Mitzpe Massua

Lookout Restaurant   Owner Yaki Cohen [r] Amidst greenery, high on top of the mountain, sits Mitzpe [Hebrew for lookout] Massua. With attention paid to the ecological correctness


Coexistence Starts Young Submitted by Wendy Weiss-Simon “Happy birthday to you” — the tune is known the world over. The song, sung in Arabic, was one of the first things my


Slideshow Enjoy the slideshow in honor of Yom Yerushalayim. Produced by Lila Rosenbloom.


Connecting the Past to the Future Parochet (Ark curtain) from Leeuwarden Leeuwarden, Holland, was a vibrant Jewish community in pre-World War II Europe. Together with the surrounding villages it

Life-Saving Radar Station

Life-Saving Radar Station The radar station at the top of the hill, next to the Latrun Tank Museum, can be seen for miles around. Overlooking the Ayala Valley, and with a clear view


Future Presidents of Israel President Moshe Katsav, First Lady Gila Katsav, Tehilla Founder, Yoske Shapira [L-R] When the President of Israel, Moshe Katsav, presented Tehilla, the

Palmach Museum

Palmach Museum The journey through time experienced at the Palmach Museum takes the visitor back to the 1940s, a stormy decade around the world, and a turning point in the history of


Eating Indian in Israel by Lila Rosenbloom Lila Rosenbloom celebrated her Bat Mitzvah in Israel in April 2000. Her visit to Israel on Chanukah was on her wishlist — one that

Christopher Reeve

A Special Visit by Christopher Reeve Last week, my husband Laurence and I visited Alyn hospital in Jerusalem, Israel’s only paediatric and adolescent rehabilitation centre. We have a particular connection to the hospital through the annual


The Foods of Israel Today Buy the book I can barely boil water, but I love to read cookbooks and Joan Nathan’sThe Foods of Israel Today makes for a fascinating read.