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French Community in Israel - 27 Jan 2014
For Jews coming to "the Jewish state" from all corners reached by the diaspora, the move may bring relief, but it also raises challenges: a new language and culture, unfamiliar social codes and the difficulty of finding a job. With anti-Semitism rising in France, and their worries stoked by this month's killing of four Jews in a kosher supermarket in Paris, French Jews now make up the largest group of new migrants to Israel.
ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
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January 27, 2015
Members of the French community play boules at a club in Netanya, a city of 180,000 on the Mediterranean...
Netanya, Israel
Members of the French community play boules in Netanya
Members of the French community play boules at a club in Netanya, a city of 180,000 on the Mediterranean north of Tel Aviv, that has become the semi-official capital of the French community in Israel January 25, 2015. For Jews coming to "the Jewish state" from all corners reached by the diaspora, the move may bring relief, but it also raises challenges: a new language and culture, unfamiliar social codes and the difficulty of finding a job. With anti-Semitism rising in France, and their worries stoked by this month's killing of four Jews in a kosher supermarket in Paris, French Jews now make up the largest group of new migrants to Israel. Picture taken January 25, 2015. To match ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION SPORT)
ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
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January 27, 2015
Members of the French community play boules at a club in Netanya, a city of 180,000 on the Mediterranean...
Netanya, Israel
Members of the French community play boules in Netanya
Members of the French community play boules at a club in Netanya, a city of 180,000 on the Mediterranean north of Tel Aviv, that has become the semi-official capital of the French community in Israel January 25, 2015. For Jews coming to "the Jewish state" from all corners reached by the diaspora, the move may bring relief, but it also raises challenges: a new language and culture, unfamiliar social codes and the difficulty of finding a job. With anti-Semitism rising in France, and their worries stoked by this month's killing of four Jews in a kosher supermarket in Paris, French Jews now make up the largest group of new migrants to Israel. Picture taken January 25, 2015. To match ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION SPORT)
ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
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January 27, 2015
Members of the French community play boules at a club in Netanya, a city of 180,000 on the Mediterranean...
Netanya, Israel
Members of the French community play boules in Netanya
Members of the French community play boules at a club in Netanya, a city of 180,000 on the Mediterranean north of Tel Aviv, that has become the semi-official capital of the French community in Israel January 25, 2015. For Jews coming to "the Jewish state" from all corners reached by the diaspora, the move may bring relief, but it also raises challenges: a new language and culture, unfamiliar social codes and the difficulty of finding a job. With anti-Semitism rising in France, and their worries stoked by this month's killing of four Jews in a kosher supermarket in Paris, French Jews now make up the largest group of new migrants to Israel. Picture taken January 25, 2015. To match ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION SPORT)
ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
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January 27, 2015
Members of the French community play boules at a club in Netanya, a city of 180,000 on the Mediterranean...
Netanya, Israel
Members of the French community play boules in Netanya
Members of the French community play boules at a club in Netanya, a city of 180,000 on the Mediterranean north of Tel Aviv, that has become the semi-official capital of the French community in Israel January 25, 2015. For Jews coming to "the Jewish state" from all corners reached by the diaspora, the move may bring relief, but it also raises challenges: a new language and culture, unfamiliar social codes and the difficulty of finding a job. With anti-Semitism rising in France, and their worries stoked by this month's killing of four Jews in a kosher supermarket in Paris, French Jews now make up the largest group of new migrants to Israel. Picture taken January 25, 2015. To match ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION SPORT)
ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
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January 27, 2015
Allyn Bonnenfant, a member of the French community, carries a tray of croissants in her patisserie in...
Netanya, Israel
Allyn Bonnenfant carries a tray of croissants in her patisserie in Netanya
Allyn Bonnenfant, a member of the French community, carries a tray of croissants in her patisserie in Netanya, a city of 180,000 on the Mediterranean north of Tel Aviv, that has become the semi-official capital of the French community in Israel January 25, 2015. For Jews coming to "the Jewish state" from all corners reached by the diaspora, the move may bring relief, but it also raises challenges: a new language and culture, unfamiliar social codes and the difficulty of finding a job. With anti-Semitism rising in France, and their worries stoked by this month's killing of four Jews in a kosher supermarket in Paris, French Jews now make up the largest group of new migrants to Israel. Picture taken January 25, 2015. To match ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION FOOD)
ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
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January 27, 2015
A tray of pastries is seen at a patisserie belonging to members of the French community in Netanya, a...
Netanya, Israel
A tray of pastries is seen at a patisserie in Netanya
A tray of pastries is seen at a patisserie belonging to members of the French community in Netanya, a city of 180,000 on the Mediterranean north of Tel Aviv, that has become the semi-official capital of the French community in Israel January 25, 2015. For Jews coming to "the Jewish state" from all corners reached by the diaspora, the move may bring relief, but it also raises challenges: a new language and culture, unfamiliar social codes and the difficulty of finding a job. With anti-Semitism rising in France, and their worries stoked by this month's killing of four Jews in a kosher supermarket in Paris, French Jews now make up the largest group of new migrants to Israel. Picture taken January 25, 2015. To match ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION FOOD)
ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
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January 27, 2015
A member of the French community works in a patisserie in Netanya, a city of 180,000 on the Mediterranean...
