Les habitants de Jérusalem n'ont ni froid aux yeux, ni aux jambes le dimanche 10 janvier a eu lieu la journée « sans pantalon » où ils ont pris le tram sans pantalon
on parle souvent de la soi-disant "apartheid" en Israel. On devrait plus souvent parler de l'apartheid dans les territoires- pays arabes.
Marc: L’équipe israélienne de judo arrétée à leur descente d’avion
Israel's varied climate and intriguing geology has shaped breathtaking formations across the country.
Breathtaking natural sights
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6 soups and stews from Israel to warm you this winter
Israel is arguably one of the world’s smallest countries. Yet small as it may be, it has to be one of the most exciting places on earth.
It’s a country that can be an inspiration to all – the only place in the region where all religions live side by side under a solid democracy. It has become an international center for innovation and development, despite all geographical and political struggles. Even the desert flourishes in Israel.A visit to the Holy Land may prove to be a spiritual experience even for those of who are not religious, considering how reach in history the land is. There is so much to be in awe for.
As 2014 comes to an end, it’s time to list my top 10 reasons for why you should start planning your visit here in 2015, in case you haven’t done so yet.
The Negev desert is famous for its beautiful and arid landscape. There is a time in the year when, for a mere couple of months, the desert transforms and become dotted with lush and colorful fields. Spring comes early in Israel, and February is the peak season to see the forests of the northern Negev filled with flowers and visitors alike. The “Red South” festival is celebrated during this month, offering plenty of activities revolving the blooming scenery.