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AllJewishLinks.com Newsletter Issue #7 December 7, 2011

Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright and screenwriter, and polarizing political voice Tony Kushner, was awarded $100,000 for “Creative Citizenship” at The Nation Institute’s Annual Gala last Dec. 5 in New York. Kushner was recognized for more than his work alone. Independent of his art, Kushner is known for his daring political views, especially as they concern Israel. [...]

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Top 10 Things to do in LeZion, Israel

1.) Superland Theme Park The Superland Theme Park is located in Rishon LeZion. It is Israel’s second largest theme park. Operating since 1991, the Superland has become a famous and reputable source of fun and excitement. Rides in Superland are very breathtaking and exciting. Rides also range according to age level and complexity. 2.) Palmachim [...]

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Top 10 Things to do in Tel Aviv, Israel

1.) Hilton Beach The Hilton Beach is located in Tel Aviv, Israel. It was named after the nearby famous Hilton Hotel in the area. Dogs, which are usually not allowed in beaches, are allowed to enjoy the Hilton Beach on the northern part. Many pet lovers prefer bringing their pets to the beach instead of [...]

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Top 10 Things to do in Holon, Israel

1.) Israel Puppet Theater Center The Israel Puppet Theater Center, is home to the art of puppetry located in Holon, Israel. It has incorporated its own puppetry school and museum 12 years ago. Last 2006,they moved to a more conventional site adding up a 150-seat auditorium for the audience to enjoy and a  library with [...]

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Top 10 things to do in Ashdod, Israel

1.) Ashdod Nitzanim Sand Dune Park Ashdod Nitzanim Sand Dune Park is a unique psammosere ecosystem situated in the nearby city of Ashdod, extending over at about 3,000 acres amid the Mediterranean Sea towards the west and agricultural areas to the east, and between the waterway to the south, which is the Avtach and to the north, connecting to [...]

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Diaspora museum

The Diaspora Museum, located in Tel Aviv, Israel, is one of the biggest museums in the world that focuses on the rich history of the Jewish people.The museum houses numerous collections and artifacts about and related to the culture and traditions of the Jews all over the world as early as 2500 years ago. These [...]

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The Museum for Bedouin Culture

The Museum for Bedouin Culture was created for the main purpose of collecting, documenting, and preserving the unique culture of the Bedouins’ before it disappears. The Bedouin tribes went through a process of drastic changes as they progress from being a nomadic to a contemporary way of life. The current anthology was combined concurrently in [...]

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Museum of Art - Tel Aviv

The Tel Aviv Museum of Art in the district of Tel Aviv, Israel is one of the biggest museums of the country. It houses different kinds of art works and historical artifacts that symbolize and describe the rich culture and tradition of Israel. The Tel Aviv Museum of Art was opened in 1932, even before [...]

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Israeli Cartoon Museum

The Israeli Cartoon Museum is located in the city of Holon near Tel Aviv. In 2007, it was added to the Mediatheque Holon which is the main cultural center of the city. It is where the Israeli cartoonists and caricaturists develop their art through constant practice, learning and exposure. Art galleries and exhibition rooms are found [...]

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Top 10 things to do in Mizpe Ramon, Israel

1.) The Wise Astronomy Observatory The Wise Astronomy Observatory is an astronomical observatory situated 5 km west of Mizpe Ramon City in the Negev desert, near the border of the Ramon Crater. It is owned and managed by the Tel-Aviv University and is considered as the only certified astronomical observatory in Israel. 2.) Jeep treking Jeep Trekking nowadays in [...]

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Top 10 things to do in Ramat Gan, Israel

1.) Ramat Gan Stadium Ramat Gan Stadium is the national football stadium in Arad City, Israel. The entire stadium is located in an 8,892 acre lot and it has a 41,583 capacity and serves as Israel’s largest stadium. Six extravagant changing rooms, press conferences hall, communications rooms, medical examination and drug checking, banquet and convention hall and [...]

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Top 50 things to do in Israel

1.) Western Wailing Wall Western Wailing Wall is situated at the foot of the western side of the temple of mount in the old city of Jerusalem. Considered as the most holiest place for Jews wherein thousands of Jewish worshiper believes that the presence of God’s spirit is always in the holy temple for thousands of years. 2.) Old City of Jerusalem [...]

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Beit Rubin Museum

Beit Rubin Museum is an attractive little Museum situated at 14 Bialik Street in Tel Aviv, Israel. It has a collection of art books, documentary information and a video in English regarding the artist Reuven Rubin, as well as his studio is all on exhibit in the Museum. The artist, Reuven Rubin was born in [...]

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Tel Aviv Museum of Art

Tel Aviv Museum of Art is a remarkable architectural structure and is considered one of the largest museums in Israel of contemporary art. It also possesses a broad variety of works and has exciting representation of Israeli art and culture. The Museum was founded in the year 1932. It functioned as one of the major [...]

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Design Museum Holon

Design Museum Holon is the first national Design Museum located in the newly urbanized city of Holon, which is a few miles south of Tel Aviv. Ron Arad architects designed the museum in the year 2003 of March. The group of architects met the challenge of producing an international standard edifice to highlight, convey and [...]

