Amid a growing surge in immigration, many entrepreneurs in Israel and beyond are being assisted by immigrant entrepreneurs.
While many entrepreneurs are in their 20s, the age of many of the newcomers is also increasing.
One entrepreneur in particular, Nour El-Sayed, is in her 60s, but she has had to make some tough choices in her life.
El-Saysa is one of the immigrants that is benefiting from the government’s new initiative.
In the past, El-Shalom’s company, El Hala, received government grants to develop an e-commerce platform and to hire some of the country’s top talent, which made it a priority to help entrepreneurs.
El Sayed and her husband have been living in Israel for more than a decade, but their family is now in the United States.
El-Sheikh, a Palestinian-Israeli-American, moved to the United Kingdom in 2016 after working in Israel.
The couple also had to decide whether to continue working in the country after the war, or return to their home country.
El Al-Sala, an American-Israeli entrepreneur who is also a doctor, was a natural for this job because she had an excellent track record of being a doctor in the Middle East.
El An-Salyoun, a former Israeli Army soldier, has been in the U.S. for more years than he cares to admit, but he decided to make the move after he was diagnosed with cancer.
He said he had to choose between his two countries, as well as his family and his job.
He has been working in Silicon Valley and has an excellent network of investors, but the company is in the process of relocating to Israel.
El Shishak, who is a Muslim-Israeli Israeli entrepreneur, had to come to the U, but it was a difficult decision.
He wanted to start a family with his wife and daughter in Israel, but after living there for so many years, he was unable to take care of his wife.
He chose to stay in Israel because he is proud of the Israeli people.
I can’t go back to the country that made me who I am today.
This is not about money.
I am not going back to Israel for the money.
In fact, I am going back because I love it here, and I am proud of it.
El Shammar, a Canadian entrepreneur, said that when he came to Israel in 2011, he realized he had lost his way in life.
His father died, and he was struggling with his identity.
In order to survive, he went to school in a refugee camp and graduated with a degree in computer science.
In 2012, he opened a business called El Shabat.
The business started in a small village near Tel Aviv.
Today, El Shavit is one the most popular online-commerce sites in Israel with millions of visitors each month.
El Agha, a Syrian-American entrepreneur, was one of those who made the difficult decision to move to Israel because she was struggling to find work.
She left Syria in 2013, and moved to Israel after working for the American Embassy in Tel Aviv for several years.
El Agha said she was in her 20s when she moved to Jerusalem and then to Tel Aviv, but her decision to come here has paid off.
She now works in a different field, and she is also an avid reader.
She said she is proud to be an American.
We are all immigrants, but we are American first and foremost, and we all belong to the same family, El Agham said.