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Parashat Ki Tetze

  Ki Tetze is a portion that inhabits a huge number of commandments – more that any other portion of the Torah. Some took the trouble and found as many as seventy-four commandments in the portion. Among other issues the

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Islam in Jerusalem

Jerusalem is the third holiest city to Islam.  Visiting it is not considered a Hajj but a Ziyara and so it is not obligatory but it is certainly recommended.  The Muslim people reside in Jerusalem since its occupation by the

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The Weekly Parasha in the Streets of Jerusalem

The weekly Tora Portion or ‘Parasha’ is the heartbeat of the Jewish calendar. Every week, throughout the year, Many Jews and many others who are not Jews unite while reading and studying an ancient text. From hundreds of years, Reading

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What are Tailor Made tours?

It’s hard to define exactly what the role of the tour guide is.  Some people think he needs to show people the way and that’s it, and some believe his job is to flood the traveler with a ridiculous amount

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The Temple Mount

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Parashat Naso

The LORD bless you, and protect you; The LORD make His face to shine upon you, and be gracious unto you; The LORD look with favor upon you, and give you peace. These three verses (Numbers, 6: 24-26) are in

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A History Tour for Children

Adults are not the only ones that find Jerusalem’s history confusing.  Many kids can definitely get lost in the great maze that goes through the city’s streets beginning with King David, through Herod and Jesus and up to the Wall

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Yishay help me!

You’ve made a decision – you’re going on a tour of Jerusalem.  You were talking to family, friends, or coworkers and decided it’s time to visit Israel’s capital and breath some fresh air.  Good for you!  And where do we

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Parashat Ekev

Parashat Ekev holds an interesting claim. It says that it is acceptable to worship God and fulfill his commandments while hoping for some kind of a reward. One does not become a lesser Jew if he observes the commandments in

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Welcome to Jerusalem!

Welcome to Jerusalem! This city is a fascinating city.  Holy sites, busy markets and diverse cultures are huddled together in one square kilometer within the walls.  On this tour we will have a little taste of the goods of the

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My week

  • 23.4.2017
King Herods northern palace. Masada.
הארמון הצפוני. מצדה.
  • 22.4.2017
Asaph (three years old). Kfar Saba.
אסף (בן שלוש) כפר סבא.
  • 21.4.2017
Old and new at The pool of Bethesda. Jerusalem.
ישן וחדש בבריכת בית חסדה. ירושלים.
  • 20.4.2017
Qaser al Yahood - the traditional Baptism site not far from Jericho. The west bank.
קאסר אל יהוד - אתר הטבילה לא הרחק מיריחו.
  • 19.4.2017
Marc Chagall's tapestries. The Knesset. Jerusalem.
שטיחי מארק שאגאל בכנסת. ירושלים.
  • 18.4.2017
Nahalat Shiva street. Jerusalem.
נחלת שבעה. ירושלים.
  • 17.4.2017
The Israel museum. Jerusalem.
מוזיאון ישראל. ירושלים.

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