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Join David Levine, kids media content expert and DEI champion, on his journey as a new immigrant ('oleh') moving to Israel (making 'Aliyah'). You'll be updated on the adventure, and also hear from other immigrants who have made the move, along with expert tips and suggestions on moving and acclimating to life in Israel, from a newcomer's pov. A Dellet Production for Lightboat Media Ltd. Contact: David Levine IG: @levineatlarge, @oleh_atlarge www.lightboat.media
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Привет! Меня зовут Алия, и ты находишься на моем канале) Здесь я буду рассказывать о намерении, самопознании, мотивации и секретах взаимодействия с Вселенной! Я также веду инстаграм, пишу статьи на своем сайте www.aliyadaily.ru и делаю секретную рассылку ВК. Приятного прослушивания! Подпишись, чтобы получить уведомление о следующем выпуске!)
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The Aliyan Jafri Podcast

Aliyan Jafri & Daniyal Khan

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The Aliyan Jafri Podcast is a brand new podcast starring Aliyan Jafri and Co-hosted W/ Rawan Hesham. This podcast focuses on the daily hustles of schools and gets various guests on from the casual student to cancer-fighting teachers. It has it all, the upside of high school, dark treatment and sound advice (which you’re advised not to follow) on how to get through school. New episode every Thursday.
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AIRS Bi-Weekly MONDAY @8am Educate • Stimulate • Transform Podcast for Motivation, Mental health, Self Improvement and Expansion 🧠⚡️ Paving ways for future generations while cultivating platforms to vitalize change. This podcast is for motivation, mental health, self improvement and expansion. We break things down so we can break through the barriers that are placed in front of us by us, other people, and society. One day at a time. CONNECT Instagram @thebreakdowncast @leyaa_42 Support this ...
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Context is lacking, and frankly, it’s a problem. Modern Context is a podcast that delves into the stories behind the headlines–the important people involved, but also the everyday people being affected; the socio-political landscapes influencing them, but also the geo-political landscapes; the ideas being pushed, and the thoughts and feelings those ideas invoke. In each episode, we’ll explore one topic in as much detail as I think a single podcast episode can handle, uncovering the nuance hi ...
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We will be discussing the most pertinent and important issues regarding the in-gathering of the exiles and bringing the Jewish people back to their homeland via Jewish Aliyah to Israel. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/joshua-wander/support
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Série de podcasts visant à présenter les aides et avantages mis en place par le ministère de l’Aliya et de l’Intégration dans le but de soutenir et d’accompagner au mieux les olim hadashim et citoyens de retour.
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In a special episode, just in time for Pride, David interviews Roy Freeman, the founder of LGBT Olim, an organization dedicated to supporting LGBTQ+ people who emigrate to Israel. Hear about how Roy started the group, the reactions he got from the immigration authorities, and all the activies the group does. How will Pride play out this year in the…
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It was a big week - Independence Day and David's final interview for his citizenship papers! Find out how to navigate an Israeli BBQ, how the appointment went down, how it almost didn't happen and what happens next! Oleh at Large: Aliyah Stories is a podcast about one person's immigration journey to Israel in 2024, for anyone interested in making t…
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Yom Hazikaron, or Remembrance Day, is the Israeli day to remember the fallen soldiers and victims of terror. Join David in his first one, at a special memorial service at Ammunition Hill in Jerusalem, sponsored by the Michael Levin Base. Speakers included the mother of fallen lone soldier Rose Lubin and the parents of hostage Omer Neutra. Michael L…
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It's Eurovision Night and I'm heading into Tel Aviv to watch the Grand Finals! Here's the quick lowdown on Israeli contestant Eden Golan and her incredible song "Hurricane" - against a LOT of hate, Eden crushed the semi-finals and has a chance at taking the prize! Eurovision: https://eurovision.tv/event/malmo-2024 Eden Golan: https://eurovision.tv/…
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What’s Holocaust Remembrance Day like in Israel? Find out as David experience’s his first in Israel as the journey to becoming a citizen of Israel continues, including a visit to Yad Vashem, the World Holocaust Remembrance Museum. Here are some of the links referenced in the episode. Yom Hoshoah Siren 2024: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YU-Bo3mlP…
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In this episode, I chat with Yoni Cooper, my Aliyah Advisor from Nefesh B'Nefesh (NBN) the main organization that helps North Americans make Aliyah (immigration to Israel). You'll hear about the requirements and the services NBN offers new olim (immigrants), and Yoni's Aliyah Story. For more information about Nefesh B'Nefesh please visit nbn.org.il…
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Ireland is a place that's full of lore, culture, and history, and many Americans can trace their roots back to the island. However, the island is also known for enduring centuries of political turmoil, most (or all?) of which came from their neighbors, the English. After suffering through colonization efforts, cultural erasure, exploitation, and ev…
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I've been reading Dune lately, and while the capitalistic undertones of the story are hardly subtle, it got me thinking about the ways stories and mythologies inform culture and society. In this episode, we'll explore the meaning of life and the way fiction can help us unravel the mysteries of our own existence.…
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Ecuador was once the most peaceful country in South America even though it was bordered by two of the world's largest cocaine producers. However, despite political and economic instability throughout the years, things took a violent turn in Ecuador once a Colombian ceasefire between the government and the cocaine-peddling guerrillas left a power va…
