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May 28, 2001

Exclusive - Teddy Kollek Audio Interview

In 1971, four years after the reuniting of the city of Jerusalem in the Six-Day war, reporter Arnold Forster interviewed Teddy Kollek, then Mayor, for Dateline Israel . Kollek regarded the issues of the development of the newly formed city, which at the time received world attention and was highly controversial.

July 30, 2011

Interviews of David Ben Gurion

David Ben Gurion was the first Prime Minister of Israel. In 1948, he formally proclaimed the establishment of the State of Israel, and was the first to sign the Israeli Declaration of Independence. Watch videos and listen to interviews of Ben-Gurion, who was named one of Time magazine's 100 Most Important People of the 20th Century.

January 07, 2007


Israel is still reeling from the outcome of the Lebanon war. In reviewing internal IDF inquiries into why IDF ground forces failed to route the Hezbollah guerrillas and halt the rocketing of northern Israel, Chief of Staff Dan Halutz admitted that Israel's deterrent has suffered in the Arab world. Meanwhile, speculation is rife that Prime Minister Ehud Olmert may appoint Ehud Barak, a former IDF Chief of Staff and Prime Minister, to replace Defense Minister Amir Peretz. However, coalition politics and personal careers may block such a move.

January 04, 2007

Teddy Kollek Laid to Rest

Hundreds of people pay last tribute to former Mayor of Jerusalem, Teddy Kollek. Prime Minister Ehud Olmert, President Moshe Katzav and Vice Premier Shimon Peres are just few of the Israeli dignitaries and foreign diplomats who attended the funeral at Mount Herzl National Cemetery. Earlier,  Kollek's coffin laid in state at City Hall's Safra Square, where Jerusalem citizens could pass by and pay tribute to their legendary Mayor.

January 02, 2007

Teddy Kollek, the legendary mayor of Jerusalem (1911-2007)

Former mayor of Jerusalem Teddy Kollek passed away at the age of 95. Kollek was elected to the position six times and served as mayor of Jerusalem for almost three decades - from 1965 until 1993. In 1988, Kollek was awarded the nation's highest civilian honor, the Israel Prize, for his contributions to building the modern Jerusalem.