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Holidays in Israel Simchat Torah
At the conclusion of Sukkot, the Feast of Tabernacles, Jewish communities throughout the world begin a joyous and colorful celebration called Simchat Torah, a spectacular holiday focusing on the gift and significance of the Torah, a compilation of ancient and sacred texts that serve as a means of instruction, or guidance, for how one should...
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Holidays in Israel | Sukkot
One of the most joyous times in the Jewish calendar, Sukkot (the Feast of Tabernacles or Booths) celebrates the gathering of the fall harvest and commemorates the miraculous protection God provided for the children of Israel when they left Egypt to undertake a 40-year sojourn through the desert to the Promised Land. Observed during the...
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Holidays in Israel | Yom Kippur
Yom Kippur is regarded as the holiest and most solemn holiday on the Jewish calendar. Known as the Day of Atonement in the Bible, it is a day of purposeful prayer, complete fasting and repentance, personal and communal. Yom Kippur is observed as the 10 Days of Awe (Yamim Nora’im, meaning Days of Awe, a...
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Holidays in Israel | Rosh HaShanah
Considered by the Jewish community to be one of the holiest and most special times of the year, Rosh HaShanah marks the beginning of the new year on the Jewish calendar. Also called the Feast of Trumpets, Rosh HaShanah commemorates God’s creation and acceptance of His power and sovereignty over the world. It is also...
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Visitors to Jerusalem know you simply cannot pack an entire visit into one day—there is just too much to take in! One of those cannot-miss places in your Jerusalem experience is the Southern Steps at the Temple Mount. Located at the southern edge of the Western Wall, the Southern Steps may be slightly underwhelming at...
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Ein Gedi | The Jewel of the Desert
Situated on the western shore of the Dead Sea, the popular Ein Gedi (“Spring of the Goat”) sparkles like a jewel against the arid backdrop of the Judean Desert. Considered to be Israel’s largest nature reserve, Ein Gedi offers a perpetual oasis of lush botanical gardens, cool spring-fed streams, and an expansive sanctuary for a...
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Cave of the Patriarchs
Head about 20 miles south of Jerusalem into the Judean Hills, and you will eventually reach the ancient city of Hebron. Historically, this city is one of the oldest in existence—founded around 1720 BC—and biblically one of the holiest cities in the Holy Land. It is also the largest city in the contested territory of...
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Holidays in Israel | Tisha B’Av
Regarded by many as one of the most solemn days on the Jewish calendar, Tisha B’Av is a day of worldwide communal mourning for the Jewish community. Tisha B’Av is an observed fast day in Israel, and throughout the worldwide Jewish community, much like Yom Kippur (the most solemn day, the Day of Atonement). It...
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Best Snacks in Jerusalem’s Old City
It has been said that good food is very often the simplest food. And if your culinary adventures happen to take you to a city in a far-flung corner of the world, consider making Jerusalem your starting point. Renowned for its rich history, Jerusalem is acclaimed equally for its food. A perfect mélange of Eastern...
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Beit Shemesh
In the Judean Lowlands, not far from Jerusalem, stands a low hill—or a tel, in Hebrew—which overlooks the fertile Sorek Valley. The hill was once home to Beit Shemesh, a small city with an extensive history in the biblical record. The name Beit Shemesh—meaning “House of the Sun”—lends some clues as to its beginnings as...
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