JERUSALEM — More North American Jews immigrated to Israel in 2003 than in the previous year, despite the ongoing recession in the Jewish state and the ever-present threat of terrorism. In its end-of-the-year report, the Jewish Agency for Israel said that North American immigration, known as “aliyah,” rose approximately 20 percent over the previous year. Some 2,400 Americans and Canadians,…
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