Netanya, Israel
A member of the French community works in a patisserie in Netanya
A member of the French community works in a patisserie in Netanya, a city of 180,000 on the Mediterranean north of Tel Aviv, that has become the semi-official capital of the French community in Israel January 25, 2015. For Jews coming to "the Jewish state" from all corners reached by the diaspora, the move may bring relief, but it also raises challenges: a new language and culture, unfamiliar social codes and the difficulty of finding a job. With anti-Semitism rising in France, and their worries stoked by this month's killing of four Jews in a kosher supermarket in Paris, French Jews now make up the largest group of new migrants to Israel. Picture taken January 25, 2015. To match ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION FOOD)
ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
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January 27, 2015
A member of the French community sits in a patisserie in Netanya, a city of 180,000 on the Mediterranean...
Netanya, Israel
A member of the French community sits in a patisserie in Netanya
A member of the French community sits in a patisserie in Netanya, a city of 180,000 on the Mediterranean north of Tel Aviv, that has become the semi-official capital of the French community in Israel January 25, 2015. For Jews coming to "the Jewish state" from all corners reached by the diaspora, the move may bring relief, but it also raises challenges: a new language and culture, unfamiliar social codes and the difficulty of finding a job. With anti-Semitism rising in France, and their worries stoked by this month's killing of four Jews in a kosher supermarket in Paris, French Jews now make up the largest group of new migrants to Israel. Picture taken January 25, 2015. To match ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION FOOD)
ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
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January 27, 2015
Members of the French community pray in a synagogue in Netanya, a city of 180,000 on the Mediterranean...
Netanya, Israel
Members of the French community pray in a synagogue in Netanya
Members of the French community pray in a synagogue in Netanya, a city of 180,000 on the Mediterranean north of Tel Aviv, that has become the semi-official capital of the French community in Israel January 25, 2015. For Jews coming to "the Jewish state" from all corners reached by the diaspora, the move may bring relief, but it also raises challenges: a new language and culture, unfamiliar social codes and the difficulty of finding a job. With anti-Semitism rising in France, and their worries stoked by this month's killing of four Jews in a kosher supermarket in Paris, French Jews now make up the largest group of new migrants to Israel. Picture taken January 25, 2015. To match ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION RELIGION)
ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
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January 27, 2015
People walk in Netanya, a city of 180,000 on the Mediterranean north of Tel Aviv, that has become the...
Netanya, Israel
People walk in Netanya
People walk in Netanya, a city of 180,000 on the Mediterranean north of Tel Aviv, that has become the semi-official capital of the French community in Israel January 25, 2015. For Jews coming to "the Jewish state" from all corners reached by the diaspora, the move may bring relief, but it also raises challenges: a new language and culture, unfamiliar social codes and the difficulty of finding a job. With anti-Semitism rising in France, and their worries stoked by this month's killing of four Jews in a kosher supermarket in Paris, French Jews now make up the largest group of new migrants to Israel. Picture taken January 25, 2015. To match ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION SPORT)
ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
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January 27, 2015
A member of the French community in Israel holds Euros at a currency exchange booth in Netanya, a city...
Netanya, Israel
A member of the French community in Israel holds Euros in Netanya
A member of the French community in Israel holds Euros at a currency exchange booth in Netanya, a city of 180,000 on the Mediterranean north of Tel Aviv, that has become the semi-official capital of the French community in Israel January 20, 2015. For Jews coming to "the Jewish state" from all corners reached by the diaspora, the move may bring relief, but it also raises challenges: a new language and culture, unfamiliar social codes and the difficulty of finding a job. With anti-Semitism rising in France, and their worries stoked by this month's killing of four Jews in a kosher supermarket in Paris, French Jews now make up the largest group of new migrants to Israel. Picture taken January 20, 2015. To match ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: POLITICS BUSINESS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
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January 27, 2015
Jewish tourists from France, who say they plan to move to Israel, sit on the beach in Netanya, a city...
Netanya, Israel
Jewish tourists from France sit on beach in Netanya
Jewish tourists from France, who say they plan to move to Israel, sit on the beach in Netanya, a city of 180,000 on the Mediterranean north of Tel Aviv, that has become the semi-official capital of the French community in Israel January 20, 2015. For Jews coming to "the Jewish state" from all corners reached by the diaspora, the move may bring relief, but it also raises challenges: a new language and culture, unfamiliar social codes and the difficulty of finding a job. With anti-Semitism rising in France, and their worries stoked by this month's killing of four Jews in a kosher supermarket in Paris, French Jews now make up the largest group of new migrants to Israel. Picture taken January 20, 2015. To match ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
REUTERS/Amir Cohen (ISRAEL - Tags: TRAVEL POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
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January 27, 2015
An immigrant's certificate and a passport are seen on top of a piano as newly arrived immigrants from...
