Israelis in the Diaspora

-Can Israelis become at home in the Diaspora? (Zeek)

-And, for those expat Israelis, what of the next generation? (Haaretz)

-And a look at how Israelis are managing to get integrated into Westchester, where “the Israeli community is not as tightly knit� as in Queens, Tenafly, or Great Neck. (The Jewish Week)

-David Suissa has four rather different encounters in LA with Israelis. (Jewish Journal)

-Israelis tourists in places like New Delhi, Cyprus, Thailand, and Nepal have gotten the reputation as boors and dopers, and Rabbi Micha Odenheimer is trying to do something about it. (The Jewish Week)

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