12/01/2016

Jérusalem: journée sans pantalon

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


http://coolisrael.fr/27398/une-journee-sans-pantalon-dans...

21/05/2015

L’équipe israélienne de judo arrétée à leur descente d’avion au Maroc

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

lors qu’ils venaient participer à un tournoi, les judokas ont vu leurs passeports confisqués à l’aéroport.

Les sept membres de l’équipe nationale israélienne de judo qui se sont envolés mercredi pour le Maroc pour participer à un tournoi très important ont été arrêtés à leur descente d’avion, avant de voir leurs passeports confisqués par les autorités, rapporte le site d’informations Ynet.

Par ailleurs, le drapeau et les noms des membres de l’équipe israélienne ont été retirés du site du tournoi.

Les judokas israéliens ont pris l’avion en dépit des recommandations de l’Agence nationale de sécurité, appelant à éviter de se rendre dans les pays arabes sans garde du corps.

Selon Ynet, les autorités marocaines ont refusé d’accorder l’autorisation à un garde de sécurité israélien armé d’accompagner les 11 membres de la délégation.

suite sur http://www.europe-israel.org/2015/05/maroc-lequipe-israel...

29/03/2015

15 of Israel's environmental wonders

Israel's varied climate and intriguing geology has shaped breathtaking formations across the country.

banias-falls.jpg.1145x0_q71_crop-scale.jpgBreathtaking natural sights

When it comes to nature, Israel has it all: sandy beaches with sunset views, green trees and fields, solemn desert, fascinating geological formations and more. The country itself may be small, under 300 miles long and about 85 miles across, but what it lacks in area it makes up for in diverse, beautiful scenery. 

In a single day, you could drive across Israel and see mountains, forests, scenic streams, a vast desert – and if you've got the snorkeling equipment, a colorful coral reef. Take a virtual look for yourself as we highlight some of the most remarkable landmarks and waterscapes Israel has to offer.

voir toutes les photos sous:

http://www.fromthegrapevine.com/slideshows/nature/15-isra...

14/02/2015

4 vidéos impressionnantes de la plage de Tel Aviv sous les eaux

 

Banana Beach, 12 février 2015, tempête à Tel Aviv


voir l'ensemble des vidéos source http://kefisrael.com/2015/02/12/5-videos-de-la-plage-de-t...

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30/12/2014

Et si vous réveillonniez avec une recette israélienne?

6 soups and stews from Israel to warm you this winter

These hearty dishes will make you forget about the cold weather.

A good soup can warm your body from the inside. When winter begins, so too do people's cravings for steamy bowls of broth. The cuisine of every country that experiences cold weather has at least a few trademark soups and stews. The best of these recipes are often exported to other four-season places around the globe. 

This is the case in Israel, which has a cuisine that features a number of warming soups and stews that have been introduced by immigrants over centuries. These dishes are a worthwhile addition to anyone's menu of cold weather comfort foods. Here are six of the best soups and stews that have found their way into the cuisine of Israel.

Shakshouka is an egg dish that has many different versions. The traditional recipe is quite simple: eggs poached in a tomato sauce spiced with peppers. Often, crushed garlic, fresh herbs or cumin are added to the stew as flavor enhancers. Modern incarnations of this popular dish are sometimes topped with cheese, sour cream or chili sauce. Many people see Shakshouka as a breakfast food because the main ingredient is egg. In Israel and the Mediterranean region, however, it is often eaten at dinnertime. A variation of this dish is popular in Tunisia, and it was brought to Israel by immigrants from that country.  voir les autres recettes sur le site:

http://www.fromthegrapevine.com/israeli-kitchen/comfort-food-6-soups-and-stews-israel-warm-you-winter

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29/12/2014

10 gorgeous reasons to visit Israel next year

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.

1. See the desert bloom (Spring)

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.

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Read more: 10 gorgeous reasons to visit Israel next year | Noam Chen | The Blogs | The Times of Israelhttp://blogs.timesofisrael.com/10-gorgeous-reasons-to-visit-israel-next-year/#ixzz3NH9CZQM1 
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23/09/2014

How To Bake the Ultimate Challah—for Rosh Hashanah or Anytime

 

The word “challah” once meant the portion of bread that was tossed into the oven as an offering in memory of the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem. Today, challah refers to the particular bread (or lechem) we eat on the Sabbath or holidays. Regular challahs are braided into a long loaf. For Rosh Hashanah, and for each new month, however, the challah is shaped into a circle, symbolizing the cycle of life.

Through the years I have gathered an array of challah recipes from bakers I have visited around the world. Some, like Yemenite Jews, make floppy flat rounds, often fried in a large frying pan, or breads like kubbanah orjahnoun that are slow-baked overnight and served on the Sabbath morning. Others, like the Moroccan Jews, add sesame and anise seeds to theirs and sometimes bake them in a tabun oven….

see more and for Video: A round loaf of bread is a traditional part of a menu for the Jewish New Year, but you should still braid the dough follows link:


http://www.tabletmag.com/jewish-life-and-religion/142314/joan-nathan-ultimate-challah?

17:09 Écrit par Rose Tel-aviv dans Culture, Loisirs, Vie juive | Lien permanent | Commentaires (0) |  Facebook