national service israel

Ceremony honors Israel's fallen National Service members

Mk Orbach promises to work for National recognition of those who fell during service.

Israeli President Reuven Rivlin, MK Avigdor Liberman, family and friends attend the funeral of Yehos

Outstanding volunteers recognized at Presidential ceremony

"Each of you has your own way of serving the public," said Rivlin. "You are our hope for the future."

Key to changing next Israeli government: Communication with haredim

Until now, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has been the only option for the haredi parties.

Current Lone National Service Volunteers helped by ‘Ori' program.

For the first time ever, non-citizens will be able to do National Service

Previously, only those with Israeli citizenship could apply for National Service positions.

Employees, mostly veterans of military computing units, use keyboards working at a cyber hotline

Mossad, Shabak: New cyber warfare training for national service girls

The "take-off" program has been running for several years, providing software engineering students with additional training in the cyber field

Corona crisis an opportunity for National Service

Some good things have emerged in Israeli society during this period, including countless cases of people giving assistance, volunteering and sharing mutual responsibilities.


Gantz alludes to broader legislation for national service

“We will not wait for enlistment rates to decline further… all Israeli citizens will need to be somewhere in the puzzle of this model,” Gantz said.

A Jewish woman and a Palestinian one hugging in the Ramallah Muqata'a, November 28, 2019

Jewish, Arab, Druze youth to commemorate Holocaust together in Yad Vashem

The event's goal is to create solidarity among all groups within Israeli society, using the memory of the Holocaust as a link to create empathy and tolerance.

Current Lone National Service Volunteers helped by ‘Ori' program.

Nefesh B’Nefesh launches ‘Ori’ to assist Lone National Service Volunteers

‘Ori’ - Hebrew for 'my light' - provides Lone female volunteers with guidance, support, social programming, advocacy, a help desk and crisis support.

The march for Ori Ansbacher.

Thousands sing and cry in march for Ori Ansbacher

The organizers of the march called the event “A City Wrapped in Light,” in reference to her first name, which means light.

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