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Check out the latest aliyah trends during the first half of 2010. It's all up!

Check out the latest aliyah trends during the first half of 2010. It's all up!

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  • Aliyah Statistics – January – June 2010 This analysis relates to olim who have come to Israel under the care of the Aliyah and Absorption Department of the Jewish Agency. During January to June 2010, 6,267 olim arrived. This is a 13% increase over the same period last year (5,549) not including olim from Ethiopia (40% including Ethiopian olim). The total number of olim during this period was 7,436, an increase of 32% over the same period last year (5,643 olim). FSU, Germany and Eastern Europe During January – June 2010, 3,038 olim arrived from this geographic domain, in comparison with 2,599 in January – June 2009, an increase of 17%. 2,880 olim arrived from the FSU (39% of all olim during this period). This is a 16% increase over last year. The majority of olim from the FSU are from Russia, totaling 1,440 (a 22% increase over last year) 680 olim arrived from the Ukraine (a 27% increase over last year). From South Caucasus 243 olim arrived (a 4% increase from last year). During January – June 2010, 55 olim arrived from Germany, the same number as this period last year.. 103 olim arrived from Eastern Europe, as opposed to last year when 63 arrived. This is an increase of 63% over this period last year. The largest number of these olim came from Hungary (55). English Speaking Countries During January – June 2010, 1,646 olim arrived from this geographic domain. This is an increase of 7% since the same period in 2009. From North America 1,121 olim came, as compared to 1,106 during this period last year, an increase of 11%. From Great Britain 241 olim arrived, as compared to 265 last year, a decrease of 9% over this period last year. 98 olim arrived from South Africa, as compared to 115 last year, a decrease of 15%. 118 olim arrived from Oceana, as compared to 79 last year, an increase of 49%. Europe and Middle East A total of 1,007 olim arrived from this geographic domain during January – June 2010, as compared to 894 last year, an increase of 13% over the same period last year. During this period, 690 olim arrived from France, as opposed to 647 last year. This is an increase of 7% 87 olim arrived from Belgium, as compared to 64 last year, an increase of 36%. 51 olim arrived from Turkey, as compared to 72 last year, a decrease of 29% 59 olim arrived from Middle East countries, as compared to 50 last year, an increase of 18% Latin America 576 olim arrived from this geographic domain during January – June 2010, as compared to 519 last year, an increase of 11%. 153 olim came from Argentina, as compared to 122 last year, an increase of 25% 115 olim arrived from Brazil, as compared to 120 during this period last year, a decrease of 4%. Ethiopia During January- June 2010 1,169 olim arrived from Ethiopia. During this period last year only 94 olim arrived. During 2009 a total of only 240 olim arrived due the decision of the Israeli government to halt the aliyah from Ethiopia.
  • Total June 1-6 1-6 GEOGRAPHIC DOMAIN Country 2010 2009 2009 2010 Russia, Belarus and Baltic 3,743 305 1,375 1,607 Ukraine and Moldova 1,839 159 611 774 Southern Caucasus 600 61 234 243 Central Asia 621 87 252 248 FSU Rest of FSU 17 2 9 8 Total FSU 6,820 614 2,481 2,880 Bulgaria 17 2 15 12 Hungary 100 16 21 55 Poland 19 2 10 5 Romania 37 9 14 Rest of Eastern Europe 24 1 8 17 Total Eastern Europe 197 21 63 103 Germany 116 8 55 55 ____________________ Total 7,133 643 2,599 3,038 USA 3,324 352 886 1,007 Canada 443 38 120 114 NORTH AMERICA AND North America 3,767 390 1,006 1,121 ENGLISH SPEAKING Britain 853 49 265 241 COUNTRIES South Africa 334 8 115 98 Oceania 175 14 79 118 Holland 59 1 24 20 Scandinavia 51 4 16 17 India 30 0 23 21 Others 25 0 9 10 Total 5,294 466 1,537 1,646 France 1,894 175 647 690 Belgium 152 21 64 87 Italy 89 9 15 42 EUROPE AND Switzerland 94 11 28 56 MIDDLE EAST Middle East 133 12 50 59 Turkey 153 10 72 51 Rest of Europe and Middle East 55 1 18 22 Total 2,570 239 894 1,007 Spain and Portugal 41 2 19 7 Mexico 140 12 37 50 Uruguay 100 2 49 36 Argentina 313 7 122 153 Brazil 259 12 120 115 LATIN AMERICA Venezuela 38 8 8 43 Peru 105 0 53 76 Chile 81 4 44 33 Columbia 57 8 20 23 Rest of Latin America 94 1 47 40 Total 1,228 56 519 576 ETHIOPIA Ethiopia - Total 240 46 94 1,169 TOTAL – NOT INCLUDING ETHIOPIA 16,225 1,404 5,549 6,267 TOTAL 16,465 1,450 5,643 7,436