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United As One for the Victims of the Meron Tragedy

United As One for the Victims of the Meron Tragedy

by Yoni Schwartzman Lag Ba'omer is usually a lively, festive holiday here in Israel. Bonfires are lit, there is dancing in the streets, and a happy energy permeates throughout the country. The holiday will now be marred by the devastation that tragically befell the...

Call to Action from Rabbi Tuly Weisz

Call to Action from Rabbi Tuly Weisz

Everyone in Israel is devastated about the tragedy that occurred on Mount Meron. We cannot comprehend the unprecedented human loss as 45 people were killed and at least 150 injured in the worst mass casualty event in Israeli history. Prime Minister Netanyahu declared...

Tuly’s Meron Message

Tuly’s Meron Message

While I love reaching out to you with good news, tragically, Israel experienced an unprecedented disaster last night that, as dear friends of the Jewish People, I wanted you to know about. Today is “Lag Ba’Omer” on the Hebrew calendar that separates Passover and...

Israel’s Borders Open

Israel’s Borders Open

We at Israel365 are ecstatic to announce that tomorrow, May 23, the country's borders will once again be open for the entry of tourists who received the covid vaccination. Tourism will open up in stages as initially, only tourists traveling in organized groups will be...

A Letter From Rabbi Tuly Weisz

A Letter From Rabbi Tuly Weisz

Dearest friends and family of Israel365, March has been a beautiful and busy month in Israel, as the Jewish people celebrated the festival of our freedom, the holiday of Passover. God performed great miracles for His nation in rescuing us from Egypt in ancient times,...

Leave A Seat For Amit

Leave A Seat For Amit

Amit Ben Yigal, age 21, was killed by a terrorist last May while on a mission to arrest members of a terror cell in the northern Samarian village of Ya’bad. Next week, his father, Baruch will celebrate the Passover Seder without his son. Baruch is asking the public to...