French Jewish Immigration to Israel
French Jewish Immigration to Israel

The Washington Post commissioned me to photograph a story about French Jewish Immigration to Israel, following the terror attack on Charlie Hebdo and Hyper Cacher in Paris. Read the story online

Authors: William Booth and Ruth Eglash

Photo Editor: Greg Kendall-Ball

Photo caption: The Hebrew letters of the alphabet are seen on the wall behind a French Jewish immigrant, during a Hebrew lesson at Ulpan Morasha, a government run, educational center where new immigrants learn Hebrew, in Jerusalem, Israel, on January 14, 2015.

French Jewish Immigration to Israel
French Jewish Immigration to Israel

A map of the state of Israel is seen on the wall behind a group of French Jewish immigrants, during a Hebrew lesson at Ulpan Morasha, a government run, educational center where new immigrants learn Hebrew, in Jerusalem, Israel, on January 14, 2015.

French Jewish Immigration to Israel
French Jewish Immigration to Israel

Jean-Charles Bensousson, a Jewish immigrant from Lyon, France, poses for a photograph at Ulpan Morasha, a government run, educational center where new immigrants learn Hebrew, in Jerusalem, Israel, on January 14, 2015.

French Jewish Immigration to Israel
French Jewish Immigration to Israel

A French Jewish immigrant (L) holds an open notebook which contains French and Hebrew words and sentences as he listens to teacher Martin Gabriel (R) during a Hebrew lesson at Ulpan Morasha, a government run, educational center where new immigrants learn Hebrew, in Jerusalem, Israel, on January 14, 2015.

French Jewish Immigration to Israel
French Jewish Immigration to Israel

A notebook belonging to a French Jewish immigrant, which contains French and Hebrew words and sentences is seen during a Hebrew lesson at Ulpan Morasha, a government run, educational center where new immigrants learn Hebrew, in Jerusalem, Israel, on January 14, 2015.

French Jewish Immigration to Israel
French Jewish Immigration to Israel

Tamar Abessira, Advisor on French Affairs to the Mayor of Jerusalem and owner of Tamar Israel real estate agency, poses for a photograph at her office, in Jerusalem, Israel, on January 14, 2015.

French Jewish Immigration to Israel
French Jewish Immigration to Israel

French Jewish immigrants are seen working at Projectsia International Call Center, in Jerusalem, Israel, on January 14, 2015.

French Jewish Immigration to Israel
French Jewish Immigration to Israel
French Jewish Immigration to Israel
French Jewish Immigration to Israel
French Jewish Immigration to Israel
French Jewish Immigration to Israel
French Jewish Immigration to Israel
French Jewish Immigration to Israel

The Washington Post commissioned me to photograph a story about French Jewish Immigration to Israel, following the terror attack on Charlie Hebdo and Hyper Cacher in Paris. Read the story online

Authors: William Booth and Ruth Eglash

Photo Editor: Greg Kendall-Ball

Photo caption: The Hebrew letters of the alphabet are seen on the wall behind a French Jewish immigrant, during a Hebrew lesson at Ulpan Morasha, a government run, educational center where new immigrants learn Hebrew, in Jerusalem, Israel, on January 14, 2015.

French Jewish Immigration to Israel

A map of the state of Israel is seen on the wall behind a group of French Jewish immigrants, during a Hebrew lesson at Ulpan Morasha, a government run, educational center where new immigrants learn Hebrew, in Jerusalem, Israel, on January 14, 2015.

French Jewish Immigration to Israel

Jean-Charles Bensousson, a Jewish immigrant from Lyon, France, poses for a photograph at Ulpan Morasha, a government run, educational center where new immigrants learn Hebrew, in Jerusalem, Israel, on January 14, 2015.

French Jewish Immigration to Israel

A French Jewish immigrant (L) holds an open notebook which contains French and Hebrew words and sentences as he listens to teacher Martin Gabriel (R) during a Hebrew lesson at Ulpan Morasha, a government run, educational center where new immigrants learn Hebrew, in Jerusalem, Israel, on January 14, 2015.

French Jewish Immigration to Israel

A notebook belonging to a French Jewish immigrant, which contains French and Hebrew words and sentences is seen during a Hebrew lesson at Ulpan Morasha, a government run, educational center where new immigrants learn Hebrew, in Jerusalem, Israel, on January 14, 2015.

French Jewish Immigration to Israel

Tamar Abessira, Advisor on French Affairs to the Mayor of Jerusalem and owner of Tamar Israel real estate agency, poses for a photograph at her office, in Jerusalem, Israel, on January 14, 2015.

French Jewish Immigration to Israel

French Jewish immigrants are seen working at Projectsia International Call Center, in Jerusalem, Israel, on January 14, 2015.

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