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Jesus’ Baptism Site Not a War Zone

in Tourism & Nature

From a holy ground to a war zone and back again, the site where Jesus is thought to have been baptized is all clear of mines, according to the Israeli Defense Ministry. The area which runs along the west bank of the Jordan River, now called Qasr al-Yahud, was once a war zone between Israel…

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The Tel Aviv Bike Path is Blossoming

in Tourism & Nature

For an urban hub like Tel Aviv, bike paths are a hot topic. Given the consistent increase in congestion and traffic, local residents tend to use bicycles, not solely to enjoy the ride, but to get from point A to B. The relationship between cyclists, drivers and even pedestrians has been rocky. With poorly set…

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Pre-1948 Israel Photo Archives Exposed

in Life, Culture & Sports

From our team to yours, we wish you a Happy Hanukkah. May all your lights shine ever so bright! About 28,000 images of Israel before it became a state were released on Wikimedia Commons. The pictures, taken between 1900 and 1946, were found in the archives of institutions such as the Jewish National Fund, the…

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Self-made Global Star Inspires Youth Movement

in Life, Culture & Sports

A fresh and local legend, Stephane Legar is growing into an international influencer among young crowds. Born with the name Stephane Gagba, Legar is a perfect example of a global citizen. His parents are French and African, and arrived in Israel in the nineties on a mission trip when they decided to stay. Today, Legar lives…

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Domestic Violence Against Women Increases by 30%

in Life, Culture & Sports

In the past year, 21 women were murdered in cold blood by their husbands, partners or close family members. Of the 21 women killed, around half had filed a report with the police prior to their deadly incident. Disturbingly, there has been a 30% increase in violence against women in the last year, with over…

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