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Aliyah – It Is a Lot Easier Than What GI Jew Mish is Going Through

I hope in podcasts, blog postings and tweets to give more details on the Aliyah process that I’ve gone through and will continue to go through over the coming weeks.

Dave picked up on this the other day but I just wanted to say something too. The other day I was posting on Twitter my usual defense of Israel stuff in my own sarcastic (Meryl would say snarky) way and I got a response back from someone thanking me for defending Israel. Well the respondent’s bio listed her as having been in the IDF for 4 years so I thanked her for her service REALLY defending Israel. And then I looked at her previous tweets and eventually realised that she is very ill and fighting leukemia in hospital.

And then she stopped twittering and her blog went silent and her condition deteriorated. As was written by one of the her family and friends on her blog a few minutes after she wrote to me:

Mish suffered a near fatal hemorrhage and is in critical condition.

Well it really made me think so hard about all the very minor inconveniences and hurdles I’m jumping over and how insignificant they are.

If you’re inclined to pray, please include Miryam Elisheva Bat Rachel in your prayers. She’s thankfully back on the computer and twittering again. You can read about her struggles on her blog.

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Brian of London

Brian of London is not the messiah, he's a very naughty boy. Since making aliyah in 2009, Brian has blogged at Israellycool. Brian is an indigenous rights activist fighting for indigenous people who’ve returned to their ancestral homelands and built great things.
Picture of Brian of London

Brian of London

Brian of London is not the messiah, he's a very naughty boy. Since making aliyah in 2009, Brian has blogged at Israellycool. Brian is an indigenous rights activist fighting for indigenous people who’ve returned to their ancestral homelands and built great things.
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