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Prince William begins first British royal Israel visit by honouring Holocaust victims

NordenBladet – Prince William became the first British royal to visit Israel and the Palestinian territories, beginning his trip with a visit to the Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial in Jerusalem.    ____________________________ Yad Vashem (Hebrew: יָד וַשֵׁם‬) is Israel’s official

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Helena-Reet: General information for the state of Israel + TRAVEL PHOTOS!

NordenBladet – Israel is a small Jewish state on Mediterranean coast, with a small window on the Red Sea. Israel’s neighbors are Egypt and the Gaza Strip in the southwest, Jordan and the West Bank in the east, and Syria

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Helena-Reet: Israeli travel Blog – Kumran (Qumran) Caverns and Dead Sea + TRAVEL PICS!

NordenBladet – Israel is the intersection of many cultures, religions and people. Israel is a holy land where every stone has its own story … In my travel blog today, I invite you to the roots of cultural history. I

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AMAZING OPPORTUNITY! Fly to Israel with Bel Air’s Rabbi Chaim Mentz – March 2016!

OHMYGOSSIP — Dear friends! I wish to introduce you this once-in-a-lifetime experience… My good friend, Bel Air Chief Rabbi Chaim Mentz, is going to take you to Israel, VIP style!!! Find out more about this amazing opportunity:

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Jerusalem: L. A. Mayer Museum for Islamic Art “Tiraz: Local Embroidery”

OHMYGOSSIP — Here is sth interesting for handicraft lovers! The Museum for Islamic Art presents a spectacular collection of Palestinian costumes, courtesy of the collection’s owner, Manuel Kleidman of Jerusalem.

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Jerusalem: Family Activities – summer 2015 at the Tower of David Museum

OHMYGOSSIP — The Tower of David Museum is the leading heritage site/museum in Israel with the largest range of cutting edge technology to enhance an independent traveler’s visit to the Museum as an adult or as a family!

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Jerusalem: The International Arts and Crafts Festival “Chutzot Hayotzer 2015”

OHMYGOSSIP — The International Arts and Crafts Festival (Chutzot Hayotzer 2015), Jerusalem is held at the Khutsot Hayotser Arts and Crafts Center, Mitchell Gardens and the Merrill Hassenfeld Amphitheater in the Sultan’s Pool, opposite the Tower of David at the

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ISRAEL: The Hurva Synagogue + streets of Jewish Quarter

LA-JEW.com — The Hurva Synagogue, also known as Hurvat Rabbi Yehudah he-Hasid, is a historic synagogue located in the Jewish Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem. The synagogue was founded in the early 18th century by followers of Judah

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Jerusalem: The Machlis Experience!

For the past 30 years Rabbi Mordechai and Henny Machlis have made their home into what is likely the world’s most wonderfully intimate, effective chessed organization.

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Tallinn Chief Rabbi Shmuel Kot: The community continues to expand in many areas

Estonia’s successful national restoration is being highlighted by thousands of cultural events during Tallinn’s reign as a 2011 European Capital of Culture. For Tallinn’s small Jewish population, which emerged from behind the Iron Curtain in disarray, the occasion also provides

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Chanukah Guide – 2010

Chanukah begins this year on Wednesday evening, December 1, 2010, and continues through Thursday, December 9, 2010. What follows is a how-to guide to the basics of Chanukah observance.  Chanukah – the eight-day festival of light that begins on the

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