The raising of the Ink Flag was a historic and now-famous moment in the 1948 War for Independence.
In 1991, the Israeli government set out on a covert mission to bring members of the Ethiopian Diaspora to the Jewish state.
A video of breakdancing IDF soldiers has gone viral on Facebook.
The Iron Dome is a platform designed to intercept rockets--only a few years old, and made possible thanks to $200 million in defense funds from the US.
In 1967, three IDF soldiers were among the first Israelis in a generation to see the Western Wall firsthand.
Israel boasts some of the world’s most breathtaking scenery. Pair that with Orthodox music sensation Matisyahu and you’ve got the makings of a viral hit.
Mount Herzl is the resting place of some of world Jewry’s most beloved figures, from Rabin and Meir to Herzl himself, the man for whom the site was named.
David Ben-Gurion was the first prime minister of Israel—a keen political mind who possessed a way with words.
With literally thousands of years of history, the Jewish state is a treasure trove of cultural landmarks you won't want to skip on your next visit.
Though not every US president traveled to Israel while in office, the unique and enduring bond between the US and Israel has never been in question.