Just in time for Yom Ha'Atzmaut, Israel Independence Day, April 20/5 Iyar
Join us on a journey through the last 70 years to discover how Israel has become one of the most creative and innovative countries in the world. Our fascinating timeline of accomplishment is the first part in a special multimedia package we've created to celebrate Israel's 70th anniversary.
By: TPS From United With Israel
Officials from the IDF and the US Army praised the close relationship they had built, bolstered by the recent Juniper Cobra training operation in Israel.
More than 2,500 US personnel and 2,000 IDF troops have concluded the 2018 Juniper Cobra, a bilateral military exercise that brings together tactical and operational personnel from both armies every two years for a series of joint drills.
By Eliana Rudee for ThecultureTrip.com
You probably know that Passover is a Jewish favorite: with matzo pizza, four cups of wine, reunions with friends and family, and hopefully some time off of work and school. It’s undeniably a great holiday. But there’s a lot you may not know about Passover in Israel. Friends, fear not! We’ve got you covered.
By Alex Weisler for eJewishPhilanthropy
As high-profile women around the world step into the spotlight for International Women’s Day, it’s critically important to remember those women at the grassroots who are changing individual lives and the course of the societies they live in.
Tali Eliyaou is one of those women, and today she is shaping the lives of young Israeli women, and others, at risk.
From United with Israel
Watch as a brave Palestinian reunites with the Jews whose lives he saved after they were attacked upon entering an Arab neighborhood in Hebron!
In 2015, five Jewish students from Brooklyn entered the Palestinian neighborhood of Jabal Johar after having been misdirected there by the navigational system Waze on their way to the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron.
by Jenn Virskus for FromtheGrapevine
Tiny portable camera allows people to read newspapers, go shopping and recognize loved ones.
A new device made up of a tiny camera, an earpiece and a very powerful wearable computer could drastically improve the lives of some 21 million Americans living with a visual impairment.
OrCam is not primarily a mobility aid, so it won’t replace a cane, but what it can do is help a wearer recognize and interpret the world around them by reading printed text off a variety of surfaces and recognizing products and faces.
From Israel Video Network
Criticize Israel all you want, but THIS is what they are really doing
Israel is on its way to curing some of the most well known diseases such as Alzheimer’s and Crohn’s disease. For such a small country, their constant medical breakthroughs are astonishing. And this recent one deserves a major applause. If the world wants to boycott Israel, then they don’t deserve to benefit from any of these medical advances, including this new one.