Einat Wilf


Fund More Than Just Aliyah Efforts

By Einat Wilf

Born in Israel, I was raised to believe in the absolute primacy of Jewish life in Israel and in aliyah as the only legitimate choice for Jews living a life of exile outside it. It is only as a teenager that I encountered a somewhat different view of aliyah.Read More


Let the WJC Live Up To Its Name

By Einat Wilf

In the Jewish world, as elsewhere, old structures are cracking in the face of new challenges. Most of these structures, unable to adapt to a new age, will break and be overtaken by new ones now being devised in the minds of young activists sitting in cafés in the world’s major cities. A select few will succeed in adapting and transforming themselves, privileged to continue writing an illustrious history in a new century.Read More






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