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The first country to recognize Israel after its declaration of independence in 1948, the United States, was also the first to formally recognize Jerusalem as its capital.
Redemption comes little by little. There is still much more to be seen.
A total of 1,048 students and staff from Bialik College in Melbourne gathered to form the shape of the emblem of the State of Israel on Thursday.
Sixteen men and women lit 12 torches at the annual Independence Day ceremony in Jerusalem, under the theme of the “Israeli Spirit.”
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
A montage of the newly colored logos was posted on Facebook ahead of the Yom Haatzmaut holiday.
The IAF has been practicing for the flyby in recent days ahead of Independence Day.
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
Dr. Ruth Wolf discusses how Israel and the UN are working together to put
an end to poverty and promote sustainability.
By AARON REICH
The ministry's safety guidelines emphasized some instructions for insuring the public's safety during celebrations.
Ahead of this week’s Remembrance and Independence days, we look back at a first-hand account of the war that made Israel a reality.
By TOM TUGEND
The fly-overs across the country will take place on during the later part of Thursday morning as part of the 71st Independence Day celebrations.
By ILANIT CHERNICK
The struggle for an independent homeland began in earnest in both cases towards the end of the second decade of the 20th century.
By JANE BIRAN
Miri Regev surprises singer with the news at Herzliya show.
By HAGAY HACOHEN,HANNAH BROWN
Few non-Jews and even fewer British soldiers are regarded as highly in Israel as Orde Charles Wingate.
By HILLEL KUTTLER/ JTA
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