Israel Lacrosse

“The ILA is indeed a Zionist enterprise, but my opinion—and what I consider to be part of our liberal Jewish culture—is also that it serves as a platform representing a bridge for peace,” Scott Neiss, who imported Lacrosse to Israel, said.

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Sarah Nachshon

A mother's insistence on burying her baby son in Hebron was a step in the direction of rebuilding the ancient Jewish city.

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Birkat Kohanim at Western Wall

During Chol Hamoed, the interim days of Passover, life in Israel takes a turn towards rest and relaxation, and people spend time with family and friends.

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