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For the fifth consecutive year, the Israeli terminal ranked among leading airports in the Airports International Council's regional category ranking


Former Israeli President Chaim Herzog's book The Arab-Israeli Wars has been published in the Greek language by Linaios Publishing House, with a special introduction by Isaac Herzog and Michael Herzog. Updated by Shlomo Gazit and translated by Markellos Linaios, this acclaimed book tells the story of the Arab-Israeli conflict since the establishment of the State of Israel in 1948, covering all the major events, such as: The War of Independence (1948-1949), The Sinai Campaign (1956), The Six Day War (1967), The War of Attrition (1967-1970), The Yom Kippur War (1973), Operation 'Entebbe' (1976), Operation 'Osirak' (1981), The Lebanon War (1982-2000), The First Intifada (1987-1993), The First Gulf War (1990-1991), The Oslo Process (1993-2000) and The Second Intifada (2000-2003).

"About 100 people gathered at the Korean Ambassador's residence H.E. Mr Il-Soo Kim and wife Mrs Moonkyung Son on the evening of January 18, for a celebration of Korean culture, marking the beginning of the year of the 50th anniversary of the diplomatic relations of Israel and Korea. The evening, organized by the Korean Embassy jointly with iAsia website, included an open dialogue with the Ambassador of Korea in Israel, Mr. Ilsoo Kim, and a Korean cooking demonstration performed by Mrs. Moonkyung Son, the Ambassador's wife.

The evening started with short presentations by Ms. Tali Tessler, member of the Israeli Youth Delegation to Korea, in which prominent Israelis under the age of 35 can take part. The members of the program get to visit Korea and meet fellow Koreans who share common interests, mainly in the fields of politics, economics and culture.

Some 2,000 parents came to the first Israeli conference on special needs in the haredi community, a topic that not long ago was swept under the rug.

Alei Siach founder Rabbi Chaim Perkal addresses thousands of parents at the conference.

A special poster exhibition is part of an international project to encourage design students from around the world to express their views on the issue of remembering the Holocaust.

Yad Vashem