Freemasonry in Israel

The Grand Lodge of the State of Israel was consecrated on October 20, 1953 at the Y.M.C.A. Hall in Jerusalem.
The first Masonic Lodge in the Holy Land was the Royal Solomon Mother Lodge No. 293, under the Grand Lodge of Canada in Ontario, whose first meeting was held in the King Solomon’s Quarries of Jerusalem on May 7, 1873.
Before that, an occasional assembly of Masons performed a Secret Monitor ceremony in the same location on May 13, 1868.
The Jubilee celebration took place on October 20, 2003 in Tel Aviv.

The Grand Lodge of the State of Israel

The Supreme Grand Royal Arch Chapter of the State of Israel

The Supreme Council of the Scottish Rite for the State of Israel

Craft Masonry in Israel:

The Royal Arch Chapter in Israel:

The Scottish Rite in Israel:


Freemasonry in Israel:

Jewish and Arab Masons in the Holy Land: 

Jews And Freemasons In Europe 1723-1939, by Jacob Katz. Harvard University Press 1970.