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Popular singers, local elected officials and children's events will take place at the annual festival celebrating the Jewish state's independence.
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.
The World Bible Contest is an annual competition between representatives from over 30 countries in which their knowledge on the Bible is tested on live television.
Prior to the ceremony, they all lined up for honor guard inspection by Rivlin and Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Aviv Kochavi near the entrance to the presidential complex.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
“The price of our freedom was purchased in blood,” Deri said.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF
One photo shows Arab soldiers at the Port of Haifa surrendering to Israeli forces, who then raised the Israeli and Navy flags at the Haifa port for the first time in history.
By ZACHARY KEYSER
A montage of the newly colored logos was posted on Facebook ahead of the Yom Haatzmaut holiday.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Sergeant Tuvia Yanai Weissman did not return to his wife and daughter. However, he saved one life and protected many more.
By CPT. A.Y. KATSOF
"For me, Independence Day is the festival of festivals," Zarka told The Jerusalem Post.
By EYTAN HALON
Rachelle Frankel, Iris Yifrach, and Bat-Galim Shaer, were brought together in the summer of 2014 after Hamas operatives kidnapped and murdered their three teenaged sons.
By ZACK EVANS
How do I love thee? Let me count the ways... again this year... in no particular order
By BARBARA SOFER
In 1950, more than a million Israelis celebrated the nation’s second birthday.
By DAVID GEFFEN
"The choice of Marie Nahmias to celebrate the 71st Independence Day represents Israel’s open heart at its best."
By ROSSELLA TERCATIN
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