Israel Travel Newswire (Page 3)

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  1. ScienceMan stumbles upon ancient Egyptian seal while hiking in...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | RedOrbit

    An Israeli man out for a hike with his family found a tiny white object at the Horns of Hattin in the Lower Galilee which turned out to be a 3,500-year-old Egyptian seal in the form of a scarab, the Amit Haklai, a farmer from Kfar Hittim, reportedly spotted the engraved, beetle-shaped object while on an excursion with his children at the site of the twin peaks. Upon noticing the shape of the item, and the fact that it bore engraved decorations, he contacted the Antiquities Authority.

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  2. A salad of biblical proportions at the WaldorfRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | The Times of Israel

    When executive chef Itzik Barak from Jerusalem's Waldorf Astoria set out to create a dish for the annual Tastes of Waldorf Astoria competition, he thought of the Bible. "It had to be a dish that represented the seven species," he said, referring to the famed passage in Deuteronomy 8:8 that describes the ancient Israel as a land of wheat, barley, vines, figs, pomegranates, olive oil and date honey, all staple foods of the time.

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  3. Mistaken EnemyRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Foreword

    In a thoughtful and fast-paced thriller, Dennis A. Nehamen introduces Zach Miller, a writer thrust into a deadly plot from almost the moment his plane touches down in Tel Aviv. Mistaken Enemy is an intriguing and carefully drawn work that moves at breakneck speed, with early hints that unfold in a series of surprising ways.

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  4. Israel Pic: Tel Aviv VibrancyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 18 | Mystical Paths

    Israel is an incredible land, the Holy Land. Whether it's natural views changing from beach to desert to lake to mountains, or holy places, or ancient ruins, or modern technology parks, every bit of Israel presents stunning views.

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  5. Avis Israel Anticipates Record-Breaking Summer Tourist SeasonRead the original story w/Photo

    May 21, 2012 | 24-7 Press Release

    According to Ministry of Tourism statistics, Israel is expected to enjoy even more tourism from overseas than usual, so Avis Israel encourages making early reservations. TEL AVIV, ISRAEL, May 21, 2012 /24-7PressRelease/ -- Summer is traditionally a time when car rentals in Israel peak, as children from around the world are on vacation from school and families can enjoy quality holiday time together. 1 comment

  6. Avis Israel's Demand Increases from Both Local and Global Customers for April HolidaysRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 4, 2012 | 24-7 Press Release

    April in Israel is a month with many special events including: festivals, concerts, performances, street fairs and walking tours which are tremendously varied so that there is something for every one of all ages and tastes. April's warm temperatures mean that more outdoor events can take place, and combined with the Passover holiday for which kids are away from school, it means that April is a great time to be in Israel.

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  7. Photo Essay: Roman Aqueduct, CaesareaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | The Times of Israel

    Brooklyn, NY and were friends there before she moved full-time to Herzliya. Six years ago we reconnected on Facebook, met again in New York, fell in love and got married.

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  8. Travel sites slammed for offering stunning rooms with a (biblical) view in 'greater Israel' suburbsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Feb 3 | Jewish World Review

    Igal Canaan is silhouetted as he closes the glass doors leading to a terrace overlooking Nahal Prat at his bed and breakfast 'Nof Canaan' which is advertised on Airbnb international home-sharing site and rental listings service. Photo for The Washington Post by David Vaaknint Igal Canaan, a Jewish settler, threw open the doors of his designer apartment to reveal a jaw-dropping panorama of blue sky and Judean wilderness.

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  9. Minnesotan State Legislator Delegation Travels to IsraelRead the original story

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Jerusalem Post

    In many ways Israel is the center of the world - both spiritually and politically. The borders of the tiny nation contain the birthplace of monotheism, holy sites for Christianity, Judaism, and Islam, and unfortunately one of the most intractable conflicts of the past two centuries.

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  10. Israel Pic: Full Moon over Har Hotzvim JerusalemRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 14 | Mystical Paths

    Israel is an incredible land, the Holy Land. Whether it's natural views changing from beach to desert to lake to mountains, or holy places, or ancient ruins, or modern technology parks, every bit of Israel presents stunning views.

