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What’s in the Box? Unique Charity Prepares ‘Ethnically Tasteful’ Food Packages for Israel’s Hungry Citizens
Though Israel is often viewed as an advanced “start up nation,” there are 1.8 million citizens living under the poverty line, due, in part, to its constant influx of immigrants.
There are nearly 800,000 Israeli children living in poverty. Israeli charity organization Meir Panim brings light to the darkness in their lives.
New promenade walls and a 700-year-old Crusader market at the Caesarea Harbor were unveiled on June 10 in the Caesarea National Park, in the presence of Baroness Ariane de Rothschild and representatives from funding and cooperating parties.
Ma’ale Adumim has a plethora of sites and stories with deep historical and religious connections to the Hebrew Bible.
Photographer Zev Rothkoff captured a gorgeous summer day in Mount Hermon in Northern Israel.
Daniel Santacruz's remarkable photo of flags of the twelve tribes of Israel in Shiloh, Samaria. Over 3,000 years ago, the Children of Israel gathered in Shiloh to divide by lot the Land into tribal portions.
“I will do what’s never been done before for the sake of the al Aqsa Mosque, so that the Jews will know who I am – a Muslim, an Arab, a Palestinian.”
This photo by Grace & Rick Knelsen of children enjoying the beach in Nahariya, Israel's northernmost coastal city. The name "Nahariya" comes from the Hebrew word "nahar" which means "river".
This gorgeous photo by Zev Rothkoff displays a pool of water surrounded by mountains and greenery in the Hermon in Northern Israel.