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Yishai and Malkah talk about Yom Ha'atzmaut on the Mount of Olives and the outlaw of popular mobile app Whatsapp by the Iranian Government.
Site-seeing crowds overwhelmed at least four heritage sites on this Yom Ha'Atzma'ut, prompting officials to close their doors on Israel's Independence Day.
A full-page advertisement reproducing Israel’s Declaration of Independence appeared in The New York Times and USA Today.
The purpose of the video is to inspire Jews around the world while reminding them of the significance and miracle of the Jewish State.
Community officials say Yom HaAtzma'ut celebration will be 'non-political', but Bay Area remains hub of pro-Palestinian activity
Nira Lee grew up in Tempe, Arizona as a Zionist but firmly planted in the USA, until she saw the destruction following the Second Lebanon War during a visit to Israel. Now she is Lieutenant in the IDF.
The Interdisciplinary Center at Herzliya launched the Daniel Pearl International Journalism Institute on Wednesday, named for The Wall Street Journal reporter who was kidnapped...
Yishai and Rabbi Shimshon Nadel broadcast from a bustling Jerusalem street to discuss the Torah significance of Yom Haatzmaut.
Take 740 gallons paint, let a Yemenite Chabadnik work day and night for three weeks and – presto – see a huge Israel flag display in Eilat that can be seen from Jordan.
The young folks in olive green came to investigate, first one by one and then in droves.
The 55-minute film, titled ‘Israel Inside’ and hosted by former Harvard lecturer Dr. Tal Ben Shahar, explores the core strength of Israelis that has enabled them to succeed against incredible odds.
President Shimon Peres: "Our mutual unwavering commitment to each other is crucial. The young generation's commitment to our state is essential as our shared tomorrow will be defined by innovation. As partners of our nation, your ability to secure a future defined by scientific development and discoveries is vital to our shared mission."
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