Tel Avivâ€™s 100th Birthday Celebration
April 2009 will mark the 100th anniversary of the city of Tel Aviv. Tel-Aviv (The official full name is “Tel-Aviv Yafo”), which was a small neighborhood founded by 66 families on the shore of the Mediterranean Sea in 1909 is today the center of culture, economics and society in Israel. Continue reading ‘Tel Avivâ€™s 100th Birthday Celebration’
Over the past 60 years, thanks to efficient water management and intensive R&D, Israel has been successfully overcoming water scarcity. This led to the development of many companies that introduced innovative water technology products.
Did you know for example that Israel, with a 75% water recycling rate, is the world’s #1 water recycler while the second largest water recycler is Spain with a rate of 12%.
Today, Israel continues to develop innovative water technologies and the Israeli government motivate these Israeli water-technology companies by helping them market all their products & services to the world in order to position Israel as the leading provider of advanced solution for the global water market. Continue reading ‘Israel’s NEWTech’
Today, Israel celebrates 60 years of independence.
This day will be marked with many events. Some traditional events held on Israel Independence Day are The International Bible Contest, Israel Prize, IDF Parade and other national ceremonies.
Moreover, many projects will take place throughout Israel’s 60th year and we’ll be here to let you know about them so stay tuned. Continue reading ‘Yom Ha’atzmaut’
Holocaust Remembrance Day 2009
Marking Holocaust Remembrance Day, Yad Vashem (the Holocaust martyrs’ and heroes’ remembrance authority in Israel) uploaded new material to their website.
A special new mini-site, including online exhibits, photos, video clips and educational material explore this year’s theme, Children in the Holocaust. Keep reading ‘Holocaust Remembrance Day 2009′
Maccabiah (18) Chai
The 18th Maccabiah games will take place on July 12-23 , 2009.
The 18th Maccabiah is going to be the largest Maccabiah ever. About 5,000 Jewish athletes are supposed to arrive from abroad and they will join to 2,000 Israeli athletes, which will make the Maccabiah the world’s third largest sporting event after the Olympic games and the Universiada.
The J.L.TV network will broadcast for the first time the Maccabiah games live to the USA in a $500,000 estimated contract.
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Travel & Study With MASA Israel Journey
While Taglit-Birthright Israel provides the first time 10-days-trip gift for young Jews from all over the world, there is a complementary program for those who seek for a little more. If you want to spend more time in Israel, volunteering & studying, there’s something for you – MASA. Keep reading ‘Travel & Study With MASA Israel Journey’