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Anti-Zionist Group with Winning Court Record Targeting Birthright Provider

In the very recent past, this anti-Zionist group went after one of the most fundamental concepts in the history of the Zionist movement in the Land of Israel: Avoda Ivrit – Jewish Labor.

War Is Looming as Thousands of Kurds in 4 Countries Take to the Streets...

All of Kurdistan's neighbors have been advancing military units towards its borders, possibly scheming to repeat the attempt in 1948 by seven Arab states to choke the fledgling State of Israel.

The Prime Minister’s Home

Which is more impressive, the austerity or the book collection?

The Regavim Plan for Restoring Order in the Negev

Regavim seeks to safeguard Israel's national lands, restore law and order to the Negev, and give the Bedouin community hope for a brighter tomorrow.

Jewish Agency Governors: Why Can’t Israelis Be More Like Us?

Why do you think you became the board of governors of the Jewish Agency? To make the Jewish State in your image? No, people, your job is to either to lead by example and settle in Israel, or to help other Jews live in Israel. It is not to preach to Israel.

President Rivlin at Liberation Jubilee Celebration: Hebron Not Obstacle to Peace

President Rivlin: 'Hebron is not an obstacle to peace, Hebron is a test of our abilities to live together, side by side.'

Roadblocks Everywhere: Updated List of Artery Closings for Trump Visit

The blocked Highway 1 is the same highway where the moving trucks with the desks and the computers and whatnot would be using should the President announce the embassy move…

The Tamar Yonah Show – Historical Interview with Ben Gurion’s Body Guard [audio]

Classic interview with a hero who lived during the war of Independence and was Ben Gurion's body guard.

President Rivlin delivering 69th Independence Day message

The President concluded by noting the importance of the support for Israel offered by so many around the world.

Netanyahu Recalls Own Family’s Holocaust Survivors

'Dozens of relatives who perished; may their memories be blessed.'

President Rivlin Mourns Photographer David Rubinger

Rubinger was the Israeli photographer who shot the famous photo of three Israeli paratroopers after the liberation of the Western Wall on the third day of the Six-Day War.

State to Court: No Need for PM to Leave Foreign Ministry

A number of Israeli prime ministers, including David Ben Gurion, held more than one portfolio, usually pairing the PM's office with the Defense Ministry.

Netanyahu Matches Ben-Gurion’s Record for Consecutive Time in Office

Interestingly, Netanyahu’s most ardent foe these days, Ehud Barak, served the shortest term in office as Prime Minister: eight months and one day.

Official Statements on the Passing of President Shimon Peres [video]

"Through his great strength of will Shimon continued to move forward, imbued with the aspiration to advance the development of the country that he loved so much, and imbued with the aspiration to bring peace."

Shimon Peres Dead at 93

During a political career that spanned 73 years, Peres served as prime minister, president, and Knesset member for 47 consecutive years, the longest anyone has served in the Israeli parliament. H

Israel’s 9th President Shimon Peres Dead at 93

Nobel Prize winner Shimon Peres, who took part in establishing Israel's security apparatus and served 48 consecutive years as MK passed away following a stroke.

The Knesset Museum That Almost Didn’t Happen

The Knesset had sold the historic building and it was slated to be destroyed!

Knesset Considers Bill to Require Zionism Course in Universities

The Knesset is reviewing a bill to require a university course that is hoped to reset the anti-Israel trend on some college campuses.

Rejuvenation: The Beginnings of Begin [audio]

What shaped Menachem Begin’s ideology? Eve Harow speaks with Yisrael Medad from Menachem Begin Heritage Center who was recently in Poland to learn about the former Prime Minister’s early life on this weeks Rejuvenation on The Land of Israel Network.

Is Jerusalem Truly Israel’s Capital?

Since the international community relies on the 1947 UN partition plan regarding the legal status of Jerusalem, it refuses to recognize Israeli sovereignty over any part of the city.

This Day in History: Prime Minister Netanyahu Wins in Direct Elections

20 years ago today, on May 29, 1996, Benjamin Netanyahu was voted in for the first time as Prime Minister of Israel, beating out Shimon Peres in direct elections.

Ben-Gurion University Sponsoring ‘Breaking the Silence’ Event (Updated)

“By standing together with the foreign agent organization ‘Breaking the Silence,’ the University forms a common front with those who bolster the BDS movement."

Yitzchak Navon, Fifth President of Israel, Dies at Age 94

The President of Israel from 1978 to 1983, unlike his predecessors, was born in Israel and unlike his successors, was a respected educator.

IDF’s New Weapon: Soaring Number of Hareidi Combat Soldiers

Hareidi soldiers will form a new combat unit, and Hareidim are being integrated into combat support positions.

Yom HaZikaron at the Gush Etzion Cemetery

The Yom HaZikaron Ceremony in the Gush Etzion Regional Cemetery was poignant and perfect.

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