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12 amazing things to do in Israel on Shabbat

Category : Featured Article

From Friday night to Saturday evening, the pace of life in Israel slows down, but there are still plenty of options for going out and about. When traveling in Israel, part of your initial culture shock may not be the assertiveness of the Israeli people, the knock-you-down summer heat, or harsh winter downpours. It just […]

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Friday, October 26th, 2018

Eyal Shani, Israel’s world-famous roasted-cauliflower king

Category : Featured Dining

How a ninth-generation Jerusalemite became the ruler of the Tel Aviv casual restaurant scene, and a global Israeli food ambassador. With his wild gray curls going every which way, and eyebrows spewing over his thick black-rimmed glasses, Eyal Shani looks more like a classic novelist, or mad composer, than a chef. When he opens his […]

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Friday, October 26th, 2018

Global Day of Jewish Learning: Brooklyn Edition 2018

Category : Blog

The Global Day of Jewish Learning unites Jewish communities across the world through study of our shared texts. We invite you to join the Russian-speaking Jewish community for a unique Jewish learning experience for the whole family and learn together at the same time as hundreds of diverse communities across the continents. A collaborative initiative of iMishpacha, […]

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Friday, October 26th, 2018

11 ways to survive an Israeli wedding

Category : Latest Destination

Follow these tips, and you’re bound to be the life of the party — or at least enjoy the party of a lifetime — as only Israelis know how to do. So, you’ve gotten an invite to your first Israeli wedding. Mazel tov, you’re about to take part in an extraordinary simcha (joyous occasion), and a brand-new […]

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Friday, October 26th, 2018

The Belgian Priest who Saved 400 Jews

Category : Editor's Picks

Dom Bruno joined the resistance and at great risk to his life established a network of hiding places for Jewish children. Born into an upper middle class, pious Catholic family in Brussels, it was not unusual for Henri Reynders to choose the life of a monk. But in many other respects Reynders proved to be […]

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Friday, October 26th, 2018

Israel Gets More Tourists, Attractions, Events, Flights & More

Category : Travel Services

Tourism to Israel is continuing to increase at record-breaking rates. In the January- August 2018 period, an estimated 2.6 million tourist entries were recorded, an increase of 16.5 percent on the same period in 2017 (about 2.3 million) and 44 percent more than in 2016. With new hotel and flight options, a new information center […]

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Thursday, October 25th, 2018

Best hotels in Tel Aviv for 2018

Category : Featured Hotel

A trip to Israel is never complete without visiting the Mediterranean capital of cool, Tel Aviv-Jaffa. Israel’s startup center, beach haven and culture paradise boasts 102 hotels (9,200 hotel rooms) and counting, according to the Tel Aviv Hotel Association. We’ve chosen the best hotels in the city in 10 different categories, with input from tourists […]

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Thursday, October 25th, 2018

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 : Blog

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 : Blog

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