Last Updated on January 3, 2022
Yom Ha’Atzmaut – Israel’s Independence Day
Yom Ha’Atzmaut, Israel’s Independence Day is celebrated in the spring, on the 6th Iyar in the Hebrew calendar.
Yom Ha’Atzmaut background & traditions – days of sorrow leading up to a joyful celebration.
Cool facts and figures – things you never knew about Israel
Declaration of Independence
The Official Translation of the Declaration of Independence by the Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
- Looking at some of Israeli’s top hi-tech companies their innovations and achievements.
- Start-up nation or an industrial powerhouse – 5 Israeli success stories
- Some of Israel’s best inventions
- Best round the BBQ Yom Ha’Atzmaut jokes, one-liners and quips
- Best Jewish jokes that will have you rolling on the floor
Words to- and history of- Israel’s national anthem – HaTikvah (The Hope)
Yom HaAtzmaut Barbecue – Mangal
- Best beef cuts for your ‘mangal’
- Try fish on the barbecue
- Yom HaAtzmaut first aid! How to tell when your steak is ready
- It is traditional to have a barbecue lunch on Yom HaAtzmaut. If meat is not your thing, try this vegetarian burger.
- The Awesome Naf Naf – an Israeli & Middle Eastern grill phenomena
- Favorite barbecue recipes
Yom Hazikaron – Memorial Day for the Fallen
From deep sorrow to joy – Memorial Day for the Fallen Soldiers of Israel and Victims of Terror precedes Yom HaAtzmaut.
Unto every person there is a name
Every year on Holocaust Remembrance Day (Yom HaShoah), the Knesset holds the “Unto Every Person There is a Name” ceremony in the Chagall State Hall