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Craftsman Weaving a Tallit    
This photo by Grace and Rick Knelsen’s features a craftsman weaving a tallit (prayer shawl) in Safed, northern Israel. One of the laws God gave to the Jewish people are the fringes that are still worn by Jewish men to this very day.

 

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Walls of the Old City of Jerusalem    
This photo by Ilan Rosen shows a serene evening outside the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem.

 

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Raising Hands in Prayer Near the Ramon Crater    
Ilan Rosen took this impressive photo of a man raising his hands in prayer as he overlooks the Ramon Crater (the “Maktesh”) in Israel’s Negev desert.

 

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IDF Defends in the Heat of Summer    
In the heat of summer, brave soldiers of the IDF keep pushing to protect and defend the Land of Israel and her people.

 

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Panorama of Western Wall    
This panoramic photo shows the plaza in front of the Western Wall plaza after a winter rain.

 

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Horses in the Golan Heights    
Talented 13 year old photographer, Zvi Moss, took this great photo of horses in the Golan Heights in northern Israel.

 

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Lake Kinneret    
Yehoshua Halevi’s beautiful photo of Lake Kinneret. As one of Israel’s primary sources of drinking water, Israelis listen eagerly to weather reports which measure the rise (and not the fall, please God) of the lake during the rainy winter season.

 

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Teddy Park    
This great photo by Daniel Malkiel features Teddy Park’s sound and light fountain at the foot of the Old City walls, across the street from Jaffa Gate. The park is named for past Jerusalem mayor, Teddy Kollek, who was legendary for building up modern Jeru

 

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The Old City Train    
Sharon Gabay’s photo of the “The Old City Train,” a new transportation service that takes visitors from Jaffa Gate to the Western Wall and greatly increases accessibility to the Wall for the disabled.

 

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Israel Air Force    
Israel Air Force fighter jets flying in formation over Tel Aviv. God protects Israel in our generation through the incomparable Israel Air Force ensuring that the Jewish people live in freedom in the land of Zion.

 

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Biblical Marathon in Shiloh    
Israel’s first Biblical Marathon in Shiloh, which traced the footsteps of the first recorded runner in the Bible, where it is written: “a man of Benjamin ran from the battle line the same day, and came to Shiloh” (I Samuel 4:12).

 

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Bania Springs in the Golan Heights II    
Boruch Len’s gorgeous photo of the Bania Springs in the Golan Heights. The spring emerges at the foot of Mount Hermon and serves as a main tributary into the Jordan River. The name ‘Bania’ comes from the Greek ‘Pan’ referring to shepherds.

 

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