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Shavuot – a holiday with many meanings

Shavuot – a holiday with many meanings

Today, June 11, marks the beginning of the Shavuot festival, which will continue until sunset on June 12.
The ‘Geula’ Program: New Horizons for Young Women Leaders

The ‘Geula’ Program: New Horizons for Young Women Leaders

In Jerusalem, in the historic Ben-Gurion Hall of the World Zionist Organization headquarters, a solemn ceremony was held dedicated to the second graduation of the “Geula” program – a project for preparing young women leaders for Jewish communities in the diaspora.
Jerusalem Day – a celebration of the city’s reunification

Jerusalem Day – a celebration of the city’s reunification

Today is Jerusalem Day – a holiday that was established in Israel in 1967 to commemorate the victory in the Six-Day War and the reunification of Jerusalem.
A program to attract leading Jewish scientists has been approved in Israel

A program to attract leading Jewish scientists has been approved in Israel

Israel has announced the launch of a program aimed at attracting outstanding Jewish and former Israeli researchers to the country.
The second stream of the ‘Geula’ project has started: an international program for young women leaders

The second stream of the ‘Geula’ project has started: an international program for young women leaders

In Paris, the second stream of “Geula” — an international program aimed at preparing leaders among young women from Jewish diaspora communities — has begun.
Two Israeli universities entered the top 100 of the CWUR ranking

Two Israeli universities entered the top 100 of the CWUR ranking

Two Israeli universities have entered the TOP-100 of the best universities in the world.
The Proclamation of Independence – How It Happened

The Proclamation of Independence – How It Happened

Today, our country and Jews around the world are celebrating the 76th anniversary of the independence of the state of Israel.
Day of Remembrance of the Fallen in Wars and Victims of Terrorism

Day of Remembrance of the Fallen in Wars and Victims of Terrorism

On May 12-13, Israel commemorates one of the most somber dates in the calendar of the Jewish state — the Memorial Day for the Fallen in Wars and Victims of Terrorism.
The number of Jews in the world is still less than before the Holocaust — report of the Central Bureau of Statistics of Israel.

The number of Jews in the world is still less than before the Holocaust — report of the Central Bureau of Statistics of Israel.

On the eve of Holocaust Remembrance Day, the Central Bureau of Statistics of Israel presented updated data on the Jewish population both in Israel and around the world.
Day of Catastrophe and Heroism of the Jewish People

Day of Catastrophe and Heroism of the Jewish People

Today, May 5th, with the sunset and tomorrow, May 6th, Israel commemorates the Holocaust Remembrance Day and the Heroes of the Resistance (Yom HaShoah).
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