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      Audio: He lives in Ramat HaGolan and works in New York.


      Living two weeks at home and two weeks away, a sacrifice worth making in order to make it in Israel? Dr. Shalom disagrees.
      12/2/2012, 11:12 AM

      A7 Radio's "ALIYAH FEVER!" with Avraham Venismach & Rav Michael Cohen
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      COMING DEC. 9TH LIVE STREAMING VIDEO HANUKKAH SPECIAL WITH THE ALYIAH FEVER PODCAST!

      The Commuter!

      This is not the name of a new movie.

      “Welcome to Israel” is a greeting I personally last heard 16 years ago when I came on my flight back from my brothers Bar-Mitzvah in Toronto. Some of us hear this greeting once every few years, maybe once a year and maybe a few times a year. What about hearing it 10 times a year? That’s right!

      This is the story of olim who make, what to some of us would seem to be an unacceptable sacrifice in order to fulfill the dream to live in the Holy Land. The “commuters” live in Israel and work overseas. Dr. Shalom is one of these olim. He lives in Ramat HaGolan and works in New York.

      Is this type of life - living two weeks at home and two weeks away, a sacrifice worth making in order to make it in Israel? Dr Shalom disagrees that it is a sacrifice and says: “When I am at home during the two to three weeks, time is mine! I am able to be with my wife…with my children… with my grandson… able to learn in the morning… able to learn woodworking on my own…” Dr Shalom even said that relationships improved with the change of lifestyle that Aliyah introduced.

      After hearing Dr. Shalom I wanted to start looking for a job overseas but my wife quickly brought me back to reality. No, not everyone is built for that type of lifestyle. I for one have great respect for the commuters.

      Does it pay financially? How can one work half time and still make ends meet? Make sure to hear Dr. Shalom and his answer to this important question. It has been working for him and his family for ten years. His advice is important for all those thinking about this type of Aliyah!

      It just so happens that Dr. Shalom was in New York in the wake of the Hurricane and away from Israel during the Pillar of Defense Operation. That makes for quite an interesting trip and many keen observations. Join us and Dr. Shalom in this interesting and informative interview.

      You too may grow wings and be a frequent flyer once you hear Dr. Shalom!

      So don’t miss it!

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      Aliyah Fever is hosted by Avraham Venismach & Rabbi Michael Cohen. They present information regarding making aliyah including purchasing real estate, joining the army, obtaining employment and positive inspiration. The program airs every Wednesday from 7:00PM to 8:00PM on Arutz Sheva - Israel National Radio's English language live streaming audio feed. Avraham Venismach & Rabbi Michael Cohen help run the Aliyah and Integration program at Mechinat Keshet Yehuda. Check out what they can offer young men of army age who are interested in learning Hebrew, integrating into Israeli society, and wanting to serve on elite units in the IDF. http://www.jointheisraeliarmy.org/ Have a question, or want to be on the show for an interview? Contact these 'Aliyah Guys' at: AliyahFever@gmail.com.
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