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posted by Site admin on October 28, 2012

Lonely Planet: Negev is 'Hot,' Visit Now

The Negev Desert, often bypassed by travellers hurrying to Eilat, is much more than just sand.
Click here to find out more!

posted by Site admin on July 23, 2012

Culture in israel: Cultural diversity in the Jewish state
It is impossible to summarize in a few words the rich Israeli culture that has developed in the last few decades. However, here we shall give you a short introduction.

posted by Site admin on May 13, 2012

israel: A History of Conflict and Endurance

1948 Arab–Israeli WarIn this article we would like to briefly introduce you to the history of Israel . On May 14, 1948, after thousands of years of Jewish dispersion and oppression around the Mediterranean, the State of Israel finally declared independence. The Zionist movement held the objective of making a homeland for the Jewish people beginning in the 19th century. The Holocaust triggered a massive immigration of Jews and the need to finally build a Jewish state.  
The Holocaust and the need to build a Jewish state

posted by Site admin on May 13, 2012

Israeli Food – An introduction to the Israeli Cuisine

Israeli CouscousThe food of israel is an important part of the culture.  The cuisine is a combination of local dishes from native Jews of Israel and the dishes that came to Israel by the Jew from the Diaspora.  Along with the traditional cuisine, Israeli Jewish fusion cuisine has gained recognition of its own, particularly since the 1970s.

Israeli cuisine adapts to different types of Jewish styles of cooking.  Some styles such as the hearty Central and Eastern European style of Ashkenazi Jews and the lighter Mediterranean dishes of Sephardic and Mizrahi.  The foods and flavors of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean cuisines are incorporated in Israeli cuisine.

posted by Site admin on May 13, 2012

hermon river, banias





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