Tel Aviv welcomes world-class squash event

The British installed squash courts at their army bases. When the State of Israel was declared, they became part of the air force and the pilots became the Jewish state's first squash players.

2019 Maccabi World Union Congress
Maccabi World Union Congress opens in Israel

Around 350 members of the organization arrived in Israel from North and South America, Europe, the former Soviet Union, Australia and South Africa.

‘LET’S DEBATE the meaning of the Zionist Idea today – in Israel and the Diaspora, then compare notes
A common memory and a common destiny

We need to preserve our heritage and nation by building a new creative link in the wonderful chain of Jewish continuity.

An icy blast set to hit August in Jerusalem

Russian ice dancers Cirque de Glace will wow the capital with chilly acrobatics.

A spirit of unity

The 20th Maccabiah draws a record 10,000 athletes from 80 countries.

Morris Kahn
Morris Kahn: Honorary Maccabiah president is a modern Maccabean hero

From Kahn’s successes in the world of business he was able to dedicate more of his life to his true calling: helping people and the environment.

Natan Sharansky
Grapevine: The rule of law vs the court of public opinion

The reason that it was so important to him to convey the Kaddish to Sharansky was because it was the Kaddish that had opened his own eyes and his heart to his heritage.

The 20th Maccabiah came to an end last night with a spectacular closing ceremony in Latrun.
IN PICTURES: Maccabiah ends with spectacular ceremony

The 20th edition of the Jewish Olympics come to a close after two weeks of exciting competition

Maccabiah 2017
Maccabiah game action concludes ahead of closing ceremony

Finals were played across the country, including in Jerusalem, Ra’anana, Netanya, Kibbutz Gezer, Ramat Gan and Tiberius.

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