Golda Meir served in office as the fourth Prime Minister of Israel. She was elected as Prime Minister on the 17th of March in 1969. Previously, she held offices as the Minister of Labor and as the Foreign Minister. She was often referred to as the “Iron Lady” of Israel. She resigned in 1974, the year the Yom Kippur war ended.
The ark, made by American soldiers for Holocaust survivors, helped renew Jewish prayer after World War II.
Now we are facing a new stage in the whitewashing of women in public positions.
Meir, with cigarette in hand, is seen holding her head disapprovingly as she references "that festival in Paris, the competition."
Jewish presence in Ukraine predates the first recorded use of the country’s name. Historically, though, they haven’t had an easy life for most of that time.
The first episode of 30th season features a glimpse of 'Jewish heaven.'
Before the Start-Up Nation became world-renowned, for 60 years MASHAV exported Israel’s most valuable resource: its innovative spirit.
What is Western support for “Israel’s right to exist within secure and recognized borders” worth if those borders cannot be defended?
Born 120 years ago, the fourth prime minister of the state of Israel is now celebrated in a land she once fled from in fear of pogroms and hunger.
Journalist Raviv Drucker said he was astonished at some of the things he learned while researching for his new Channel 10 series 'The Captains.'