Section This Day, In Jewish History : 24JEWISH ALERTS large selection in each section

Golda Meir part 1

13.08.2013

based on the historic road to statehood of one of our allies

Golda Meir part 2

13.08.2013

based on the historic road to statehood of one of our allies

Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir in Washington (Sept 25 1969)

06.07.2012

President Richard Nixon welcomes Israeli Prime Minister Golda Meir to the White House on September 25, 1969.
A meeting about Washington’s most secretive foreign policy matters:
Israel’s nuclear program.

Herzog speech on Zionism makes history

16.11.2009

On November 10, 1975, the UN General Assembly adopted Resolution 3379, which determined that “Zionism is a form of racism and racial discrimination.” Following the resolution’s adoption, Herzog, then Israel’s ambassador to the UN, took the podium and delivered an address that is considered to this day one of the most important speeches in the history of Israeli diplomacy.

1956 interviews with Ben Gurion, King Hussein, Nasser

21.04.2010

1956 interviews with Ben Gurion, King Hussein, Nasser

Israel at 65: IDF soldiers and children rehearse Israel’s national anthem

14.04.2013

Recent Ethiopian olim join children from rocket-battered areas near Gaza, and Israel Defense Forces soldiers to rehearse Israel’s national anthem, ‘Hatikva’ (The Hope) on Mt. Herzl in Jerusalem prior to the nation’s 65th Memorial and Independence Day

This Day in Jewish History / A painter of Rothschilds and Rothschild of painters dies

On February 26, 1882, the German-Jewish painter Moritz Daniel Oppenheim died, at the age of 82. Oppenheim was probably the first Jewish artist in .

This Day, February 25, In Jewish History by Mitchell A. Levin

161 BCE: Jewish soldiers led by Judah Maccabee defeated Nicanor, the Syrian general who had boasted that he would destroy the Temple and 

This Day in Jewish History / Aleinu prayer prohibited in Castile

This Day in Jewish History / Aleinu prayer prohibited in Castile. King bans prayer believing that the line uttered toward the end of each daily service 

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