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Our Vision

Updated: Aug 30, 2022

Like you, we’re dreamers.

We dream of something astounding taking shape in North America. We dream of an Aliyah unlike any before.

Forty-two years before the destruction of the first Temple, Jews first made their way to Yemen. Two and a half millennia later, Yeminite Jewry was facing an ever more perilous situation, and then something astounding happened, Operation Magic Carpet: Throughout the year 1949, every day, five to six hundred Jews were airlifted from Yemen to Israel. With those 50,000 rescued Jews, a grand era in Jewish history came to a close, and a community had returned home.

Babylonia, where Jewish scholarship flourished and the Talmud Bavli was authored, was the home to a great and prestigious Jewish community for two thousand years, but by 1950 dark clouds were gathering over the synagogues of Baghdad, and then something astounding happened, Operation Ezra and Nechemia: From 1950-1951 an obscure American airline company was hired to airlift 150,000 Jews out of Iraq. Once again, another chapter in the story of exile was closed, and Iraqi (Babylonian) Jews were finally home again.

And so it was with Operations Solomon and Exodus. Jews whose lives hung in a precarious balance in Ethiopia, and Jews whose heritage, religion, and identity had been denied to them by the Soviet Union, were brought home to safety, and to the opportunity to flourish as Jews.

That’s our dream, but not quite.

While there is no denying that Jews in America and elsewhere are looking over their shoulders in a way that never existed before, our dream is never to see the face of a Jew that has to get out, but rather—

To witness a large movement of inspired, self-motivated Jewish communities making aliya from North America who become the leading edge in a massive wave of return to Zion from every corner of the Diaspora.

Because like you, we’re dreamers.

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