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10 Unforgettable Bedouin Tourism Experiences in Israel

Category : Blog

Get to know the Bedouin way of life in the Negev and Galilee through these culture- and hospitality-based tourist spots. If experience-based travel is your thing, you may want to book some time with real people of the settled nomadic tribes of Israel’s North and South. The Bedouin claim to fame is extraordinary hospitality, so […]

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Monday, October 8th, 2018

Ethnic Jewish Food Festival

Category : Nightlife

Women Cook is coming to New York as part of their tri-state visiting tour, and making a stop in Forest Hills, Queens! Women Cook is an Israeli social initiative established in 2006 in order to help women from the periphery and from disadvantaged communities create a source of employment and a livelihood and thus improve […]

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Thursday, October 4th, 2018

Evan Goes Live!

Category : Nightlife

Come join in some musical fun as Evan Miller performs covers of his favorite songs by Coldplay, Wiz Khalifa, Maroon 5 along with some classical pieces and original compositions. Music has influenced Evan’s life in tremendous ways and he will share the meaning and intention behind this passion with the audience. In addition to piano […]

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Thursday, October 4th, 2018

Secrets of a lost village of ancient Israel come to light

Category : Blog

Technology such as LiDAR and a drone-mounted 4K camera have led to significant finds among layers of settlement spanning about 2,600 years. A vanished village, buried for centuries under the sands of time, is beginning to emerge in the cave-dotted lowlands southwest of Jerusalem. In typical old-new Israeli fashion, the work of revealing Beit Lehi-Beit […]

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Thursday, October 4th, 2018

Ancient Jerusalem Comes To Life With 3D VR Tech In New Guided Tours

Category : Travel Services

The Tower of David Museum and its new Innovation Lab recently launched new tours of Jerusalem, taking visitors and residents on a journey to experience the city as it may have been some 2,000 years ago. The museum, housed in Jerusalem’s Old City, teamed up with Australia’s Lithodomos VR, a virtual reality startup founded in […]

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Friday, September 28th, 2018

Top 10 tourist sites for animal lovers in Israel

Category : Latest Destination

From north to south, Israel offers sites where you can see and learn about a wide assortment of the creatures with which we share this land. Since humans are not the only species roaming this earth, it only makes sense to pay a visit to wild and indigenous animals when visiting a country. If you […]

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Sunday, September 23rd, 2018

Silk Road Tea House: An Evening of Bukharian Jewish Culture

Category : Blog

This vibrant musical evening celebrates one of the oldest Jewish communities in the world – Bukharians. Hailing from the pre-Soviet Bukharian Emirates – an empire encompassing Tajikistan, Uzbekistan and parts of Turkmenistan – this tight-knit community has resided in Central Asia for over two millennia. Today, 70,000 Bukharians have immigrated to the United States – […]

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Sunday, September 23rd, 2018

I Am King, Michael Jackson tribute, in Israel. January 29 – February 20, 2019

Category : Nightlife

I Am King, a tribute to the King of Pop, Michael Jackson, is landing in Israel for 20 spectacular dates in 2019. Several dancers, musicians and singers will perform on stage to bring to life Michael’s legend, for a show that has been already seen by 3 million people worldwide. The performances will include “Bad”, “Billie Jean”, […]

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Sunday, September 23rd, 2018

ASF Sephardi Scholars Series Presents – “Synagogues of Iran: Design and Dev…

Category : Events & Festivals

Professor Mohammad Gharipour will discuss his research and recently published book, Synagogues of the Islamic World: Architecture, Design, and Identity (Edinburgh University Press, 2017), which explores how the architecture of synagogues in Central Asia, the Middle East, North Africa, and Spain responded to contextual issues and traditions, as well as how these contexts influenced the […]

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Sunday, September 23rd, 2018

Felshtin Society’s Centennial Memorial Reunion and Conference Commemorating…

Category : Events & Festivals

Felshtin Society Centennial Memorial Program Plenary Session: A historical perspective on the pogroms from 1917-1919; Prof. Jeffrey Veidlinger, University of Michigan Creating family trees and genealogical research; Avi Groll, CEO, JewishGen The intergenerational transmission of trauma; Dr. Yael Danieli, Clinical psychologist and traumatologist in private practice; Director, Group Project for Holocaust Survivors and their Children; Founder, […]

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Sunday, September 23rd, 2018
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