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Welcome to the Christmas season, to the nights of Hanukkah, and the days of Yule. It's officially the Winter Solstice and with that comes a litany of winter-related celebrations. Regardless of what you choose to celebrate or how you celebrate, there's one thing that underlies each holiday -- belief. In this episode, we explore the incessant and unc…
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Henry Kissinger is dead. A servant of these United States until his quiet, well-earned death, Kissinger leaves behind a legacy that is either reprehensible and unforgivable or respectable and ingenious -- depends on who you ask. In this episode, we'll look back on the illustrious and horrifying career of a man who's been credited with protecting de…
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Black Friday is upon us once again. On this, an unapologetically consumerist holiday, if you want to call it that, we celebrate shopping. Commerce. Retail. Profit for the sake of... Christmas. But how did Black Friday come to be, why does it have such a chokehold on the suburbs, and how is its societal impacts and influences changing with the times…
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It's hard to get through a holiday season these days without hearing about the problematic histories behind some of our most cherished American traditions. With Thanksgiving just around the corner and the word "genocide" already all over the news and social media, we can expect this holiday season to be especially fraught with complex and difficult…
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The Guatemalan people have endured centuries of colonial rule, decades of corrupt leadership, and a CIA-backed military coup. The former banana republic has had its lands and its people exploited, and it saw its indigenous Maya population decimated by cruelty and greed. But today, there's hope for a better future in Guatemala. The people have democ…
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With the historic ousting of the now-former Speaker of the House, Kevin McCarthy, who will replace him? Also, how did the Speakership find itself just two spots away from the presidency? As the world plunges into fresh chaos, the US government's legislative branch is lagging behind in terms of a response, wasting time that we no longer have on pett…
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Last week, Azerbaijan invaded the Nagorno-Karabakh territory after a three-year-long stalemate, expelling the majority Armenian population that lived there. Technically, the land already belongs to Azerbaijan. In fact, the region exists entirely within Azerbaijan's borders. However, Armenians have a historical claim to the area as their ancestors h…
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Title: Existentialism and Exasperation: Coping with Global Uncertainty I think about death a lot, not in a morbid way, but in a reverent way. How about you? In a world where everything feels scary and somewhat hopeless, when the planet is literally revolting against human action, it’s easy and understandable to fall into despair. But maybe the lens…
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Did you catch the first Republican presidential debate last week? Full disclosure: I didn't watch it, but it got me thinking -- in a two-party system when the political spectrum has become so polarized, are debates still a necessary part of our election process? In this episode, we discuss the nature of language and communication, the ways we expre…
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What happens when a valuable natural resource is discovered in a small, foreign nation? If history is to be believed, things don’t always work out so well for the small, foreign nation – but is there a chance that they could? Guyana sits on the Atlantic coast of South America, the only English-speaking nation on the continent, populated primarily w…
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Context is lacking, and frankly, it’s a problem. Modern Context is a podcast that delves into the stories behind the headlines–the important people involved, but also the everyday people being affected; the socio-political landscapes influencing them, but also the geo-political landscapes; the ideas being pushed, and the thoughts and feelings those…
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Vous êtes olé hadash et vous vous apprêtez à intégrer Tsahal ? Sharon Uzan, volontaire effectuant son service national au sein du ministère de l’Aliya et de l'Intégration et Lauren Simanian Allouche, directrice adjointe de l’antenne régionale de Tel Aviv, vous parlent des aides dont vous pouvez bénéficier. Un grand merci au Minhal Hastudentim qui a…
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Comment le ministère de l’Aliya et de l’Intégration accompagne-t-il les olim dans leurs études et leur apprentissage de l’hébreu ? Nadine Peres et Tiffany Levy vous en disent plus dans ce nouveau numéro d’Aliya, j’écoute. Un grand merci au Minhal Hastudentim qui a participé à la mise en place de ce projet.…
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Rencontre avec Patricia Hababou, coordinatrice d’aliya et d’intégration, et Eric Uzan, responsable du budget du ministère de l’Aliya et de l’Intégration. Formation, oulpan, recherche d’emploi, conseils et accompagnement pour les démarches administratives, nos deux invités parlent de leur mission si précieuse pour aider les olim à s'intégrer au mieu…
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Travailler en Israël, en tant que salarié ou entrepreneur, comment ça marche ? Dans ce nouveau podcast d’Aliya, j'écoute, produit par le ministère de l'Aliya et de l'Intégration, Lauren Simanian Allouche, directrice adjointe de l’antenne régionale de Tel Aviv, vous aide à y voir plus clair. Un grand merci au Minhal Hastudentim qui a participé à la …
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Droits, aides et accompagnement… Dans cette nouvelle série de podcasts produite par le ministère de l’Aliya et de l'Intégration, Nadine Peres et Lauren Simanian Allouche vous parlent des premiers pas d’un nouvel immigrant lors de son arrivée en Israël. Un grand merci au Minhal Hastudentim qui a participé à la mise en place de ce projet.…
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