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On November 1, 2005, the United Nations adopted a resolution which set January 27 as an international day of commemoration to honor the victims of the Holocaust. This year's theme: "The Holocaust and Human Dignity".
Jews are once again being targeted for being Jews. Around the world, Jewish communities are increasingly living in fear. Anti-Semitism is directed against individual Jews, and we also see this hatred directed against the collective Jew, the Jewish state.
Forgot to wish the trees a happy new year? Monday may be your second chance. The Jewish holiday of Tu b’Shevat marks the start of spring in Israel, and is a time to thank God for fruit. It’s called the New Year of the Trees.
For the 400,000 residents of Tel Aviv, Israel's very own Sin City, priorities include basking in the sun, finding the best espresso, and partying all night long.
American actor Michael Douglas and Jewish Agency head Natan Sharansky will visit three U.S. university campuses to talk about Israel and modern anti-Semitism.
The Consulate General of Israel in Los Angeles is one of Israel’s largest diplomatic missions in the world. It covers the entire Southwest region of the United States including Arizona, Southern California, Colorado, Hawaii, Nevada, Utah, and Wyoming. The Consulate is an official office of the Government of Israel. Our many departments work hand in hand striving to provide the best of Israel and strengthen the already deep bonds between Israel and the Southwest region.