Embassy of Israel in Kenya

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MASHAV is offering training programs on scholarship for 2014.
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Israel under fire - IDF responds

11.07.2014
Since June 7, at least 681 rockets have been fired at Israel from Gaza, aimed deliberately at civilian targets. IDF commences Operation Protect Edge against Hamas.
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Welcome Message

Israeli Ambassador to Kenya

Amb. Gil Haskel welcomes you to the website of the Embassy of Israel in Kenya, which is dedicated to promoting diplomatic relations, economic growth and friendship between the State of Israel and Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Malawi and Seychelles.

Contact Details

Embassy of Israel
​P.O Box 30354 - 00100
Nairobi, Kenya
Bishop Road - Opp. Fairview Hotel

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Tel:

+254 (0)20 4927500


Fax: +254 (0)20 2715966
Email:
Reception:

Mon -Thur: 8 a.m - 5 p.m 
Friday: 8 a.m - 12 p.m


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  • What is New?

    • 30.07.2014
      Since the start of Operation Protective Edge, at least 2,825 rockets have been launched at Israel, striking at the civilian population throughout the country, from north to south. Three civilians have been killed.
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    • 30.07.2014
      Three IDF soldiers killed while uncovering offensive tunnel shaft in booby-trapped residence in the southern Gaza Strip. During a 4-hour humanitarian window, 26 rockets were fired at Israel.
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    • 30.07.2014
      Despite the constant rocket fire into Israel, the Kerem Shalom crossing remains open during Operation Protective Edge, providing food and essential supplies for the residents of the Gaza Strip.
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    • 24.07.2014
      The main objective of Operation Protective Edge is to restore quiet to Israel's citizens. Israel's actions are intended solely to curtail Hamas' terrorist capabilities in Gaza and do not target the people of Gaza in any way.
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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Is it necessary to make an appointment in advance before arriving at the Embassy?
    All visits to the consular section are by appointment only. Appointments MUST be scheduled in advance either by email (consular@nairobi.mfa.gov.il) or by telephone (020-4927506). There ...
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