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Independence Hall Museum

Independence Hall Museum, Israel

Independence Hall Museum stood firm and steadfast in the historic Rothschild Boulevard in Tel Aviv, Israel. This hall symbolizes the unwavering and unbendable faith and strength of Israel under years of tyranny, persecution and sufferings. In this very hall, in May 14, 1948, Friday at exactly 4 pm, the first Israeli Prime Minister Ben-Gurion declared the [...]

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Museum of the Jewish Diaspora

The Museum of the Jewish Diaspora is believed to be one of the largest museums in the whole world containing a bountiful of information about the history of the Jews over the last 2,500 years. The Museum is situated on the campus of Tel Aviv’s University. The Museum has a lot to offer to the [...]

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Bograshov Beach

Bograshov Beach, Israel

Bograshov Beach hails in the streets of Bograshov in Tel Aviv, Israel. Situated in the center of some of the best tourist attractions and hotels, the finest that Tel Aviv in Israel has to offer. A stones throw away from tourists destinations like Dizengoff fountain, The Great synagogue, The Museum of Israeli Art, Frank Meisler, Irit and [...]

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iPhone apps for Israel

There is no better place in the world to spend Jewish holidays than Israel. In no other place the spirit of the holidays can be felt more intense. The shopping fever, house preparations, talks over where to spend it and with whom. You can feel that in every corner of  Israel. Ubiquitous  vibrating voice of [...]

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Israel Travel Guide

by Asher Israelowitz The Israel Travel Guide contains all of the information a first time or a seasoned traveler will need while staying in Israel. The guide contains detailed do-it-yourself walking and driving tours to all parts of the country, including the Old City of Jerusalem, the new city of Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa, Tiberius, [...]

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Israel Travel Guide 5th Edition

Celebrating Israel’s 60th Anniversaryby Oscar Israelowitz The Israel Travel Guide-Fifth Edition (2008) celebrates Israel’s 60th Anniversary. It is designed for the first-time and seasoned traveler to Israel. It contains information about hundreds of museums and historical sites such as the Israel Museum, Beit Hatefutsoth, Mini Israel, Menachem Begin Museum, Chagall Windows at the Hadassah Hospital, [...]

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Jewish Museums of the World

by Grace Cohen Grossman Jewish Museums of the World celebrates more than 150 Jewish museums from every point on the globe. Treasures from unexpected collections are featured in more than 400 illustrations, whose scope spans ceremonial to fine arts to history. A directory of all the museums contained in the book, as well as other, [...]

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Israel Travel Guide

by Asher Israelowitz The Israel Travel Guide contains all of the information a first time or a seasoned traveler will need while staying in Israel. The guide contains detailed do-it-yourself walking and driving tours to all parts of the country, including the Old City of Jerusalem, the new city of Jerusalem, Tel Aviv, Haifa, Tiberius, [...]

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Israel Travel Guide 5th Edition

Celebrating Israel’s 60th Anniversaryby Oscar Israelowitz The Israel Travel Guide-Fifth Edition (2008) celebrates Israel’s 60th Anniversary. It is designed for the first-time and seasoned traveler to Israel. It contains information about hundreds of museums and historical sites such as the Israel Museum, Beit Hatefutsoth, Mini Israel, Menachem Begin Museum, Chagall Windows at the Hadassah Hospital, [...]

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Pomegranates Mouse Pad

By Israeli Artist Reuven Rubin Pomegranates on My Window by Reuven Rubin, 1967. From the collection at the Rubin Museum, Tel Aviv. 9.5′x7.5′

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Jewish Museums of the World

by Grace Cohen Grossman Jewish Museums of the World celebrates more than 150 Jewish museums from every point on the globe. Treasures from unexpected collections are featured in more than 400 illustrations, whose scope spans ceremonial to fine arts to history. A directory of all the museums contained in the book, as well as other, [...]

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Pomegranates Mouse Pad

By Israeli Artist Reuven Rubin Pomegranates on My Window by Reuven Rubin, 1967. From the collection at the Rubin Museum, Tel Aviv. 9.5′x7.5′

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Scroll of Independence

Show your support and hang this reproduction in your home, office and classroom. On May 14, 1948, on the day in which the British Mandate over a Palestine expired, the Jewish People’s Council gathered at the Tel Aviv Museum, and approved this proclamation, declaring the establishment of the State of Israel. The new state was [...]

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To the Bar-Mitzvah Boy

A Bar Mitzvah greeting card with a colorful Jerusalem design on the cover. Through a ‘window cut’ on the cover you can see a historical black & white hamsa photograph. When opening the greeting card, it is written in black print above the Hamsa ‘she’yihieh be-mazal’ in Hebrew (which means ‘with luck’) and on the [...]

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New Parents

Congratulations on your new parents! A greeting card with a colorful design of ducks and flowers on the cover. Through a ‘window cut’ on the cover you can see a historical black & white photograph of a Jewish amulet against the evil eye. When opening the greeting card, it is written in black print above [...]

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