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Rina’s Best aka CU Caterer Passover Program 2023 Miami in Sunny Isles Beach, Florida

Category : Featured Dining

    PESACH MARCO POLO 2023 DEAR CLIENTS AND FRIENDS, THIS IS A “HAZAKAH” – the third is the charm from already 2 first great wonderful previous years I AM EXCITED AND HONORED TO ANNOUNCE OUR SPECIAL PESACH MEAL PLAN AT THE LUXURIOUS SETTING OF:       THE MARCO POLO BEACH RESORT***SUNNY ISLES BEACH- {a Magnificent, newly renovated […]

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Thursday, January 19th, 2023

7 ways to eat a Krembo, Israel’s favorite winter snack

Category : Featured Dining

Krembo is available only from October to February, generating annual hype around this chocolate-covered, cream-filled treat on a cookie base. How do you know it’s November in Israel? When Krembo is back on grocery shelves. Like a seasonal fruit (but a whole lot less nutritious), the chocolate-coated cream treat is available for a limited time, from […]

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Monday, January 16th, 2023

The Carlton Tel Aviv: Stunning views and attention to detail on the Mediterranean

Category : Featured Hotel

Are you seeking a luxury hotel that offers the amenities of a beachfront vacation combined with the attractions of a modern, bustling city? The Carlton Tel Aviv may be just the perfect choice. The privately owned five-star luxury hotel not only directly overlooks the Mediterranean and the Marina on Israel’s Tel Aviv beachfront, it is […]

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Monday, January 16th, 2023

Center for Research on Heritage of Moroccan Judaism inaugurated in El’ad

Category : Editor's Picks

The Center for Research on the Heritage of Moroccan Judaism was inaugurated in the Israeli city of El’ad, in the presence of deputies, public figures, lawyers, academics, rabbis, as well as the head of the Moroccan liaison office in Tel Aviv, Abderrahim Bayoud. In a speech, the former Israeli ambassador to France and the UN, […]

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Friday, January 13th, 2023

Belgium Jewish Museum exhibition shows Moroccan Jewish and Muslim women common culture

Category : Blog

The Jewish Museum of Belgium, located in Brussels, is currently showing the exhibition ‘Moroccan Women – Between Ethics and Aesthetics’ with a focus on dresses and jewelry used in the past by both Jewish and Muslim women in Morocco. The exhibition can be described as a narrative journey through a wide range of objects from […]

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Friday, January 13th, 2023

As for Kosher & Sabbath in Aichi & Central Japan Travel

Category : Featured Article

Let’s explore Aichi and its connection to the Jewish people! – It’s not always easy for Jewish travelers, especially for those who keep strictly kosher and those who routinely celebrate Sabbath. However, as everyone knows, if there is a will, there will always be a way. And so, if traveling to Japan is on your […]

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Thursday, January 12th, 2023

Uncovering layers of history with the Izmir Jewish Heritage Project, Turkey

Category : Must-See Travel Destinations

New York Jewish Travel Guide sat down with Mr. Nesim Bencoya, Cultural Heritage Project Manager to ask a few questions about The Izmir Jewish Heritage Project. The following interview was edited for clarity: NYJTG:    Can you share your background with us? How did you get involved with the Izmir Project and for how long […]

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Friday, January 6th, 2023

Incoming Tourism Minister Vows to Invest in Judea and Samaria: ‘Israel’s Tuscany’

Category : Travel Services

Outgoing Minister of Tourism, Yoel Razvozov, wished Minister Katz success Incoming Tourism Minister, Haim Katz, vows to increase investments in parts of the country that he says have been underserved, including Judea and Samaria, which he compares to the pastoral Italian countryside. “We will invest in areas that perhaps did not receive enough attention thus […]

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Thursday, January 5th, 2023

2.67 million Tourists Entered Israel in 2022

Category : Travel Services

The recovery from the tourism crisis is progressing at a fast pace: A decrease of 41% since the beginning of the year compared to 2019 In 2022, 2.675 million tourists entered Israel, compared to 397 thousand arrivals (only) in 2021 and 831 thousand arrivals in 2020. The skies in Israel were officially opened for tourist […]

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Thursday, January 5th, 2023

Tel Aviv’s Elkonin Hotel Reopens After 80 Years

Category : Featured Hotel

The original hotel was opened by Malka and Menachem Elkonin, a charismatic couple who were well-known in Tel Aviv The Elkonin Hotel Tel Aviv, which was first established in Neve Tzedek in 1913 as one of the city’s first hotels, has reopened 80 years after it closed. The original hotel was opened by Malka and […]

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Thursday, January 5th, 2023
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