A trip to Kever Rachel in Bethlehem

Kever Rachel Last Thursday evening after a long and creative work week my wife and I decided to take our children to Kever Racel (Rachels Tomb) in Bethlehem. Last time I visited this holy site was approximately 20 years ago. At that point we were actually able and allowed to travel into Bethlehem to reach...

Happy Chanukah from Har Hevron

Happy Chanuka in Har Hevron Chanukah is one of the most important personal Jewish holidays according to me. During this beautiful Chag, we, the Jewish people – the Chosen nation, is able to see G-d’s strengths on a deeper level, to cleave stronger to G-d. When we light the candles, it is dark outside and...

Otniel a beautiful Jewish community in Har Hevron

Otniel The Jewish community of Otniel is a religious community and one of the biggest and most well developed in Har Hevron. Here you have a community with everything you may need, both young and old families including 3rd generation living here, in total about 140 families. The community is located along...

Soon election for new Mayor in Har Hevron

Can’t wait to get a new mayor in Har Hevron After more than 14 years with the same mayor in Har Hevron I can’t wait to get a new one that will be able to do changes for the better to make Har Hevron a more attractive place to live in. A mayor that will care more about the people living here and make it a...

Two New Zealand Jewish weddings in Israel within a week

Two New Zealand Jewish weddings in Israel This blog post is written by the woman in my life Leah. As some of you probably know, Eli and I did shlichut (outreach work) in Wellington, New Zealand, for 18 months three years ago. These past two weeks we have had the opportunity to once again meet some of the...

Thanks to Amana we have good housing options in all parts of Israel

Amana the settlement movement of Gush Emunim   Most people that are living in any of the hundreds of different Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria owe it to Amana, the organization that has taken it upon themselves to build beautiful and strong Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria. Not only do they...

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