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For more than 3,000 years, the Jewish people have looked up to Jerusalem as their spiritual, historical and political capital. The city is a holy city to the three major religions— Judaism, Christianity and Islam. The city is located in the Judean Mountains near the Dead Sea. The Jewish story of Jerusalem had started...

The city of Haifa is the municipal heart of the north of Israel. It is the largest city in the north and is built on the slopes of mount Karmel. Haifa is known for being a major harbor town of Israel, one of the most important gates to the country. The city aims at attracting a variety of citizens by providing...

Do you like cartoons? If so, you should know that the city of Haifa hosts its 20th international Cartoons contest, in year 2014. This year’s theme is children. He formal subject is “The status and role of kids in society”. Entry deadline is May 9th, 2014. The contest is open to adult cartoonists from all over the world...

Tel-Aviv is the 2nd largest city in the state of Israel. It is often referred to “the city that never sleeps” as it contains a variety of sightseeing; many restaurants and a wide range of nightlife. its Skyscrapers are well-known, too. The city that had been established in 1909, lies on the Mediterranean coast and...

A Mezuzah that is mounted on the doorstep portrays that this home is Jewish. The meaning of it stands to remind man that there is an important connection between God and man, and that this is the heritage of the Jewish people. The actual Hebrew word Mezuzah translates as “doorpost”. There is an outer containment and...

Hamat Gader is a unique place in the north of Israel. It contains several aspects that are, each at its own worth, outstanding. The name’s meaning is “Hot springs of Gadara”. It is located is in the Yarmuk valley, east of the Sea of Galilee. It is also based on the Arab ancient village by the name of...

The Hula Valley is a unique region in northern Israel. It is a major stopover for migrating birds – throughout the Syrian-African Rift stretching in between Europe, Africa and the near east. Originally, the Hula had been a swamp. It had caused much illness to its inhabitants and had brought along many deaths. Years...

Tel-Aviv is a modern city; in recent years tall buildings have been built and occupied at the heart of the city; most of them are for business usage and some, of recent- for accommodation. The symbol of Tel-Aviv is the compound called: “Azrieli Towers”, near the main central train station, occupied by a variety of...

Many Biblical stories are connected to the Jordan valley. Some relate to the geographical part that is today the land of Jordan; some relate to the Israeli part; some concern a specific part of the valley that was called “SUKKOT” –situated in the middle of the Jordan valley. As the area had been an immensely important...

Up north, Israel borders with the state of Lebanon.  As of year 2000 the UN have been residing at a peace-zone between the two countries. The UN had declared a “Blue Line” that had been recognized by both Lebanon and by Israel as the international border. It stretches between the Mediterranean Sea and the river...

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