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The Dead Sea by Daniel Malkiel. Fresh water flows into the Dead Sea but no water flows out. Its stagnant water represents one who fails to grow and develop. We should choose rather to be like life-sustainable water and continue our learning and growing.
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The Latrun Bridge over the Valley of Ayalon by Yehoshua Derovan. This valley is famous for one of Joshua’s battles in which he calls upon the sun to stop in the sky until the battle is over: “O sun, stand still upon Gibeon, and you..." (Joshua 10:12)
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This delicious Israeli treat sesame halva is sold at the Halva Kingdom in Jerusalem’s open market. On your next trip, come and sample cappuccino halva, pecan halva, chocolate chip halva, craison halva, pistachio halva.

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Two brothers who made aliyah from Brazil show off their passion for Capoeira, a Brazilian martial art that combines elements of dance, acrobatics and music. They hope to raise awareness of self-defense skills among Israelis.
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Rebecca Kowalsky’s photo of the southern wall excavations in the Old City of Jerusalem. The southern wall was a place from which Jews ascended to the Temple Mount in the times of the Second Temple.

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This beautiful photo by Yehoshua Halevi features Mount Hermon, the country’s highest point with a 2,814-meter peak. It served as the northern boundary of the Promised Land (Deut. 3:8).

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The city of Shechem in Judea & Samaria by Boruch Len. Shechem is first mentioned in Genesis 12:6 as Abraham’s first stop in Israel. Later, Joseph was buried here. See also Psalms 60 and 108 for King David’s mention of this city.

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This photo by Grace & Rick Knelsen of children enjoying the beach in Nahariya, Israel’s northernmost coastal city. The name “Nahariya” comes from the Hebrew word “nahar” which means “river”.

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This photo by Noam Chem shows fireworks over Tel Aviv celebrating Israel Independence Dayg the beach in Nahariya, Israel’s northernmost coastal city. The name “Nahariya” comes from the Hebrew word “nahar” which means “river”.

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In this photo by Noam Chen we see the entrance to an art gallery in the Jewish Quarter of the old city of Jerusalem.

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Jaffa Road is one of the longest and oldest major streets in Jerusalem. In this photo one can see the modern day Jerusalem light rail.

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