Consulate General of Israel to the Southeastern United States in Atlanta
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February 17, 2015
Atlanta Film Festival: Honor Thy Father...
March 29, 2015
Yom Hazikaron 2015
April 21, 2015
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There will be no Consular Services Thursday, April 2.
5th Global Forum for Combating Antisemitism
Main themes: "The Oldest Hatred in the Newest Vessels: Confronting Antisemitism and Hate Speech on the Internet and in Social Media" and "The Rise in Antisemitism in Europe's Cities Today: Means of Response"
Welcome to the Consulate General of Israel to the Southeast. As an official representative office of the Government of Israel we work to further relationships with national and local political, economic, cultural & academic organizations.
Our jurisdiction covers the great states of
Alabama, Mississippi, Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina and South Carolina.
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Consulate General of Israel to the Southeastern United States
1100 Spring St. N.W. Suite 440
Atlanta, Georgia 30309
Monday - Friday: 09:30-12:30PM
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President Rivlin begins consultations with elected parties
In a democracy the majority rules, and the majority expressed its will clearly. The role of the President after the elections is to initiate the process of forming a coalition government in as swift and as transparent a way as possible.
The Central Elections Committee has published the final unofficial results of the elections for the 20th Knesset - the Likud has won 30 seats and the Zionist Camp 24. President Reuven Rivlin will begin party consultations on Sunday, March 22.
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How can peace be achieved?
The dream of a future in which Israeli and Arab children can grow up free from the threat of war and the fear of terrorism unites all Israelis. However, the long history of failed negotiati ...
The dream of a future in which Israeli and Arab children can grow up free from the threat of war and the fear of terrorism unites all Israelis. However, the long history of failed negotiations with the Palestinians has proven that simply yearning for peace is not enough. Time after time, Israel has presented far-reaching peace proposals, made major concessions, relinquished extensive tracts of land, uprooted settlements, withdrawn forces, dismantled military bases and taken steps to enable the Palestinians to establish the foundations of self-government. In return, Israel has received a Palestinian campaign of terror, suicide bombings, rocket attacks, and virulent incitement against Israelis and Jews; and has been subjected to an ongoing campaign in the international arena to delegitimize Israel's very existence and undermine its economy. Israel has always been willing to compromise and every Israeli government - including the present one - has been prepared to make major sacrifices for the sake of peace. However, peacemaking requires concessions on both sides. Just as Israel has acknowledged the rights and interests of the Palestinians, Israel has legitimate rights and interests that also need to be acknowledged and addressed. Peace can only be achieved through earnest negotiations which bridge gaps and resolve all outstanding issues.