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Eyewitness 1948: Fighting for the Jewish State  (I wonder if this is the vessel "Exodus")

Eyewitness Fighting for the Jewish State To be part of Generation 1948 is something to which there is no comparison.

Jewish Pilgrims . From Mt. Zion to The Wailing Wall

Jewish pilgrims on their way from Mount Zion to the Wailing Wall during the Sukkot Pilgrimage in Jerusalem. Photo by Kluger Zoltan.

A Jewish Orthodox man in a hurry among the backstreets of Old Jerusalem

The Big Picture photography competition: best of 2010

A Jewish Orthodox man in a hurry among the backstreets of Old Jerusalem kuda li zuri kad bi znao?

Jewish boy in Jerusalem

Jewish boy in Jerusalem, beautiful.

Tanner's Gate - Jerusalem Old City Gates  The Tanners’ Gate is not officially a “true” gate. Rather, it is a small opening made in the wall for pedestrian access. It is located just west of Dung Gate. It leads into the Jewish Quarter.

Tanner's Gate, Jerusalem Old City. The Tanners’ Gate is not officially a “true” gate. Rather, it is a small opening made in the wall for pedestrian access. It is located just west of Dung Gate. It leads into the Jewish Quarter.

Jewish History, Israel

Yad Vashem Holocaust Remembrance site, Jerusalem. A sculpture dedicated to the 1.2 million Jewish children who had their lives brutally cut short by antisemites during the Shoah.

Yad Vashem Remembrance site, A sculpture dedicated to the million who had their lives brutally cut short by antisemites during the Shoah.

the most brave thing we can do in this dangerous time, is say: "I STAND WITH ISRAEL"... are you going to say it?

Yeshua (Jesus)

The most brave thing we can do in this dangerous time, is say: "I STAND WITH ISRAEL".

Shabbat Morning ... my favourite morning of the week.

Sabbath Morning in Israel Street are empty till around 4 or 5 pm!

The Ma'abarot (Hebrew: מַעְבָּרוֹת plural) were refugee absorption camps in Israel in the 1950s. The Ma'abarot were meant to provide accommodation for the large influx of Jewish refugees and new Olim (Jewish immigrants) arriving to the newly independent State of Israel, replacing the less habitable immigrant camps or tent cities. The ma'abarot began to decline by mid-1950s and were largely transformed into Development Towns. The last Ma'abara was closed in 1963.

Jewish refugees from Arab countries in absorption camp in Israel - late

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Young soldier and orthodox jew reading prayer books at the Western Wall. Jerusalem, Israel,Part of gallery of color pictures of Middle-East by professional photographer QT Luong, available as prints or for licensing.

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