King Solomon, author of the Book of Proverbs, teaches an incredibly valuable lesson: a word spoken can be as cherished to the soul or as healthy to the body as any spiritual or physical nourishment, as long as the words are said with care and conviction. We therefore learn from King Solomon of the tremendous importance behind a single word and how it can be used to heal worlds. Experts in the Hebrew language, the Israel Institute of Biblical Studies has tapped into new and exciting ways to teach God's Biblical language to eager students all over the world in such a way that you will find yourself filled with joy as they encourage you to discover the Hebrew expert within!
We Are Celebrating 50 Years Since Jerusalem's Reunification! Countdown to Jerusalem's Golden Jubilee: 29 Days!
One of the most recent additions to the Jerusalem skyline, the Chords Bridge is now a well-known icon located just steps away from the Central Bus Station. Also known as the Bridge of Strings, this magnificent structure resembles a harp, meant to symbolize King David's harp, the Biblical figure who claimed Jerusalem as the capital of Biblical Israel.
For the first time in over a century, a one-volume Orthodox Jewish prayer book (siddur– סדור in Hebrew) has been printed in Germany. Learn more about this incredible advance from the experts in the Hebrew language!
One of the biggest Israeli past times is truly conquering the land by exploring every inch of it on foot. Throughout every season, you'll see Israelis of all ages climbing the mountains and traveling the trails of their beloved homeland. Learn the Hebrew word for this favorite Israeli activity here!
During WWII, Jews across Europe were forced to wear different styles of Yellow Stars on the outer layer of their clothing to publicly identify them as Jews. Until this day, the images of the yellow Star of David badges elicit painful reminders of the atrocities which the Jewish people suffered during the Holocaust. Today, Jews and other lovers of Israel proudly wear the Star of David as a representation of their faith and loyalty to Israel. The Star of David has regained its status as a symbol of pride as opposed to a symbol of shame and persecution.
Hello my name is Thorsteinn from lceland my knickname is Thor. I live in Florida the reason I'm here is I was adopted as an infant but I have lived in Iceland 20 years.I have always been a big supporter of Israel the promised land Moses led the Jewish people to. And I greatly respect the Israeli military now that we have Donald Trump as our president I feel the future is bright for Israel and the USA. God Bless.