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PARTICIPATE (VIRTUALLY) IN THE MARCH OF THE LIVING

PARTICIPATE (VIRTUALLY) IN THE MARCH OF THE LIVING

WATCH LIVE this week ceremonies during the 30th Anniversary March of the Living broadcast from Poland and Israel. Click to see the various events and languages offered.

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Yom Ha'Atzmaut: Songs To Celebrate Israel's Independence

Yom Ha'Atzmaut: Songs To Celebrate Israel's Independence

The streets of Israel come alive in song and with joy and pride as we honor the one and only Jewish state! 65 Years!

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10 ways You can Celebrate Israel at Home this Yom HaAtzmaut

10 ways You can Celebrate Israel at Home this Yom HaAtzmaut

From watching "Cast a Giant Shadow" to teaching a friend the words of HaTikvah, Israel Forever bring you 10 ways to celebrate Yom HaAztmaut - Israel's Independence Day - at home and across the globe.

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Yom Haatzmaut: Read

Yom Haatzmaut: Read

Israel Forever’s collection of Yom Haatzmaut readings puts focus on the meaning of Israel’s Independence Day beyond a single day celebrating the miracle of the modern Jewish State.

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Yom Haatzmaut: Make a Difference

Yom Haatzmaut: Make a Difference

In celebration of Israel’s Independence we invite you to get involved and make a difference by helping us building Israel Forever

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Memory Of Our Fallen: A Nation Unites

Memory Of Our Fallen: A Nation Unites

Every year, as Yom HaZikaron arrives, native Israelis and those who moved here from the four corners of the world, unite in memory of the fallen soldiers of Israel.

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Yom HaZikaron: Israeli Families Discuss What It Means to Lose A Soldier

Yom HaZikaron: Israeli Families Discuss What It Means to Lose A Soldier

Yom HaZikaron is about remembering a larger family, about saying to each bereaved family that their child, the apple of their eye, is remembered. Their loss is our loss.

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Families have been notified

Families have been notified

“Families have been notified” is a laconic sentence used to describe an unspeakable moment. Normally fearless Israelis are terrified of this moment, the knock on the door that changes everything, forever.

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From Grief to Joy in 48 Hours

From Grief to Joy in 48 Hours

Yom HaZikaron fills our Yom HaAtzmaut with meaning – it compels us to push ahead, to continue to build, and to never take our lives, our families, or our friends for granted.

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