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Statement by AmbProsor to the UN Security Council

Section of ancient Jerusalem aqueduct exposed

21 May 2015

The lower aqueduct to Jerusalem, which the Hasmonean kings constructed more than 2,000 years ago in order to provide water to Jerusalem, operated intermittently until about one hundred years ago.

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Statement by AmbProsor to the UN Security Council

Israeli sculptor and painter Menashe Kadishman

19 May 2015

Israeli sculptor and painter Menashe Kadishman passed away this month at the age of 82. Displayed throughout the world, some of his metal sculptures can be seen in central locations in Israel. He was awarded the Israel Prize for Sculpture in 1995.

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Statement by AmbProsor to the UN Security Council

IDF Major General ditches army career for the disabled

18 May 2015

About ten years ago, Doron Almog, father of disabled Eran, left the army to found Aleh Negev, a rehabilitative village located in southern Israel, that provides severely disabled young adults the opportunity to live a rich and productive life.

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Statement by AmbProsor to the UN Security Council

Google View technology to document Israel Trail

06 May 2015

Over the next three months, SPNI's Youth Volunteers will hike the 1,100 km Israel National Trail with Google Street View Trekker cameras - the longest hiking trail photographed to Google Maps and the first stretching the length of an entire country.

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Statement by AmbProsor to the UN Security Council

Feeding Israel’s hungry from the bounty of his fields

05 May 2015

Patent attorney Sandy Colb’s farms yield 100 tons of produce per week for distribution through social-service agencies.

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Religion
Nano Bible - The smallest Bible in the world26 Apr 2015

A new exhibition gallery of the Israel Museum's Shrine of the Book opened with the display of "And Then There Was Nano: The Smallest Bible in the World", revealing to the public for the first time the world’s smallest copy of the Hebrew Bible.

Celebrating Easter in the Holy Land
Masks, rattles and Purim customs