Being gay in Jerusalem

Gay in Jerusalem By: Ezra Rabinowitz As a city rich with religion and history, Jerusalem is one of the more conservative cities in Israel. It has a large population of religious Jews, as well as a large population of religious Muslims in Eastern Jerusalem. Being […]

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The best bars in Jerusalem’s city center

drinking in jerusalem

The best bars in the city center of Jerusalem There are several nightlife attractions in Jerusalem, among those are the vibrant bar scene of Mahne Yehuda market, the intimate wine bars of Rehavia or our favorite, the city center (Merkaz Ha’ailr). If you are looking […]

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The best street food in Jerusalem

Street food in Jerusalem Jerusalem is known for many things, its rich history, its religious importance and more, but maybe one of the less known attractions in Jerusalem is its great and diverse street food scene. From pizza and Georgian food to soup and Hummus, […]

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Why I really shop at the Shuk

(BY: ARI WENIG) The age of social media has been all about connecting people. And it has, indeed, built bridges across continents, shared ideas over oceans, and created an international, real-time conversation that never stops flowing. This globalised, virtual world is dynamic, rapidly and exponentially […]

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Diving Deep into Jerusalem’s Culture

(BY: EZRA RABINOWITZ)  Imagine yourself sitting in a cafe on bustling Jaffa Road in downtown Jerusalem, sipping Turkish coffee as people rush by during the excitement of the Jewish holidays. An ultra-Orthodox man urges Jewish men to put on tefillin (phylacteries), while nearby an Orthodox […]

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