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General Zionists Confederation signs co-op deal with Hanor Hazioni

The two organizations have joined forces to send 35 representatives to the World Zionist Congress, set to take place in Jerusalem in October.

THE MANAGEMENT team at Anchor Steel and Conveyor Company, 1965

The takeover of the Levites and emergence of a Jewish elite

As he planted the seeds for a new anchor of Judaism – Zionism, Herzl recognized the importance of having an elite.


The legacy of Theodor Herzl lives on in Chicago school

The Herzl School of Excellence still teaches about the school's namesake, with the motto "Visionary of the Jewish State" appearing on school sweatshirts and sports team uniforms.

The Opening of the 26th World Zionist Congress in Jerusalem in 1964.

U.S. Zionist Congress 2020 elections: What are they and why are they important?

Many consider the World Zionist Congress the “parliament of the Jewish people.”

Joe Liberman at the Herzl Conference on October 30, 2019.

Joe Lieberman at Herzl Conference: I see storm clouds gathering on American support for Israel

The former senator and Democratic nominee for vice president expressed his concern over recent statements by Democratic presidential hopefuls Elizabeth Warren, Pete Buttigieg and Bernie Sanders.

The cover of the August 30 edition of The Jerusalem Post Magazine

Netanyahu: We have surpassed Herzl's vision

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has written a letter to The Jerusalem Post Magazine, reflecting on Theodor Herzl's vision

Herzl’s ‘Altneuland’ can be used as a mirror to judge our society today

In an interview with the ‘Magazine’, historian Shlomo Avineri shares his thoughts on the significance of Herzl, the vision he articulated in his seminal work and how it is reflected in today's Israel


Learning firsthand about Theodor Herzl...

... from my grandfather Rabbi Jacob Koppel Goldbloom (1872-1961), a forgotten Zionist activist


On the 70th anniversary of Mount Herzl – the national temple

Over the generations, Jews ascended to Jerusalem and stood in front of the stones of the Western Wall, the last remnant of the Temple.


Statehood and spirit: Rabbi Abraham Isaac HaCohen Kook

Rabbi Abraham Isaac HaCohen Kook made aliyah two months prior to Herzl’s death and was appointed rabbi of Jaffa and the colonies. As part of his position he was requested to eulogize Herzl.

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