In the past three months, we have asked for your cooperation in enlisting to our forthcoming newsletter edition.

Here are the three winners.

We’ve received a great amount of compliance and we thank all of you for that.

We are happy to be sending the first edition of the newsletter along, soon, by September 15.

We had promise to hold a lottery and the three winners; will receive a Hamsa, sent directly to their homes.

What is a Hamsa?
The Hamsa is a hand symbol, standing for a metaphor of Myriam’s hand (Myriam was the sister of Mises and Aaron of the Old Testament books). Tradition has it that the wearer of the Hamsa will be blessed with success, protection and harmony.

It could be worn on the body, in the car, be hung at home or at the office or even worn on a baby-cart/crib- all in desire to bring a blessing.

We’d like to share with you the names of the winners as well as offer you a glimpse at some of their pictures and photos that they have sent us, with their permission to post it (of course).

This is Jessica form Australia, that had actually toured Israel, in 2014, and here are her photos. Thanks Jessica.

Jessica visits Israel Jessica visits Israel Jessica visits Israel Jessica visits Israel

These are some pictures of Johnny from the UK, when he was in Israel, several years ago. Thanks Johnny.

Johnny visits Haifa, Israel Johnny visits Caesarea. Israel
This is a photo sent to us by Mary, from the US, it was not taken in Israel but she felt it was a nice photo she wanted to share. Thanks Mary.

Mary visits Israel

About the Author

One of the online niche veterans; a Tech savvy professional; lives & breathes Web, globalization and people. In addition, Aaron is an avid traveler, mainly in the south of Israel; being well known as a desert expert.

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