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Czech Prime Minister Andrej Babis made his first visit to Israel, as the Czech Republic, Hungary, Poland and Slovakia create greater inroads with the Jewish state.
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has forged ties with central European countries viewed as more sympathetic to Israel's struggle.
Six volunteers from the Czech Republic come to Israel to volunteer for 10 days in the Carmel Forest, an annual tradition since the great fires there in 2010.
He went even further, calling on the embassies in Tel Aviv to be moved to Jerusalem during a speech he gave in New York at a gala event by the newspaper The Algemeiner.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
Dr. Petr Suchy discusses the course he initiated at Masaryk University on Israeli innovation
By SHLOMO MAITAL
Vodicka stresses that there is nothing wrong with crossover, as long as it is done with good taste and respect for the music.
By MAXIM REIDER
Acclaimed Czech director Miroslav Janek’s latest documentary follows the lives of five youngsters suffering from Autism.
By HANNAH BROWN
IDF Duvdevan unit and Czech 601st Special Forces Group emphasize combat knowledge.
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
I, Olga Hepnarová is a drama based on the story of a 22-year-old woman who drove a truck into a group of strangers in 1973 in Prague, killing eight people.
While ties between the Czech Republic and Israel have not always been close, Prague was crucial in the establishment of the Jewish State and was its major arms supplier.
Likud MK: "You, the Czech people, are some of our dearest, closest friends."
By TAMARA ZIEVE
The Jerusalem resolution “discredits” UNESCO’s “neutrality" and “strengthens the international anti-Semitic tendencies, the politicians stated.
Within four days, the Czech government reversed its decision to remove Jerusalem as Israel's capital, but one wonders what they were thinking.
By BENJAMIN W. CORN
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