Snapshots of Simchat Torah in Israel celebrations documented, Instagrammed and shared via Statigram.
The annual Jerusalem March has grown with each successive year since it was established in 1955. This year, 60,000 marchers of all denominations, professions and abilities are expected to make the climb.
An arresting photo essay by Orna Naor documenting the pre-Yom Kippur ritual of kapparot and the people who practice it still.
It’s palm-tastic! This year, 700,000 locally grown lulavs were supplied in time for the Sukkot holiday and the KKL-JNF has set up palm branch distribution centers at forests around the country.
Last night’s Night of Scientists took “Touching the Stars” as its theme, with Israel’s research institutions and museums presenting the wonders of space exploration to the public, young and old.
The 40th anniversary of the Yom Kippur War is being commemorated by Israel’s defense establishment in a reflective manner with discussions, research and self-examination.
To celebrate the New Year, photographer Noam Chen has released an online greeting card guaranteed to lift the spirits, even in troubling times.
A selection of Shana Tova e-cards with images from years gone by. There’s one to fit every need.
Free Israel Photos and Jerusalem.com have a common goal: to share Israel’s beauty with the world while new movie, JERUSALEM, aims to do the same with stunning 3D aerial photography.
In the heart of Jerusalem’s German Colony sits a 19th century Turkish mansion turned British officer’s club turned Nature Museum whose collection presents wildlife of Israel, past and present — and that includes the dinosaur sculptures.