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Israel's New Year for Trees has begun! Now is the right time to start planting Fruit Trees in the Land of Israel. Watch your trees of Israel blossom into magnificent expressions of bounty and beauty. Show your love for the Land of Israel and PLANT FRUIT TREES TODAY!

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Purim Joy

Bring Purim Joy and Blessing to Israeli families who have suffered the pain and trauma of a terror attack. Your gift will touch their hearts and make the holiday celebration extra special!

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The 'Passover Partners' project connects you with the heroes of Israel who defend our freedom every day. Many soldiers spend the Passover holiday with needy families back home.

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The Chatmar Military Base in Samaria was packed on Thursday evening when busloads of American-Israeli visitors celebrated the Festival of Chanukah and the American Thanksgiving holiday with soldiers of the Israel Defense Forces, bringing gift packages of warm clothing and thousands of letters of support from around the world.

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United with Israel IDF Chanukah Party

On Thursday evening November 28, 2013 (Thanksgiving Day!), the second night of Chanukah, American and Israeli families will join Israeli soldiers on the Chatmar Shomron Military Base to celebrate Chanukah and say “Thank You” to our beloved Israeli soldiers. This army base is just a short distance from Shechem, one of the most violent and dangerous Palestinian-run cities in Samaria, known in Arabic as Nablus.

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The Jerusalem Festival is a day of recognition, education and celebration of the history of Jerusalem, the People and the Land of Israel, celebrating their contributions to the world. We share many common principles including democratic values and a call for peace. So let your voice be heard to all by joining us in support of this very special event!Sukkot is one of the pilgrimage festivals in which the Jewish nation descended upon Jerusalem for joyous celebration. We would like to invite you to come celebrate Sukkot and experience a bit of the ancient culture of Israel with us.

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