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Parashat Bamidbar

Every group of people who strives to establish a firm and sustainable society has to go through a true fundamental change. A young society has to start like an organized group. To make it simple: This society has to establish

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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 God of Small Things

If you are walking in the streets of Jerusalem it would be wise if you look all around you and pay attention to all the little details.  We will also visit the narrow alleys and the fancy halls of the

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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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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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Doors and windows in Jerusalem

Jerusalem is a city full of surprises. Every time you open a door or peek through a window you may find a whole world inside. I never miss a chance to look through an opening in Jerusalem. This gallery reveals

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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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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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Beta Israels Sigd festival in Armon Hanatziv neighborhood

Everybody is drawn by Jerusalem. Every Jerusalem resident know that when he sees a new flag raised in the city he’d better stay home. You don’t want to walk or drive the streets of the city when some foreign diplomat

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My week

  • 20.11.2017
מנזר האחיות ציון בעין כרם. ירושלים. 
Notre dame De Sion monastery in Ein Karem. Jerusalem.
  • 19.11.2017
The train line park. Jerusalem. 
פארק המסילה. ירושלים.
  • 18.11.2017
Jewish and Arab kids at the annual meeting of the Hand in hand schoolls. Mount Carmel. 
ילדים יהודים וערבים במפגש השנתי של קהילות יד ביד. פארק הכרמל. 
#handinhandschools
#ידביד
  • 17.11.2017
The grotto at Rosh Haniqrah.
ראש הניקרה.
  • 16.11.2017
חג הסיגד בטיילת ארמון הנציב.  ירושלים. 
The Jewish Ethiopian festival of the Sigd. Hass promana.Jerusalem
  • 15.11.2017
יאללה הפועל ירושלים!
Yalla Hapoel Jerusalem!
  • 14.11.2017
המפל הגדול. עין גדי. 
The waterfall in Ein Gedi National park.

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