Rosh Ha’ayin, Israel
Signed: November 9, 2005
Population: 45, 500
In November of 2005, Birmingham became the first city to have a joint signing with an Arab and an Israeli city.
Birmingham and Rosh Ha’ayin signed a Sister City agreement that formalized the longtime relationship between our cities. In July 2017, a youth group from Phillips Academy visited Israel and Jordan, and a youth group from Rosh Ha’Ayin as well as a group from Vinnytsia, Ukraine participated in the JCC Maccabi Games here in Birmingham.
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We look forward to renewed contact with Rosh Ha’ayin and Mayor Shalom Ben Moshe in 2015. In October, the original Torah presented by Rosh Ha’ayin’s Yemeni congregation was displayed at the JCC Day School. The Jewish Community Center had a couple of young ladies from...read more