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Aliyah Day, which Israelis celebrate In Israel, begins at sundown on October 24 and ends at sundown on October 25. It is a tribute to the immigrants who have helped make the Jewish state the thriving nation that it is today. When Jewish people come home to Israel, it’s not just immigration; it’s the fulfillment of prophecy and the fruition of a long awaited dream. his week, we have provided a few words and phrases related aliyah to help you expand your Hebrew language vocabulary.

Tisat Cheirut

The Hebrew word for "Freedom Flight" is Tisat Cheirut. Hebrew Translation = טיסת חירות

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Shvatim Avudim

The Hebrew word for "lost tribes" is Shvatim Avudim. Hebrew Translation = שבטים אבודים
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Aliyah

The Hebrew word for "immigration to Israel" is Aliyah. Hebrew Translation = עלייה
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Ha-Aretz

The Hebrew word for Homeland is Ha-Aretz. Hebrew Translation = הארץ
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Olim

The Hebrew word for immigrants is Olim. Hebrew Translation = עולים
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Kanfei nisharim

The Hebrew word for "Wings of Eagles" is Kanfei nisharim. Hebrew Translation = כנפי נשרים
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Galut

The Hebrew word for exile is Galut. Hebrew Translation =גלות

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