Commissions - The Washington Post - French Jewish Immigration to Israel
Commissions - The Washington Post - 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.

Commissions - The Washington Post - French Jewish Immigration to Israel
Commissions - The Washington Post - 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.

Commissions - The Washington Post - French Jewish Immigration to Israel
Commissions - The Washington Post - 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.

Commissions - The Washington Post - French Jewish Immigration to Israel
Commissions - The Washington Post - 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.

Commissions - The Washington Post - French Jewish Immigration to Israel
Commissions - The Washington Post - 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.

Commissions - The Washington Post - French Jewish Immigration to Israel
Commissions - The Washington Post - 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.

Commissions - The Washington Post - French Jewish Immigration to Israel
Commissions - The Washington Post - French Jewish Immigration to Israel

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

Commissions - The Washington Post - French Jewish Immigration to Israel
Commissions - The Washington Post - French Jewish Immigration to Israel
Commissions - The Washington Post - French Jewish Immigration to Israel
Commissions - The Washington Post - French Jewish Immigration to Israel
Commissions - The Washington Post - French Jewish Immigration to Israel
Commissions - The Washington Post - French Jewish Immigration to Israel
Commissions - The Washington Post - French Jewish Immigration to Israel
Commissions - The Washington Post - 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.

Commissions - The Washington Post - 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.

Commissions - The Washington Post - 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.

Commissions - The Washington Post - 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.

Commissions - The Washington Post - 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.

Commissions - The Washington Post - 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.

Commissions - The Washington Post - 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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