Image 4Dead Tree in Sea of Life is an installation artwork from 2017 by Amiram Dora, a travel guide from the nearby city Arad. The work consists of a tree planted on a salt pile in the Dead Sea. The purpose of the work is to show that as opposed to its common name, the Dead Sea is actually a place of rich tourist activity, healing and relaxation.
A hamantash (pl. hamantashen; Yiddish: המן־טאַש homentash, pl. המן־טאַשןhomentashn, 'Haman pockets') is an Ashkenazi Jewish triangular filled-pocket cookie, usually associated with the Jewish holiday of Purim. The name refers to Haman, the villain in the Purim story. In Hebrew, hamantashen are known as אוזני המן (oznei Haman) meaning 'Haman's ears'.
Image 22Patriot missiles launched to intercept an Iraqi Scud over Tel Aviv during the Gulf War
Image 23The Merneptah Stele. While alternative translations exist, the majority of biblical archeologists translate a set of hieroglyphs as "Israel," representing the first instance of the name in the historical record.
Image 24Buchenwald survivors arrive in Haifa to be arrested by the British, 15 July 1945
Image 62Illustration for the Song of Songs. Along with the Book of Esther, the ancient poem is an example of an ancient Israeli literature with no mention of God, and is traditionally read as an allegory of the relationship between God and Israel
The death toll from the airstrikes in the Gaza Strip increases to 109 people, while 530 others are wounded. The city of Rafah is attacked by multiple Israeli raids. Protests continue in the West Bank, resulting in injuries to 35 more Palestinian protesters. The number of children killed also increases to 28. (Al Jazeera)