The Temple Mount Sifting Project publishes details of the items discovered whilst sifting through the debris that the Muslim Waqf discarded whilst digging underneath, Oren Rosenfeld’s film “Hummus!” focuses on the colorful owners of three Israeli hummus restaurants and their personal stories, and much more.
By: Michael Ordman
Culture, Entertainment and Sport
Each month, the Temple Mount Sifting Project publishes details of one of the items discovered whilst sifting through the debris that the Muslim Waqf discarded whilst digging under Temple Mount. October’s find was the leg of an Iron-age figurine (8th – 6th Century BCE).
Hummus the movie
Oren Rosenfeld’s film “Hummus!” focuses on the colorful owners of three Israeli hummus restaurants and their personal stories. Jalil Dabit, a Christian Arab from Ramle; Eliyahu Shmueli, a Jew from Yokneam and Suheila al-Hindi, a Muslim Arab from Acre.
Justin Bieber to perform in Tel Aviv
For the second time in five years, international pop sensation Justin Bieber will be coming to Israel for a performance at Park Hayarkon, Tel Aviv expected to take place in May 2017.
Rock legends Yes have confirmed that they will perform at the Menora arena in Tel Aviv, on March 7. The concert will feature three of the band’s original lineup – vocalist Jon Anderson, guitarist Trevor Rabin and legendary keyboardist Rick Wakeman.
BeerSheba does the double on Inter Milan
Ben Sahar’s 93rd-minute winner completed an unforgettable comeback for Israeli soccer champions Hapoel Beersheba, securing a 3-2 win at home over Inter Milan to keep their Europa league hopes alive. In September, BeerSheba beat Inter 2-0 at the San Siro stadium.
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