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Israel Market Entry

Subchapters: Market entry Forms and conditions of operation on the market Marketing and Communications Issues of intellectual property protection Public procurement market Payment terms, payment ethics and resolution of commercial disputes Visas, fees, specific conditions of travel to the territory Employment of citizens from the Czech Republic Fairs and events Market entry According to cheeroutdoor.com,… Read More »

Israel Country Information

Israel can boast of a well-deserved year-round popularity: some people come here to immerse themselves in ancient history, others to correct loosened nerves in the healing expanses of the Dead Sea (in which, by the way, you can’t really dive, the water is too dense due to salt), others – plunge into general anesthesia on… Read More »

The Contemporary History of Israel Part III

Party political development In other words, with the second Palestinian intifada, Ariel Sharon returned to the top of Israeli politics. Sharon won the prime ministerial election over Barak in 2001, and in 2003, when the change of law on direct prime ministerial elections had been reversed, he won again with Likud. But then, in November… Read More »

The Contemporary History of Israel Part II

As one of several reactions to the rising violence, in June 2002 Israel began to set up a separation barrier around Palestinian cities in the West Bank and around Jerusalem. The stated main purpose was to make it more difficult for terrorists to enter Israel. The 68-mile barrier alternates between being a high concrete wall,… Read More »

The Contemporary History of Israel Part I

Israel was established in 1948 and is therefore a young state. As the only Jewish state in the world, Israel was to be a safe haven for troubled and persecuted Jews worldwide. Facilitating Jewish immigration to the country, as well as receiving and integrating immigrants, were among the state’s most important tasks. Paradoxically, the safe… Read More »

Israeli History Part IV

Citizenship Even more than most defense forces, the IDF has been a key community builder. Regional political and military conditions have necessitated a strong defense rooted in the people, with extensive mobilization in crisis and war. The popular anchorage, carried on from the liberation war, is central to the IDF’s identity. This is reflected in… Read More »

Israeli History Part III

Throughout the state’s existence, Israel has repeatedly altered its military doctrine with regard to the alignment of its structures and systems, particularly with regard to the weighting between troop species and with the strengthening of the air defense. Already in the 1950s, great emphasis was placed on parachute training, and paratroopers played a central role… Read More »

Israeli History Part II

Development Building the defense was a priority task in the new state, which at the same time faced major challenges in several areas, not least the reception of hundreds of thousands of immigrants, most displaced from Arab states. This, at the same time, gave IDF access to crews – and Israeli intelligence access to Arab… Read More »

Israeli History Part I

The Israeli defense has its roots in semi-military Jewish self-defense groups from the years before the independence of the State of Israel, especially the underground organization Haganah, founded in 1920, and its Palmach commando forces, established in 1941. These, in turn, relied to some extent on earlier groups that held more guard than the military.… Read More »

The Establishment of the State of Israel Part II

Against the establishment of a Jewish state Known as the Balfour Declaration, the British’s support for the Zionist movement represented the first major diplomatic breakthrough for the Jewish nationalist movement. Thus, with renewed optimism, the Zionists continued their state-building project, including the organization of Jewish immigration to the area and the acquisition of Arab-owned land… Read More »

The Establishment of the State of Israel Part I

The idea of ​​a separate state for Jews arose among Jews in Europe and Russia in the 19th century. The movement for the creation of a Jewish state – the Zionist movement – achieved its dream in 1948, when the State of Israel was created. Their desire to establish a Jewish state in Palestine was… Read More »