|Israel’s Independence Day|
Israel Independence Day - Yom Ha'Atzmaut is celebrated annually on the anniversary of the establishment of the State of Israel on 5 Iyar.
The day preceding this celebration is devoted to the memory of those who gave their lives for the achievement of the country’s independence and its continued existence.
This proximity is intended to remind people of the heavy price paid for independence. On this day the entire nation remembers its debt and expresses eternal gratitude to its sons and daughters who gave their lives for the achievement of the country’s independence and its continued existence.
“After Remembrance Day, the State of Israel celebrates its 64th birthday. The unbreakable bond between Remembrance Day and Independence Day underscores the fact that our dear ones who fell in Israel’s wars did not fall in vain. Thanks to them, the State arose. Thanks to them, the State of Israel will continue to develop and prosper, and thanks to them the members of the younger generation will also be able to live their lives in security and tranquility,” Israel’s Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said.Please login or register to see the full article