Teshuvah for Aliyah uses Hebrew words. Teshuvah means "return", as used in the context of repenting or returning to the faith of our ancestors. Aliyah means "ascending", as used in the context of ascending or returning to the Promised Land.
Teshuvah for Aliyah is the Premium Reparations Labor Union Membership for those seeking reparations in order to return to Israel and other parts of Africa. The membership is premium because these are the ones who will receive reparations first, in order to fulfill the prophecy of Genesis 15 and facilitate their resettlement in the Promised Land.
This level of membership is reserved for those who:
- Meet the eligibility requirements for General Membership in that you have at least 1 great-grandparent who was an African enslaved, or the descendant of an African enslaved during the Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade to the United States of America; and,
- Want to repatriate to any part of Africa, including the Land of Israel, in or around 2019.
- You must be a U.S. citizen, although you need not currently reside in the United States.
- Black Jews seeking to return to the Land of Israel must also meet the legal requirements for Israel's Law of Return.
The cost of Aliyah Premium Membership is $80 per year. During the first year of union membership, $10 of the annual dues will be applied to opening a Reparations Labor Union credit union savings account in the member's name. During subsequent years of membership, $5 of the annual dues will be applied to the member's credit union savings account. (Of course, the member is encouraged to save more than the minimum credit union account balance.)
Aliyah Premium Membership includes being among the first labor union members to receive reparations, $10 towards the opening of the labor union's credit union savings account through which reparations would be disbursed, a quarterly newsletter, preferred voting rights, discounts on paid admission to union events, and admission to online Judaism conversion/reversion/re-gathering classes that prepare black Jews for meeting the legal requirements of Israel's Law of Return.