About Aliyah

The Israeli Law of Return entitles every Jew, every child of a Jew, every grandchild of a Jew and their non-Jewish spouses as well as dependent children of grandchildren of Jews to immigrate to Israel (“make Aliyah”). Aliyah is Hebrew and means “[spiritual] ascent”. There are nine denominations of core Median Judaism, these are the Alawites, Alevis, Alians, Bektashis, Druze, Khaksaris, Shabaks, Yarsanis and Yezidis none of which is yet officially recognized as Jewish by the State of Israel.

The experience of exile and the passage of time (27 centuries since the Assyrian deportations) caused a disconnect and breakdown in communication between the two branches of Judaism. The Aliyah Organization is determined to reconnect the two main branches of Judaism; Southern Jurisdiction of Judah (including Rabbinic Judaism) and the Northern Jurisdiction of Israel (including Median Judaism). The Northern Jurisdiction has not yet been afforded Aliyah rights due to the breakdown in time and space with the Southern Jurisdiction which for the most part tragically lost knowledge of the whereabouts of the denominations of the Northern Jurisdiction due to practices of religious dissimulation by the latter. 

Please note that none of the seven Crypto-Jewish denominations of Median Judaism in the Middle East officially claims to be Jewish as this knowledge is kept profoundly secret by top religious leaders. 24-34 million adherents of Median Judaism would offer a great contribution to Israel’s Jewish demographics in boosting Israel’s population to between 30 million and 40 million. Adherents of Median Judaism have a precarious existence in the Middle East and live under increasing pressure from political Islam (Islamism) and are in need of relocation to open society.