About the Aliyah Organization

Daniella Bartfeld (b. 1974) is the founding director of the Aliyah Organization. Daniella Bartfeld is a self-taught, unaffiliated intelligence analyst and neoconservative intellectual with focus on affecting change in the Middle East through influencing international diplomatic action. Read more…

The Aliyah Organization seeks full Israeli recognition of descendants of the Assyrian-deported Israelite tribes

The purpose of the Aliyah Organization is to present the facts about the descendants of the Assyrian-deported Israelite tribes (Alawites, Alevis, Alians, Bektashis, Druze, Khaksaris, Shabaks, Yarsanis and Yezidis), bring about their official recognition (by state and by rabbinate) in Israel as full Jews with full Aliyah rights and bring them all on Aliyah to Israel. Aliyah is the process of Jewish immigration to Israel and means “[spiritual] ascent” in Hebrew. 

Many descendants of the Assyrian-deported Israelite tribes suffer oppression and sometimes persecution in their current countries of residence in the Middle East and Israel as always needs more Jewish immigration.  

The Aliyah Organization seeks to collect and bring forth the facts in terms of anthropology and comparative religion by highlighting how Jewish practices are differently embedded in the respective social and religious matrices of the various denominations of Median Judaism yet still fundamentally constitute normative Judaism.

The Aliyah Organization is a project of Daniella Bartfeld which endeavors to bring out the facts about core Median Judaism and its nine denominations: Alawism, Alevism, Alianism, Bektashism, Druzism, Khaksarism, Shabakism, Yarsanism and Yezidism. The Aliyah Organization is committed to educating the public about the Judaic character of Median Judaism.

The Aliyah Organization seeks to bring historical change to Israel and the Middle East by laying the intellectual foundations for mass Aliyah (Jewish immigration to Israel) of tens of millions of adherents of Median Judaism in the Middle East. By laying out the facts about the Judaic character of Median Judaism in the Middle East can the ground be prepared for official Israeli recognition of Median Jews as full Jews with full Israeli immigration rights under Israel’s Law of Return.