About Israluv

The meaning behind the title of the blog- a sabra is a Jewish person born during the time of the establishment of the State of Israel.

I knew I wanted to move to Israel the moment I stepped off the plane in Israel at age 12 and it took me another 12 years to get here. This blog is about my decision to move to Israel and my absorption into Israeli society.

This is my story of growing up, finding myself, challenging myself and building a life with my love, Eitan and our family.

I moved from New York to Israel in the summer of 2004 and have never looked back. Except when I smell Dunkin Donuts cawfee. And then I might trip over myself trying to get a cup.

I work with startups and I am passionate about building startups and making the entrepreneur’s vision a reality.

This is my journey.. come ride along with me.

Header on my blog was provided by a dear friend, Ron Shoshani from here

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One Response to “About Israluv”

  1. Hi,
    I’m writing from the Spokesperson’s Office in the Ministry of Aliyah and Immigrant Absorption in Jerusalem. We’re creating a blog roll of interesting blogs written by Olim to Israel, on all different subjects, to help new Olim and those considering Aliyah to learn about life in Israel. We would like to list your blog, Sabra at Heart, on this blog roll, which will be posted on the Ministry’s social media and possibly our website.

    Please let me know if that would be acceptable to you.

    Best,
    Ziva Shachar
    New Media Manager
    Spokesperson’s Office
    Ministry of Aliyah and Immigrant Absorption

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