Life in Israel


Yair Lapid officially becomes Prime Minister of Israel

Yair Lapid officially became Israel’s prime minister after the Knesset dispersed itself and scheduled a November 1 election.

Israel sends six planes with humanitarian aid to Ukraine

Israel is sending six planes with humanitarian aid to Ukraine, and the...

Israeli Government launches ‘Diaspora Week’ to highlight links with Jews abroad

An Israeli Government initiative slated for next week will highlight Israel’s connection...

Foreign ministers of Bahrain, UAE, Morocco and Egypt arrive for Negev Summit

The foreign ministers of Bahrain, the UAE, Morocco, and Egypt landed in...

Singapore to open embassy in Israel after 57 years of ties

Singapore will upgrade its presence in Israel from consulate to embassy, in...

Moroccan carrier launches Israel flights after Covid delay

Royal Air Maroc took off from Morocco's economic capital Casablanca bound for...

Israeli Foreign Ministry establishes donation center to coordinate aid for Ukrainians

The Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs has established the MATAT Donation and Coordination Center with the goal of centralising and coordinating humanitarian aid initiatives and donations by Israeli civil society to the Ukrainian people.

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At UNESCO and EJC Symposium: Practical guide for educators to combat conspiracy theories launched

EJC Executive Vice-President and CEO Raya Kalenova addressed the international symposium “Addressing Conspiracy Theories Through Education” in Brussels, co-hosted by the EJC and UNESCO.