Useful Israel Links

Bellow are a number of links that can help make your Aliyah process a little smoother than mine. Also included are a number of links for people wanting to spend time living in Israel on long-term programs or simply want to become more involved with Israel.

Aliyah Organizations

Merkaz Hamagshamim

Nefesh B’Nefesh

AACI

The Jewish Agency

UJIA

Volunteer and Israel Programs

Otzma

Birthright

Sar El

Magen David Adom

WUJS

News Portals

The Jerusalem Post

Haaretz Newspaper in English

YNET News in English

Globes Business News

Sha’ar La’Matchil – Newspaper with easy Hebrew

Israel 21C
Times of Israel


Popular Radio Stations

Galgalatz and Gali Tzahal

IDF

IDF Home Page

IDF Enlistment

Mahal

IDF Home Front Command


Employment

Israemploy

AACI Employee List

Aliyah Job Center

Career Jet

Ulpan (Hebrew Classes)

Israeli Ministries

Absorption Ministry

Internal Ministry

Universities

IDC

Tel Aviv University

Hebrew University

Technion

Haifa

Bar Ilan

Ber Sheva

Getting Around & Living

Egged Bus Company

Dan Bus Company

Israel Railways

Post Office

Homeless (apartments & second hand items)

Yad2 (apartments & second hand items)

Hebrew Translation

Make a link recommendation in the reply section.

Responses

  1. Hi Jessica,

    UJIA is and organisation that has been working with Olim from the UK, Australia, New Zealand and Scandinavia for about 25 years and I was hoping that you would be able to add our website to your “Useful Links”. http://www.ujia.org.il

    If you require more information, please feel free to contact me.

    Thanks and all the best.

    Good luck with the blog
    Ronen Goldman
    ronen@ujia.org.il
    02 563 4822

  2. I’ve put together a lot of resources for living in Israel (apartments, jobs, transportation, movie listings, etc. ) on The Big Felafel (http://thebigfelafel.com) , especially the Essentials section, but the whole blog is pretty much one big bag of tips for living in Israel. good luck with your aliyah adventures..

  3. Israel Easy is a blog of unsolicited recommendations gleaned from listservs posted by Anglos. It’s the whom to call, what to do, where to go and how to do just about anything in Israel, easy, tried & true.

  4. Check out this very useful website; http://www.anglo-list.com – it is full of practical information and tips on making aliyah and living in Israel. Paying your bills, shopping, education, housing, employment and so much more. The website is supported by a Facebook page as well. The site is in English, but has a translation facility and is accessible in 50 different languages.

  5. Hi,

    I wanted to recommend the site http://www.resumes.co.il/
    for the page at your site.

    It’s a free Israeli website with resume samples and various information and tips about resume writing.
    Hope you will add the website.

    Thanks,
    Doron Tromer

  6. Just launched!!
    Ehebrew is the new free Hebrew online dictionary by subject.
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  7. Join the mailing list here for amazing free Hebrew phrase sheets on every subject. The phrases are practical and useful on a day-to-day basis.

  8. Visit IsraelEasy.blogspot.com !

    If you’ve been helped by Israel Easy

    then be the 100,000 visitor to
    israeleasy.blogspot.com!
    94,999 & counting…..on YOU!!

  9. A friend of mine is Looking for cheap flights from Tel Aviv to Johannesburg and/or Cape Town…any advice?

  10. TheShuk.co.il is an online marketplace specifically designed to make it easier for Anglos in Israel to buy secondhand from one another.

  11. Howdy! This is my first comment here so I just wanted to give a quick
    shout out and say I truly enjoy reading through your posts.

    Can you recommend any other blogs/websites/forums that cover the same
    subjects? Thanks!

  12. Looking for a place to stay while away from home?
    A great apartment in the middle of Tel aviv for short terms.
    דירה-להשכרה-לתקופה-קצרה.co.il


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