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The Protestant communities in the Middle East only date from the early 19th century and the establishment of Western diplomatic representations in Jerusalem. The intention of these missions was to evangelize the Muslim and Jewish communities, but their only success was in attracting Arabic-speaking Orthodox...

The Jerusalem-Mamila neighborhood was established in the 19th century, when it had been built outside of the walls of the Old City; upfront of Jaffa Gate. In year 1972, a company by the name of “Karta” was established in order to rebuild the entire Mamilla region, meaning, the vacation of property-owners and the...

The Ariel Sharon Park is a unique example of a green slot in the midst of a highly urbanized area, that had been allocated to serve as a reservation for environmental rehabilitation projects. Once, not many years ago, the Park; then called “Hiriya”, served as the main waste-ground for the center of Israel, a place that...

Neot Semadar is an Israeli Kibbutz, located in the Southern part of the “Negev” Desert, in Israel, some 60 km. north of Eilat. Neot Smadar is an Oasis in the desert. It offers an Arts center, tastes of a delicious boutique Winery and a story of a unique group of people who decided to team-up in order to create a...

Eilat is the most southern city of Israel. It is a pearl of a resort city, at the end of the desert. The uniqueness of the city lies in its warm and sunny weather, throughout the year. Eilat offers a wonderful sea (the red sea) , soft beaches and varied water sports; colorful mountains; the magnificent coral reefs to...

The church of Dominus Flevit (“The master cried”) in Jerusalem is a beautiful Catholic-Franciscan church, that had been built on the ruins of a Byzantine church, in 1955; to commemorate Jesus’ crying when he looked at Jerusalem and realized that the city is about to lose itself to hatred, self-destruction and...

The Herzliya Park is set in the city of Herzliya, near the 7 star Mall, just outside Ayalon route. It is a large green park; set out to enable running paths, Bicyclists, special attraction for Kids, several extreme Sports’ facilities, such as the Omega facility and more…        There is a large branched site of...

​​ ​The ​F​estival of S​o​unds at t​he old city ​of ​Jerusalem​; a breathtaking experience, with dozens shows, bands​ and​ non​- stop music​. All of this; at t​he enchanting ​scenery of the ​old city​ in Jerusalem. March 9-12, 2015 Free entrance! Don’t miss it…….

Ramla is a city at the center of Israel, southeast of Tel Aviv–Yafo. It had been established in year 717 by a Muslim Caliph by the name of Sulaymān ibn-Abed-al-Malik, whoi had created it to be his administrative Capital of Palestine.    The city had been built with unique Mosque (these days it is in ruins….) aside...

Wadi Nisnas is an Arab neighborhood within the city of Haifa in northern Israel. The meaning of “Nisnas” in Arabic stands for mongoose, an indigenous animal. The Wadi inhabits some 8,000 inhabitants.     Locals simply call it “the Wadi”. The neighborhood is usually very much alive mainly thanks to its flourishing markets,...

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