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The Fourth (1924-1929) and the Fifth Aliyah (1929-1939)
This article discusses the Fourth and the Fifth Aliyah. The concept of Aliyah was derived from the Biblical image of the J...
The fulfillment of Aliyah was one of the major objectives of Zionism and is deeply anchored in Judaism.  The Fourth (1924-...
Aliyah originally signified “ascension” or “going up” of the children of Israel to Egypt as mentioned in the Jewish text G...
Today, the term “Aliyah” simply means the migration of Jews to Eretz Yisrael (Land of Israel).  The Fourth (1924-1929) and...
During the period from 1924 to 1929, anti-Semitism feelings were rising to alarming levels in certain European countries s...
In fifth wave of Aliyah, majority of the Jews were professionals from Germany, doctors, lawyers, and professors.  The Four...
Although the fifth Aliyah marked the end of the large wave of Jewish immigration to the lands of Palestine, Jews continued...
Visit www.HilalPlaza.com To Get the  “ Jerusalem is OURs”  – The Centuries Old Christian, Islamic, and  Jewish struggle fo...
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  1. 1. The Fourth (1924-1929) and the Fifth Aliyah (1929-1939)
  2. 2. This article discusses the Fourth and the Fifth Aliyah. The concept of Aliyah was derived from the Biblical image of the Jews in the Diaspora (exiled) who, as individuals or groups, were arriving and returning to live in Eretz Yisrael (Land of Israel). The Fourth (1924-1929) and the Fifth Aliyah (1929-1939)
  3. 3. The fulfillment of Aliyah was one of the major objectives of Zionism and is deeply anchored in Judaism. The Fourth (1924-1929) and the Fifth Aliyah (1929-1939)
  4. 4. Aliyah originally signified “ascension” or “going up” of the children of Israel to Egypt as mentioned in the Jewish text Genesis 50:14 and Numbers 32:11. The Fourth (1924-1929) and the Fifth Aliyah (1929-1939)
  5. 5. Today, the term “Aliyah” simply means the migration of Jews to Eretz Yisrael (Land of Israel). The Fourth (1924-1929) and the Fifth Aliyah (1929-1939)
  6. 6. During the period from 1924 to 1929, anti-Semitism feelings were rising to alarming levels in certain European countries such as Poland and Hungary. This resulted in a fourth wave of Aliyah. The Fourth (1924-1929) and the Fifth Aliyah (1929-1939)
  7. 7. In fifth wave of Aliyah, majority of the Jews were professionals from Germany, doctors, lawyers, and professors. The Fourth (1924-1929) and the Fifth Aliyah (1929-1939)
  8. 8. Although the fifth Aliyah marked the end of the large wave of Jewish immigration to the lands of Palestine, Jews continued to return to Israel until the 1990s and many are even immigrating back to Israel today. The Fourth (1924-1929) and the Fifth Aliyah (1929-1939)
  9. 9. Visit www.HilalPlaza.com To Get the “ Jerusalem is OURs” – The Centuries Old Christian, Islamic, and Jewish struggle for the "Holy Lands" E-BOOK
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