Israel-Africa relations

Israeli Dance Duo Open Cultural Channels Across Africa

2018 was a banner year for Israel-Africa relations. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu spoke of a “great change” heralding blossoming ties between the Jewish state and African nations. But while the political elites were enmeshed in a diplomatic drive, another – no less important – effort was being made to forge connections on a cultural level.

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Netanyahu Says He Will Soon Meet With Muslim Leader Of African State

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Thursday that during his current Africa visit he held a phone conversation with the Muslim head of an African state with which Israel does not have diplomatic relations, and they agreed to meet at a later date.

Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu attend an event to mark the 40th anniversary of the 1976 hostage rescue in Entebbe on July 4, 2016. Speaking in Entebbe, close to the site of the 1976 airport raid in which over 100 hostages were released, Netanyahu said …

WATCH – Netanyahu: Entebbe Operation Proves Jews ‘Powerless No More’

TEL AVIV – Entebbe marked a turning point for the Jewish state, proving to the world that Jews were “powerless no more,” Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said at a ceremony marking 40 years since Israel stunned the world in a daring operation to save over 100 hostages from terrorists held in Uganda’s international airport.

Israeli MK Sees Bright Future For Israel-African Cooperation

Arutz Sheva reports: MK Avraham Neguise (Likud), chairman of the Aliyah Committee and founder of the Lobby for Relations Between Israel and African Countries, welcomed a delegation of prominent women representing 10 sub-Saharan African nations to the Knesset on Monday.

Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta sign agreements with Israeli Prime Minister in Jerusalem on February 23, 2016.