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  11. Russian Oil Production Hits New Record Despite Talk Of CutsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Weekday Magazine

    Russian oil production hit a post-Soviet high last month even as top Russian officials on February 2 continued to push for a deal with the OPEC oil cartel to curb booming global production. Igor Sechin, the head of Rosneft, Russia's state-owned oil company and its biggest producer, met with Venezuelan oil minister Eulogio Del Pino in Moscow, and said afterwards that the two men had discussed possible joint efforts to stabilize global oil markets.

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  12. Scuba Bestsellers of 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | SCUBA News...

    Fifty Places to Dive Before You Die regains the top spot from Dive Atlas of the World , which drops down to third. Most of the books are either diving area guides - to specific locations or dives around the world - or sea life guides.

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  13. The Next Ottolenghi: How Philly's Michael Solomonov Is Globalizing Israeli CuisineRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | The Huffington Post

    Many friends have urged me to visit Zahav restaurant in Philadelphia. Zahav is well-known for its Israeli-themed cuisine, especially its hummus, which is considered by many to be among the best outside of Tel Aviv.

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  14. What Israel's startup scene can teach the worldRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jan 21 | Globe and Mail

    Israel is a tiny country with an outsized impact on tech. Not only does it house as many as 3,000 tech-related startups , but more than $6-billion a year flows into the country through exits , according to Israel's IVC Research Center.

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  15. Jeb Wona t Challenge RubioRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | The American Conservative

    Who in the so-called GOP establishment lane is going to try to challenge the elite anointment of Marco Rubio? Possibility number one was Jeb Bush, who surely has the money and organization to do it. He had shown some relative strength in New Hampshire, coming in second in one poll, and seemed to make a good impression on people in two previous events I've seen him in.

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  16. Grapevine: A three-letter wordRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Jerusalem Post

    In addition to International Holocaust Remembrance Day that was held last week, Israel has two other days on its calendar in which the victims of the Holocaust are remembered. These days were observed long before the United Nations designated January 27. One is the official Holocaust Remembrance Day on the 27th day of the Hebrew calendar month of Nisan; and the other is on the 10th day of the Hebrew calendar month of Tevet, when prayers are recited for people whose date of death and graves are unknown or who have no graves.

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  17. Oxford University Press signs deal with 3 Israeli start-upsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | The Times of Israel

    The Oxford University Press announced Tuesday that it was teaming up with three Israeli education technology start-ups to develop additional online educational services, amid a growing movement among academic institutions worldwide to boycott Israel over its policies toward the Palestinians. The three firms - Tiny Tap, Kidoz, and Total Boox - are involved in all aspects of the digital book business, from creation to distribution to marketing.

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  18. Hiker discovers 3,500-year-old Egyptian antiquity in GalileeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | The Times of Israel

    File: 18th Dynasty scarab seals and a carnelian signet ring found by IAA archaeologists in a cave near Tel Halif, in southern Israel A 3,500-year-old Egyptian seal in the form of a scarab was discovered by an Israeli during a walk in the Lower Galilee. Amit Haklai spotted a tiny white object while on an outing with his small children on the Horns of Hittim near Tiberias, Army Radio reported Tuesday.

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  19. Israeli hiker discovers 3,500-year-old Egyptian seal in GalileeRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Jerusalem Post

    Curator of Ancient Egypt at the Israel Museum identifies seal as a scarab amulet from the New Kingdom, the period stretching from the 16th-11th centuries BCE. 3,500-year-old seal found by hiker at the Horns of Hattin in the Lower Galilee.

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  20. INTERNATIONAL: Airbnb slammed for offering rooms with a view in Jewish settlementsRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Feb 2 | Jewish Journal

    In this photo taken Sunday, Jan. 17, 2016, Inbal Zeev walks by her guest house advertised on Airbnb international home-sharing site in Nofei Prat settlement at the West Bank. Palestinians say that by contributing to the settlement economy, Airbnb, like other companies doing business there, is perpetuating the expansion of Israels settlement enterprise.

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