Yesterday I had just one appointment. To the guy who’s typically booked every 45 minutes for 9-10 hours a day, five days a week, it was a miracle! I spent Wednesday in Louisville, Kentucky, meeting with the leadership of Simmons College, a historically black college whose 153-year story reads like modern Israel’s. . .
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Earlier this week on Yom HaZikaron, Israel’s Memorial Day, Israelis remembered the soldiers killed during her many wars, and all the Israelis who have died in terror attacks. Now Israelis have a place to go and remember fallen soldiers year-round: the new Memorial Hall of Israel’s Fallen.
For Israel’s Independence Day yesterday, the Israeli Air Force performed their annual flyover of the Holy Land. And they’re granting all of us the breathtaking view from inside the cockpit of one of those planes, complete with barrel rolls and other impressive maneuvers. Enjoy this stunning look at the beauty of Israel, now 70 years strong!
Ilona Feher was a renowned Jewish violinist who made aliyah (immigrated to Israel) and became a noted violin teacher there.
Our friends at Israel21c share all the ways Israelis are celebrating Israel Independence Day, which is today!