Building Israel

Building Israel

The building of Israel has been an ongoing project for thousands of years. From Biblical times and spanning the generations of exile, the Jewish devotion to re-establishing a sovereign Jewish state has never faltered.

The settlement and cultivation of the Land, the contributions of Jews throughout the Diaspora, the development of communities with each new wave of immigration each represent a different component of the building of a Jewish State.

To this day, the country is changing and progressing quickly, attempting to maintain a balance between our history and our contributions to the future of Israel.

We look forward to engaging you with the:

  • Historical development of ideas for building Israel
  • Conceptions of Settlement: The kibbutz, The Moshav, and the City Centers
  • Innovations in government: The development of the laws of the State
  • Expanding into the desert: Focus on the Negev and Arava
  • Technology and Science: Building through innovation

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Jerusalem 1925

Jerusalem 1925

View live images and videos taken in Jerusalem in 1925. What an amazing representation of the history of Israel, our one and only Jewish State.
The Birth of The Israeli Air Force

The Birth of The Israeli Air Force

Former World War II pilots, mostly from America, helped in forming The Israeli Air Force. Watch their story!
Dramatic Pictures From The Early Days Of Israel

The Early Days of Israel

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Israeli Technology: A World of Success

Israeli Technology: A World of Success

Can we define modern Zionism as having a prosperous Jewish state in our ancient land of Israel? How did Israel become a technological oasis? The answer is deeply embedded with Jewish culture, innovation, and pioneering.

Tags: Nationalism, History, Diaspora, Am Yisrael, Land and Nature, Arab World