If the trend continues, the number arriving is expected to range between 26,000-27,000. This is 22% less than 2019, which is a record in the past ten year.
Madrid, October 10, 2010 (European News Agency). Official data shows that the number of Israeli “aliyah”, or Jewish immigrants, has increased by 31% in 2021, reflecting the 20,360 people who have arrived so far in this year. This figure is more than the 2020 15,598.
These figures were used to celebrate Aria Day, October 13.
In 2019, there were roughly 34,000 new arrivals, and approximately 20,000 in 2020. If the current trend continues, the number will drop to between 26,000- 27,000 by 2021. This is a significant decrease of 22% over 2019, and a record in the last ten year. Between 2010 and 2019, approximately 25,000 people entered the country annually.
Russia is the country that has the highest number of immigrants in 2021 (sofar 500075), followed closely by the United States (30104), France (20123), Ukraine (20123), Ethiopia (589), Belarus 780, Argentina (633), and Britain (490). Brazil (438), South Africa (373), and South Africa (373).
The minister stated, “I have been working within government to ensure that’aliyah” will not cease, even during the covid-19 panademic and confinement. Because’aliyah will make Zionist dream come true, ” he said. Pnina Tamano–Shata from Aria and Fusion in the Jerusalem Post’s comments.