The El Al security officer’s dark gaze bored into mine, then flicked over the middle name on my passport. “Shay. That’s Arabic, isn’t it?”
The building was originally built by the Ottomans as a prison. Now you can get a luxe massage there instead.
Catalonia’s Pyrenees mountains offered refuge to thousands, hiking through knee-deep snow and ice and avoiding Nazi border patrols.
The high-end travel industry has been burgeoning with kosher options, particularly marketed to Orthodox Jewish consumers, in the past few years.
Israeli scientists hope to save Eilat’s natural reefs by diverting divers to the Red Sea’s artificial reefs.
A literary essay reflecting on a picturesque, yet painful, trip to Teheran for one American Jewish woman.
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