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1992 attack on Israeli embassy in Buenos Aires

The attack on the Israeli embassy in Buenos Aires was a suicide bombing attack on the building of the Israeli embassy of Argentina, located in Buenos Aires, which was carried out on 17 March 1992. Twenty-nine civilians were killed in the attack and 242 additional civilians were injured. The attack On 17 March 1992, at 2:42 pm (UTC-3), a pickup truck driven by a suicide bomber and loaded with explosives smashed into the front of the Israeli Embassy located on the corner of Arroyo and Suipacha, and detonated. The embassy, a Catholic church, and a nearby school building were destroyed....

1994 London Israeli Embassy attack

The 1994 London Israeli Embassy attack was a car bomb attack on 26 July 1994 against the Israeli embassy building in London. 20 civilians were injured. The attack A car packed with 20 to 30 pounds of explosives parked in front of the embassy blew up minutes after the driver left it. The blast, which caused widespread damage, was heard over a mile away. Apart from damage to the embassy building, shop windows were blown out. The attack took place one day after King Hussein of Jordan and Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Rabin met in Washington to discuss a Jordan-Israel peace treaty....

Israeli National Maritime Museum

The National Maritime Museum (HaMuze'on HaYami HaLe'umi) is a maritime and Archaeological museum in Haifa, Israel. The museum was founded in 1953, based on the private collection of its founder and first director, Aryeh Ben- Eli. In 1972, the museum moved to its current premises near the northern beachhead of Mount Carmel, between Stella Maris and Bat Galim neighborhoods. Nearby are the Israeli Clandestine Immigration and Naval Museum and the Cave of Elijah....

Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina

Asociación Mutual Israelita Argentina (AMIA) is a Jewish Community Center located in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Established as Jevrá Kedushá in 1894, its mission was conceived to promote the well being and development of Jewish life in Argentina and to secure the continuity and values of the Jewish community. The association established one of Buenos Aires' first Jewish cemeteries, and later founded the Tsedaká Foundation for charity. Serving the largest Jewish community in Latin America by the 1920s, AMIA inaugurated a new headquarters in the Balvanera section of Buenos Aires in 1945....

1997 Israeli helicopter disaster

The 1997 Israeli helicopter disaster occurred on 4 February 1997. 73 Israel Defense Forces soldiers were killed when two Sikorsky CH-53 Sea Stallion Yas'ur 2000 helicopters, 357 and 903, collided over She'ar Yashuv in northern Israel. The helicopters were supposed to have crossed the border into Israel's "security zone" in Lebanon, but were hovering while waiting for official clearance to go. Previously Israel had moved troops by ground, but this policy was changed as the threat of roadside bombs from Hezbollah increased....

1968 Israeli raid on Lebanon

The 1968 Israeli raid on Lebanon, code-named Operation Gift, was an Israel Defense Forces (IDF) Special Forces operation at the Beirut International Airport in the evening of December 28, 1968. The operation was allegedly in response to the attack on the Israeli Airliner El Al Flight 253 two days earlier by the Palestinian Lebanon-based militant organization Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine (PFLP). The commandos from the Army's elite Sayeret Matkal destroyed 12 or 13 passenger airplanes (references differ) and 1 cargo plane belonging to Middle East Airlines (MEA)....

Israelite Bay, Western Australia

Israelite Bay (postcode: 6452) is a bay and locality at Location on the south coast of Western Australia - frequently mentioned in Bureau of Meteorology weather reports as a geographical marker - it does not have a climate record. Situated in the Shire of Esperance local government area, it lies east of Esperance - and where the western end of the Great Australian Bight commences. It was the site of a significant telegraph station in the early 1900s The eastern island group of the Archipelago of the Recherche is located near Israelite Bay....

Disraeli Glacier

Disraeli Glacier is a glacier on northern Ellesmere Island, Nunavut, Canada. It lies in Quttinirpaaq National Park....

Israeli Air Force Museum

The Israeli Air Force Museum is located at Hatzerim Airbase in the Negev desert. The museum was established in 1977 and is open to the public since 1991. The museum displays a variety of Israeli Air Force and foreign aircraft, as well as anti aircraft arms....

Israeli–Arab conflict in Hebron

The Israeli–Arab conflict in Hebron refers to an ongoing conflict between the Arab and Jewish residents of Hebron in the context of the Israeli–Palestinian conflict. Hebron has an Arab majority and a small Jewish minority living mainly near the outskirts of the city. The H1 sector of Hebron, home to around 120,000 Palestinians, is governed by the Palestinian Authority. H2, which was inhabited by around 30,000 Palestinians, is under Israeli military control in order to protect some 500-800 Jewish residents living in the old Jewish quarter....

1972 Israeli air raid in Syria and Lebanon: On 8 September, Israeli planes bombed ten PLO bases in Syria and Lebanon as a response to the Munich massacre. Estimates of the number and identity of casualties vary widely, with several sources g...

The Mountain of Israeli-Palestinian Friendship: The Mountain of Israeli-Palestinian Friendship is a peak near the Bruce plateau in Antarctica. It was climbed and named in 2004 by an 8-member team consisting of four Israelis and four Palestinians. ...

Information Center for Israeli Art: The Information Center for Israeli Art is the largest collection of primary resources documenting the history of the Israeli art in Israel. More than 12,000 artists files are housed in the Center in...

2011 attack on the Israeli Embassy in Egypt: On 9 September 2011, several thousand protesters forcibly entered the Israeli embassy in Giza, Greater Cairo, after breaking down a recently constructed wall built to protect the compound. The prote...

Israelite Tower: The Israelite Tower is an archaeological site in Jerusalem's Jewish Quarter. The site features remains of the city's Iron Age fortifications which were later incorporated into the Hasmonean city wal...

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