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Salt and Water

The dead sea is going to die!  In a one day tour to the lowest place on earth we will check the link between the salt and the fact that the sea is in danger.  Is it reversible?  What happened

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First encounter with Christianity in Jerusalem

Christianity is everywhere – films, television, songs, and everyday life.  It is hard to grow up in the modern world without knowing this religion.  Certainly, the best place to learn about the Christian religion is the Old City of Jerusalem. 

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A History Tour

4,500 years of history are not to be taken lightly. in a city where the Ayyubids, the Khwarizm people, the Ikhshidids and other resided,  you need a tour guide to help you navigate through the different dates.  On this tour

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Finding my Jerusalem in London

This is just the way I am: Every time I travel in a foreign city I try to find Jerusalem in it. Rabi Nachman of Breslau once said that wherever he goes he always goes to the land of Israel.

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Food in Jerusalem

While walking the streets of Jerusalem you can’t help but notice the sight, smell and taste of the great food in the markets. No tour in Jerusalem is whole without them. Back to Homepage- Tours in Jerusalem

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Newspaper Articales

So far I have only articals in Hebrew. sorry   Back to homr page – Tours in Jerusalem לעמוד בעברית

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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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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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Looking for King David

They say that David the king of Israel is alive and well.  If it is all true then where is he hiding and why has no one seen him lately?  It is time to go tour Jerusalem and search for

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My week

  • 26.3.2017
Baba, the mytological shop keeper from Kiryat Yovel. Jerusalem.
באבא, מוכר המכולת המיתולוגי מקריית יובל. ירושלים.
  • 25.3.2017
The Greek orthodox Lent prosestion at the Church of the holy sepulchre. Jerusalem.
תהלוכת הלנט של היוונים אורתודוכסים בכנסיית הקבר. ירושלים.
  • 24.3.2017
The Poppies are blooming. Jerusalem.
הפרגים פורחים. ירושלים.
  • 23 3.2017
Nachlaot neighborhood. Jerusalem.
נחלאות.  ירושלים.
  • 22.3.2014
A demonstration of the workers of the Ashdod port. Jerusalem.
הפגנת פועלי נמל אשדוד. ירושלים.
  • 21.3.2017
Ayalon institute on the Kibbutzim hill. Rehovot.
מכון איילון בגבעת הקיבוצים. רחובות.
  • 20.3.2017
The Laundry washer. Masada.
הכובסת. מצדה.

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