History

Josef Tal, composer in 1939 with Palestine Conservatory of Music Orchestra

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Josef Tal – A Courageous Israeli Composer

A composer who made aliyah (immigrated to the Holy Land), Josef Tal created classical music for the modern state of Israel.

Chiune Sugihara

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He Who Saves One Life, Saves the Entire World

A Japanese diplomat during World War II, Chiune Sugihara issued visas to thousands of Jewish refugees in Lithuania, saving them from certain death at the hands of the Nazis.

Jane Haining, Scottish missionary killed at Auschwitz

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Jane Haining – Here on the Way to Heaven

Jane Haining, a Scottish missionary who cared for Hungarian Jewish children and died at Auschwitz concentration camp.

Avraham Avigdorov

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A Hero of Israel

Avraham Avigdorov was an IDF soldier whose bravery during Israel's War of Independence earned him the highest Israeli military decoration.

Leopold Socha, Righteous Gentile who worked in sewers of Lwow

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Safety in the Sewers

An inspector of the sewers in Lwow, Poland, and a Righteous Gentile, Leopold Socha used the sewage system to hide 20 Jews from the Nazis.

Et-Tell in West Bank, thought to be ruins of biblical city of Ai

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Photo Friday: A Desolate Place to This Day

The archaeological site of Et-Tell in the Holy Land is thought to be the Canaanite city of Ai, destroyed by the Israelites in the biblical book of Joshua.

Gilad Shalit salutes PM Netanyahu upon his return from captivity, October 18, 2011

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The Lord Does Not Despise His Captive People

Captured by Palestinian terrorists via their sinister terror tunnels, Gilad Shalit was held prisoner by Hamas for five years.

Gold coins found by IAA, August 2020

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A Treasure Trove Found in the Holy Land

Israeli young people volunteering with the Israeli Antiquities Authority before joining the IDF uncovered a hoard of 1,100-year-old gold coins.

Iraqi Jews at Lod Airport in Israel after Operation Ezra and Nehemiah, 1951

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Operation Ezra and Nehemiah

Named after the two biblical figures who led the Israelites back to the Holy Land after exile in Babylon, Operation Ezra and Nehemiah returned more than 100,000 Iraqi Jews to Israel.

IAF and German Air Force fly over Dachau, August 2020

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Flying Over Dachau

The Israeli Air Force (IAF) and its German counterpart joined together in a historic flyby over Dachau concentration camp.

Suzanne Spaak

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Serving in the Struggle Against Nazism

A member of the French Resistance during World War II, Suzanne Spaak gave her life in order to oppose the Nazis and save the lives of Jewish children.

Sikorsky CH-53 helicopter of IAF 118th Squadron

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IAF ‘Night Riders’ Squadron Turns 50

Five members of the IAF 118th Squadron share the group's history over the past half century of service to Israel.

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