Behold: Shuk HaCarmel

The market is open every day of the week except Shabbat, and sells mostly food but also home accessories and flowers.

Kinneret Water Level Up 3.15 Inches Since Friday

The current water level is 2.59 meters higher than the lower red line.

Like Mushrooms after the Rain: Shaggy Manes at Site of World’s Biggest Tank Battle

Israel and especially the Golan have had a whole lot of rain in January, but for the Coprinus mushroom (דיואית) this is actually the end of the season.

Netanyahu Meets Top Democrats, in Jerusalem for Yad Vashem Forum

There are probably Republicans in the picture, too, but Bibi is crowded up by Democrats, three of whom are members of the tribe.

On Tuesday: Forget the Snow, Look at the Rainbows

Despite all the cold emanating from the weather report, I chose to share with you the rainbow pictures we received from the Israel Nature and Parks Authority this morning.

Prestigious Kosher Winery Spills 1,000 Gallons of Boutique Wines in Tithing Ceremony

"Just as the more income tax you pay, the more profit you made, likewise, the more wine you pour out, the more wine you made."

Bennett Establishes 7 Nature Preserves in Judea & Samaria

"As usual, we have come to carry out the strengthening of our Land of Israel! Not talk. Deeds."

On the Hermon

Israeli ski and snowboard on the Hermon Mountain in northern Israel.

Israel Under Water

Here's a collection of particularly unusual images.

Blessed Rains Gush through Israel’s Nature Preserves

The Kinneret rose since Wednesday by 23 cm, and now stands at 211.10 meters below sea level.

Israel Fighting the Swine Flu with Worrisome Results

"This year, unlike previous years, the influenza strains are much more aggressive and cause more severe symptoms, even in young people with no background diseases."

Somebody Tell Bibi: Soldiers Uproot Jewish-Owned Vineyard in Shiloh

A number of residents who protested the government-sanctioned vandalism were arrested.

Zot Chanukah on Mount Meron: Farewell Dance to Festival of Lights

Zot Chanukah is a reference in Torah literature to the eighth day of Chanukah, since on that day the Torah reading includes the verse Zot Chanukat Ha'Mizbe'ach (this is the inauguration of the altar).

Feisty Pod of Dolphins Playing off Ashkelon Coast

"The dolphin is endangered in the Mediterranean and so it is very fascinating to watch."

Preparing for Chanukah, Installing the Menorah at the Western Wall in Jerusalem

Beginning Sunday, 24 Kislev, 5780 (December 22, 2019) through Monday, 2 Tevet, 5780 (December 30, 2019), there will be a public Chanukah candle-lighting ceremony at the Western Wall Plaza.

President Rivlin Congratulates Boris Johnson Who Played Soccer with Him in Jerusalem

Johnson, a good friend of the Jewish State, said, in January 2018, that President Trump's recognition of Jerusalem as capital of Israel was a "moment of opportunity" for peace.

Hugs All Around

Members of the Shalva Band love to share hugs and love, and President Trump was the lucky recipient.

Netanyahu Finds Support and Gratitude from an Unexpected Quarter

The Pashkevil calls on the public to show their gratitude to Netanyahu for his support of the Haredi community.

Camping Out in Hebron for Parshat Chayei Sara

Many thousands of Israelis will be spending Shabbat in Hebron in honor of Parshat Chayei Sara.

#PallywoodFail #Gaza #Israel #IslamicJihad

What are you supposed to do when it turns out your cousin is an Islamic Jihad terrorist?

On Patrol

IDF soldiers on Patrol in al-Arrub, north of Hebron, on November 13, 2019.

Islamic Jihad Rocket Hits Sderot Factory, Fire Fighters Forced to Take Cover

Firefighters worked to put out the fire before it could cause too much damage.

Closing the Gates to Peace with Jordan

Israeli soldiers close the gate leading to the Island of Peace in Naharayim, northern Israel, on the border with Jordan,

Old City Parkour

Parkour at Jerusalem's Damascus Gate.

Air Force One

Prime Minister Netanyahu, and eventually, whoever follows after him in the top seat, is getting a shiny, like-new, pre-owned Boeing 767-300ER, nicknamed Air Force One.

Cool Flying Things

Netanyahu visited the Palmachim Air Force base and checked out the cool flying things they have on the base.

Tomb of the Kings

The tombs are believed to be the burial site of Queen Helene of Adiabene and her family.


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