Another once easily heard broadcaster KOL Israel has signed off. This item from SW DX Bulgaria via Hard-Core-DX Mailing List.
“After 65 years of broadcasting, the station suspended its last shortwave broadcasts in Farsi to Iran at the beginning of July. The longtime shortwave listeners may remember they used to broadcast overseas programs in English, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Georgian, Persian, Hungarian, Romanian, Russian, as well as a home service program in Hebrew and external service in other Jewish languages: Yiddish, Bucharian, Ladino, Mograbit. They also had a DX-Program in English, hosted by Ben Dalfen, aired on Sundays. Their broadcasts in Russian, Hungarian and Georgian were a subject to jamming.
— 73! Georgi SWL: LZ2-004 HAM: LZ2GPB <http://qrz.com/db/LZ2GPB> QTH locator: KN22IV 144MHz (2m): 7-element yagi, Yeasu-VX150 Shortwave: Sony ICF-7600D, 6 beverage antennas for lower HF bands Satellite: Paraclipse Hydro 228cm + Invacom SNF-031 + Invacom-ADF-120+DM500s 73!
Bryan Clark in Mangawhai, confirms that Galei Zahal, the Israeli Army station is the only broadcast voice from Israel on shortwave “Yes, Galei Zahal still going strong. 6885 noted around 0415 UTC with parallel 1585o a better signal.”