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November 21, 2003 - Image 50

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2003-11-21

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f you truly believe Israel is our
home, you have to decide to go
there." Larry Lowenthal of
Southfield spoke those words
to 50 individuals gathered for the first
meeting of Chug Aliyah, a support
group for those considering immigra-
tion to Israel.
Lowenthal now lives in Israel 50
percent of the year. This year," he
said, "we'll increase it to eight months
there and four months here. We're
getting there [permanently] a little at
a time."
Chug Aliyah is organized by Kollel
Torah Mi'Tzion of Detroit in con-
junction with Tehilla, an international
organization to promote religious
aliyah. Its second meeting will be held
Nov. 25.
Kollel Torah Mi'Tzion brings young
Israeli couples to North American
cities to promote love of Torah and
Israel. Detroit currently hosts four
Announcement of the initial meet-
ing last month was by word of
mouth. "We only expected about 20
people," said Tali Sobol of Torah
Mi'Tzion, who was delighted by the

"It's indicative of the interest in
aliyah," said Mark Nadel. The group
met at his Southfield home.
His wife, Ariella, laughed as those
attending introduced themselves and
explained why they were there. "It's
like an Alcoholics Anonymous meet-
ing," she said.
Individuals expressed their yearning
to be in Israel, with many giving
excuses for why they weren't there yet.
"We're on year 26 of our five-year
plan," said Faye Schreiber of Oak
Attendees ranged from those with
concrete immigration plans to those
"just thinking about it," there to
gather more information.
Chug Aliyah speakers at future
meetings will include directors of
Tehilla, recent immigrants and
experts in Israeli real estate. They will
provide practical information about
aliyah and life in Israel.
The first meeting featured a video
from Nefesh b'Nefesh, an organiza-
tion that recently facilitated the
arrival of planeloads of new aim
(immigrants to Israel) from North
America. The Fishers, formerly of
Southfield, were one of the families
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