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 This is a really cool artsy shopping center just outside the Old City in Jerusalem, Israel. The Places Youll Go, Places To Visit, Israel Travel, Promised Land, Holy Land, Old City, Adventure Is Out There, Shopping Center, Beautiful Places

The Martha Stewart Blog : Blog Archive : My Journey to Israel and Day One

If you follow me on Twitter, then you know that I just returned from a whirlwind trip to Israel. The purpose of my journey was to attend a wedding and also to

Moshe Dayan - Israeli general and politican, victor in the 1967 Six Day War, wore an eye patch because he was shot in the eye while fighting Vichy forces with the British Army during in Syria Israel History, Jewish History, World History, Tel Aviv, Der Richter, Israel Palestine, Great Leaders, Holy Land, British Army

Photos of Moshe Dayan - Find A Grave Memorial

Israel General. He was the commanding Israeli officer during the Six Day War and later served as Israeli Defense Minister.

This is arguably the most famous photo taken since Israel’s creation. After years of the Western Wall being out of control of Israel, these soldiers were among the first to liberate the landmark. Israel History, Jewish History, Jewish Art, Jewish Music, Arte Judaica, Naher Osten, East Jerusalem, Jerusalem Israel, Reunification


We proudly bring you Jewish voices from around the globe who share their experiences and perspectives on the significance of Israel in their lives. Strengthen your connection by engaging with the personal Israel, share your own memories, get inspired through the incredible stories, reflections, and insights on The Israel Forever Blog.

A female Jewish fighter from the Israeli War of Independence during the late Women played and continue to play a pivotal role in the Israeli military (from Beach Bum). Warrior Spirit, Xena Warrior, Women In History, World History, Idf Women, Home Guard, Jewish History, Female Soldier, African Women


To the men and women that stay up with you on those late, assiduous nights, coaxing you into an awe....

Israel's Iron Lady unfiltered: 17 Golda Meir quotes on her birthday Indira Gandhi, Women In History, World History, Israel, Golda Meir, Jewish History, Great Women, World Leaders, People Of The World

Tall, austere and with her life’s hardships reflected in her face, her formidable appearance was matched by an equivalent personality that was honest, straightforward and single minded. In 1972, outraged at the lack of public action in respect of the murder of Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympics, she ordered the Mossad to hunt down and assassinate suspected leaders of Black September and the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine. Golda Meir died in 1978 of leukemia, aged 80.

Vignettes from Rosh Hashana in Israel, 1948 Israel History, Jewish History, World History, Israel Palestine, Jerusalem Israel, Naher Osten, Independence War, World Conflicts, Defence Force

Vignettes from Rosh Hashana in Israel, 1948

Zipporah Porath, better known as Zippy, just celebrated her 90th birthday in in her adopted country, Israel.

The Seashell Lottery and the Birth of Tel Aviv, Israel Israel History, Jewish History, Naher Osten, Tel Aviv Israel, National Movement, Mount Of Olives, Today In History, France Photos, New City

The Founding of Tel Aviv

Encyclopedia of Jewish and Israeli history, politics and culture, with biographies, statistics, articles and documents on topics from anti-Semitism to Zionism.

The King David Hotel after being bombed by Irgun, 1946 [[MORE]] “ The King David Hotel bombing was a terrorist attack carried out on Monday July 1946 by the militant Zionist underground. Hotel King, Israel History, Jewish History, Eilat, Tel Aviv, Roi David, Naher Osten, King David, Great Hotel

The picture was published in the Jerusalem Post after the bombing of the King David Hotel by the Irgun - 1946.