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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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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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Parashat Metzora

Parashat Metzora continues the previous parasha – Tazria. Both Parashot deal with one who is infected with leprosy, the ways he can be diagnosed the measures he should take and the purifying rituals he needs to practice. No wonder then

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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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Parashat Shoftim

The Parasha of Shoftim deals with a variety of issues. Rules for the conducting of a king, the theory of law and justice and a broken necked heifer are only examples for some of the subjects. I decided to refer

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To the Temple Mount and its Surroundings

The Temple Mount is the beating heart of Jerusalem.  This is the holiest place in the world to Jews and the third holiest to Islam, and without the Temple Mount Jesus wouldn’t have come to town.  The Temple Mount plaza

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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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A Tour and Discourse in Jerusalem

As a Tour Guide in Jerusalem, I work with many tourists and Israelis and I love working with diverse groups – I feel that meeting different groups keeps me sharp and gives me better knowledge of my own environment and

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To the Israel Museum

The renewed Israel museum in Jerusalem is one of the top museums in the world. 7800 miters of exhibit walls and plenty of world famous items will turn your visit to the museum in to an unforgettable experience. We will

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Nachlaot and Zichronot

What are the qualities associated with the citron’s juice?  What do the Kurdish people think about the people of the city of Urfa?  And which day is laundry day?  A tour around the picturesque alleys of the Nachlaot and Zichronot

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My week

  • 27.4.2017
The house on 7th Betzalel street.
Tel Aviv.
הבית ברחוב בצלאל 7. תל אביב.
  • Studying about the National Holidays at the kindergarten of Hand in hand school. Jerusalem.
לומדים לקראת החגים הלאומיים בגן של בית הספר יד ביד. ירושלים.
  • 25.4.2015
The church of the holy sepulchre. Jerusalem.
כנסיית הקבר. ירושלים.
  • 24.4.2014
Holy thistle. Jerusalem.
גדילן מצוי. ירושלים.
  • 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.

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