’Nefesh announced Tuesday it signed a deal with El Al Airlines to bring new immigrants to Israel on 14 flights leaving from the United States over the next three months. “It is incredible to take part in this moment of unparalleled increase in Aliyah interest.

With hundreds of seats now available, we look forward to taking a large step forward to ensuring that we can assist in the fruition of these Aliyah dreams.” The announcement comes in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic creating an unprecedented increase in Aliyah interest from North American Jews. In May alone, Nefesh B’Nefesh reported its highest number of calls and applications since the organization was founded in 2002. In the first half of June, there have already been over 900 applications for Aliyah submitted to Nefesh B’Nefesh, while in the same month last year the organization received only 399 applications.