Listen to the song of hope that connects from different parts of the world


The song of hope is not only Israel’s national anthem; This is a testament to the resilience and continued hope of the Jewish people.

It originated in the 19th century, with the song “Tikvatnu” Tikvatnu by Naftali Hertz Imber, and since then it has developed into a soulful melody, composed by Shmuel Cohen.

More than a poem, “Hatikva” reveals the millennia-old longing for the homeland, a dream that came true with the establishment of the State of Israel.

The words of the anthem speak of a 2000-year-old desire to be a free people in the Land of Zion and in Jerusalem, which resonates through the collective memory of Jews around the world – a people scattered but united by its hope and vision.

“Hope” remains a powerful symbol, a poignant reminder of our endless struggle, and the anthem that continues to inspire a future of peace and prosperity.

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