Israeli History

Dynamic Meta widget allowed only for Posts listing source or in Post context
Symbolic depictions of each of the 12 Biblical Tribes of Israel Curious about the famous Biblical 12 Tribes of Israel? We have your primer on their origins, their significance and symbolism today, and who are their modern descendants! Biblical Origins The Tribes of Israel, or in Hebrew Shivtei Yisrael, were the descendants of the 12 sons of our Biblical patriarch [...]
Dynamic Meta widget allowed only for Posts listing source or in Post context
This weekend, millions of Americans will gather with friends and family to celebrate Independence Day on the Fourth of July. Israel commemorated the 74th anniversary of its independence earlier this year, but as one of the United States’ greatest allies, there is still plenty for Washington and Jerusalem to celebrate together. In honor of July 4, we are going to take a [...]
Dynamic Meta widget allowed only for Posts listing source or in Post context
The famous floral style of pottery known as Armenian Ceramics has been handcrafted in Jerusalem for generations, and can be found everywhere: on Judaica, tableware, building tiles, and even some street signs. Despite the name, they’re made right in the Holy City by local artisans. So what’s the Armenian connection, and how did this style become such an integral part of Jerusalem [...]
Dynamic Meta widget allowed only for Posts listing source or in Post context
It’s the anniversary of Israel’s famous Six-Day War, which took place June 5-10, 1967 – an occasion to honor the Israel Defense Forces and the brave soldiers who brought unprecedented security to Israel, unified Jerusalem, and inspired Zionism and Jewish pride all over the world! The Six Day War was launched preemptively by Israel against its neighbors Egypt, Jordan, and [...]