Zeelim Desert Spa

Desert Spa Photo by M. Kaplan-Green The spa at Kibbutz Ze’elim hamam. As in Kibbutz Revivim, the water source is 10,000 year old brackish water from underground springs.

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Silence

Sounds of Silence In what now seems like another lifetime, when we didn’t hesitate to visit an Arab village, we began our day with a visit to Abu Gosh, located in the

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Ilan

Gilo Residence of the Ilan Foundation Courtesy: Ilan Foundation While everything is done to help a family remain together, sometimes it is necessary for a person to live in a

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Gershuni

Moshe Gershuni – Native Israeli Painter And He Is Merciful 1988 mixed media on paper Copyright: Jerusalem Review No. 2 1997/8 Moshe Gershuni has long been recognized

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Tamale

Hot Tamale Red, yellow, purple, orange, light green and dark peppers are a bountiful bouquet of colors and flavors. Crunchy and sweet, the vine grown vegetables offer a fresh release of taste

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Gvulot

Make Like An Egyptian Remember when the Jews were slaves in Egypt? Probably not. But you can get the “feel” of it by joining a mud brick-making workshop at Mitzpe Gvulot during

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