Israel Post is a state enterprise known also as the Israel Postal Company. It provides all sorts of postal services in the Jewish state. Historically the Jewish post inherited a lot from the British post and preserves some common features with the UK postal service till nowadays. Israel Post delivers mail, and parcels, provides telephone services and runs a Postal Bank that enables Israeli residents and foreigners buying and selling currency free of charge. The Bank also offers access to such international money transfer services as Western Union, Eurogiro and QuickPay.
As a partner of EMS, a reliable international courier service, Israel Post provides quick delivery (within 2 - 3 working days) to any foreign destination. The service ships documents and parcels up to 20kg. For business clients, the postal operator offers customs brokerage services, a “Bring me” option cutting import postages, and insured courier services.
Israel Post faces a challenge that will be quite unfamiliar to any other postal operator. The history of the Jewish state is closely connected with the origins of Christianity. Every year the Israeli post receives numerous letters addressed to God, messages keep coming from all over the globe. Fortunately, they are not treated as dead letters but are collected at mail service headquarters in Givat Shaul (the Jerusalem government quarter), and once a year postmen bring them to the Western Wall, where they are left in the cracks of the Wall during a special ceremony.
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