Visit Israel virtually the UIA way

June 16, 2021 by J-Wire Newsdesk
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COVID-19 may have interfered with your usual Israel summer trip, but this month, UIA is excited to take you on its Virtual Israel Missions. Join us for a journey like no other you have experienced on Zoom, across two evenings on Sunday 20 and 27 June.

Just like UIA’s usual Israel Missions, you will get a taste of our homeland with unparalleled speakers and visits inaccessible to the public.

UIA’s Missions give you a first-hand look at the land of Israel in an unprecedented way, unique insights into its complex political and security situation; and the opportunity to visit historical and cultural sites. Highlights of the virtual tour include:

  • An exclusive tour of an IDF army base and Hezbollah tunnel; geo-political tour of Israel’s northern border and visit to the revolutionary high tech company Future Meat
  • Rare interviews with prominent Israelis including a Gaza Strip security officer and IDF veteran
  • Tours of historical sites such as the Dead Sea with superb guides
  • Visits to various Keren Hayesod-UIA supported projects such as the Ben Yakir Youth Village and Amigour Sheltered Housing in Ashkelon, where participants can gain a first-hand understanding from the People of Israel who benefit from our support and feel how we are changing lives on a daily basis

“This will be the best two hours of your week – we guarantee it! You will find no way to feel closer to Israel than on this immersive experience and I sincerely hope those who want to join us book before our limited places are full,” UIA CEO Yair Miller OAM said.

UIA’s Virtual Missions will take place on Sunday 20 & 27 June 2021 at 7.30pm AEST / 5.30pm AWST

Book now at

For more information about UIA’s Virtual Missions contact:

UIA NSW: (02) 9361 4273,
(03) 9272 5533,
(08) 9275 1186,
: (07) 3229 4462,

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