4,000 college students from 60 countries gathered in Tel Aviv in October. It was the latest mass sing-a-long sponsored by the social music project, Koolulam.
Jews across the globe have just celebrated Yom Kippur – the Day of Atonement. In Israel, everything comes to a halt for the 25 hours of the fast. No cars on the road, no children going to school, nobody doing any business. Even in Tel Aviv, seen as Israel’s secular capital, the metropolis sleeps for… Read more »
The first natural history museum in the Middle East has opened its doors to the public. The Steinhardt Museum of Natural History, also known as the Israel National Center for Biodiversity Studies, based in Tel Aviv, houses more than 5.5 million species from around the globe – with an emphasis on the flaura and fauna… Read more »