For more than seventy years the US government developed and revised its attitude toward Zionism and Israel. Using published archives, press conferences, speeches and numerous interviews, this compilation of 50 quotations traces how American views of Zionism and Israel changed.
The CIE timeline contains more than 900 entries, following Jewish History through Jewish identity in the diaspora, Zionism, to contemporary issues in Israel. Search by year or by a subject through time.
Timelines are visual tools which help learners understand how events and concepts unfold in historical chronology. They are especially helpful at providing insight into how events impact each other.
Cronologia selecionada e resumida da história do conflito israelense e árabe-israelense no período entre 1897 e 2021
Sung or recited on Passover, the original Dayenu is reflective appreciation of 14 significant events specifically wrapped around the exodus from Egypt. The Dayenu presented here chronicles Jewish history from Exodus to the present day. This history can be read individually or responsively. Different moments and personalities in Jewish history could have been included. Hebrew and Spanish versions of Dayenu are available.
Cantado o recitado durante la Pascua, el Dayenu original es una apreciación reflexiva sobre los 14 importantes eventos, específicamente envueltos alrededor del éxodo de Egipto. El Dayenu presentado aquí relata la historia judía desde éxodo hasta la actualidad. Esta historia puede ser leída individualmente o de manera responsorial. Diferentes momentos y personajes en la historia judía podrían estar incluidos. Las versiones del Dayenu en hebreo y español se encuentran disponibles.
This timeline includes maps, photos, and hyperlinks to documents and sources also found on the website. There are four dozen hyperlinks age appropriate for teens and older.
A timeline of the events leading up to and the conclusion of the Six-Day War in June 1967
The Jewish people have a 3,000-year history with the city of Jerusalem as a political, economic, religious and cultural center. In ancient times, the city housed the First and Second Temples where Jews from throughout the Land of Israel and the growing Diaspora made regular pilgrimages.