The coronavirus pandemic has brought tourism in Jerusalem and all of Israel to a halt.
Jerusalem’s Mahane Yehuda market, ordinarily packed with shoppers and tourists, reopens after lockdown.
“I never had any idea there was any interest in these pictures,” Fendrich said. “All the pictures were headed to a garbage can.”
“News from a biblical perspective in the Jewish community sounds ridiculous, But for Christians, it’s so part of their outlook on life.”
“That is the first known example of written Yiddish in history.”
“Usually [the Jerusalem Report] has complete editorial independence.”
“Beer is something that brings people together in all countries, and we knew that in Israel there is a vibrant craft beer scene.”
Falafel and shawarma on a pizza. What could go wrong?
Teklit Michael, who has worked odd jobs since arriving in Israel in 2007, called it “complete nonsense” to call African asylum-seekers “infiltrators.”
Sabich is a uniquely Israeli dish created by an Iraqi Jew living in the Tel Aviv suburb of Ramat Gan.