Consulate General of Israel to the Southeastern United States in Atlanta

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Consulate General of Israel to the Southeastern United States
1100 Spring St. N.W. Suite 440
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
1180

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Tel: (404) 487-6500
Fax: (404) 487-6555
Email:
Reception:

Monday - Friday: 09:30-12:30PM

 

 


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Statement by AmbProsor to the UN Security Council

Murder Indictments for the Dawabshe family in Duma

05.01.2016

According to the indictment, in the years 2009-2013, Jewish activists carried out various "Price Tag" actions against Muslims and Christians simply because of their religious or national affiliations.

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Statement by AmbProsor to the UN Security Council

Wave of Terror Through March 2016

09.03.2016

The recent series of attacks against Israelis is the direct result of incitement by radical Islamist and terrorist elements, calling on Palestinian youth to murder Jews.

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Welcome

Welcome to the Consulate General of Israel to the Southeast.  As an official representative office of the Government of Israel we work to further relationships with national and local political, economic, cultural & academic organizations. 

Our jurisdiction covers the great states of Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina and South Carolina.

 
  • Latest News

    • 09.03.2016
      Taylor Force, 29, who had served in Iraq, Afghanistan, was on school program in Israel; his wife was severely injured in stabbing spree — the day’s third terror attack
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    • 09.03.2016
      PM Netanyahu: I see your visit here as an opportunity for us to further strengthen the partnership between Israel and the US, anchored in common values. Vice Pres Biden: You never need to doubt that the United States of America has Israel's ...
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    How can peace be achieved?
    The dream of a future in which Israeli and Arab children can grow up free from the threat of war and the fear of terrorism unites all Israelis. However, the long history of failed negotiati ...
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