Jerusalem, Israel
Newly arrived immigrants from France play a piano at Ulpan Etzion in Jerusalem
An immigrant's certificate and a passport are seen on top of a piano as newly arrived immigrants from France play it at Ulpan Etzion, the original residential school and absorption centre, which has taught Hebrew to tens of thousands of immigrants since 1949, in Jerusalem January 20, 2015. For Jews coming to "the Jewish state" from all corners reached by the diaspora, the move may bring relief, but it also raises challenges: a new language and culture, unfamiliar social codes and the difficulty of finding a job. With anti-Semitism rising in France, and their worries stoked by this month's killing of four Jews in a kosher supermarket in Paris, French Jews now make up the largest group of new migrants to Israel. Picture taken January 20, 2015. To match ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION EDUCATION)
ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
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January 27, 2015
A welcome sign and an Israeli flag hang at Ulpan Etzion, the original residential school and absorption...
Jerusalem, Israel
A welcome sign and an Israeli flag hang at Ulpan Etzion in Jerusalem
A welcome sign and an Israeli flag hang at Ulpan Etzion, the original residential school and absorption centre, which has taught Hebrew to tens of thousands of immigrants since 1949, in Jerusalem January 20, 2015. For Jews coming to "the Jewish state" from all corners reached by the diaspora, the move may bring relief, but it also raises challenges: a new language and culture, unfamiliar social codes and the difficulty of finding a job. With anti-Semitism rising in France, and their worries stoked by this month's killing of four Jews in a kosher supermarket in Paris, French Jews now make up the largest group of new migrants to Israel. The words on the board read, "Welcome to the Ulpan Etzion campus." Picture taken January 20, 2015. To match ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION EDUCATION)
ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
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January 27, 2015
Newly arrived immigrants from France (from L to R) Alexandre Pequito, Myriam Bibas and Aurelie Serraf,...
Jerusalem, Israel
Newly arrived immigrants from France study Hebrew in Jerusalem
Newly arrived immigrants from France (from L to R) Alexandre Pequito, Myriam Bibas and Aurelie Serraf, all of whom are from Paris, study Hebrew at Ulpan Etzion, the original residential school and absorption centre, which has taught Hebrew to tens of thousands of immigrants since 1949, in Jerusalem, January 20, 2015. For Jews coming to "the Jewish state" from all corners reached by the diaspora, the move may bring relief, but it also raises challenges: a new language and culture, unfamiliar social codes and the difficulty of finding a job. With anti-Semitism rising in France, and their worries stoked by this month's killing of four Jews in a kosher supermarket in Paris, French Jews now make up the largest group of new migrants to Israel. Picture taken January 20, 2015. To match ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY IMMIGRATION EDUCATION)
ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
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January 27, 2015
Newly arrived immigrants from France, Charly Nahmani (C), David Gurion and his sister Saloma (R), take...
Jerusalem, Israel
Newly arrived immigrants from France take a break from Hebrew class in Jerusalem
Newly arrived immigrants from France, Charly Nahmani (C), David Gurion and his sister Saloma (R), take a break from Hebrew class at Ulpan Etzion, the original residential school and absorption centre, which has taught Hebrew to tens of thousands of immigrants since 1949, in Jerusalem January 20, 2015. For Jews coming to "the Jewish state" from all corners reached by the diaspora, the move may bring relief, but it also raises challenges: a new language and culture, unfamiliar social codes and the difficulty of finding a job. With anti-Semitism rising in France, and their worries stoked by this month's killing of four Jews in a kosher supermarket in Paris, French Jews now make up the largest group of new migrants to Israel. Picture taken January 20, 2015. To match ISRAEL-MIGRATION/FRANCE
REUTERS/Ronen Zvulun (JERUSALEM - Tags: POLITICS EDUCATION SOCIETY IMMIGRATION)
FRANCE-SHOOTING/
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January 13, 2015
Mourners gather for the burial ceremony in Jerusalem for the victims of last Friday's attack on a Paris...
Jerusalem, Israel
Mourners gather for the burial ceremony in Jerusalem for the victims of last Friday's attack on a Paris...
Mourners gather for the burial ceremony in Jerusalem for the victims of last Friday's attack on a Paris grocery, January 13, 2015. The bodies of four French Jews, Yohan Cohen, Yoav Hattab, Philippe Braham and Francois-Michel Saada, killed in an attack on a Paris kosher grocery have been flown to Israel for burial in Jerusalem on Tuesday. REUTERS/Ammar Awad (JERUSALEM - Tags: OBITUARY)
FRANCE-SHOOTING/
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January 12, 2015
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrives at the Hyper Cacher kosher supermarket January 12,...
Paris, France
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrives at the Hyper Cacher kosher supermarket near Porte...
Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrives at the Hyper Cacher kosher supermarket January 12, 2015 near the Porte de Vincennes in Paris, where four hostages were killed on Friday. On the wall (L) we can read the four names among the 17 victims of the shootings by gunmen from last week's terror attacks in France along with "I am Hyper Cacher, I am a Policeman, I am Charlie." Jewish schools and synagogues in France have been promised extra protection, by the army if necessary, after killings by Islamic militants in Paris, the head of the community's umbrella group said on Sunday after a meeting with the French President. REUTERS/Yves Herman (FRANCE - Tags: CRIME LAW POLITICS CIVIL UNREST SOCIETY)
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