The Israeli Scene

a new perspective of Israel

  • American Football in Israel.

    Many aspects of American culture are being adopted by Israelis. The sport of American football is becoming a new emerging sport in Israel.

    The league “IFL” was formed around 2007 by the support of the Craft family, owners of the “New England Patriots” football team, for the purpose of promoting

    the sport of Flag Football in Israel as well as the united states.

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  • The Yafo – Bat Yam Boardwalk 2013.

    This Beautiful newly established boardwalk is located at the sea shore, stretching from

    south yafo beach Up to the Bat Yam northern beach and boardwalk.

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  • Great news for J.viewz fans and music lovers in general: J.viewz is here in Israel for three rare concerts. J.Viewz is the electronica project of the Brooklyn-based Israeli Producer & Remixer Jonathan Dagan. Next to the Balkan Beat Box and Infected Mushroom, Dagan is probebly the most well known israeli musician world wide. He often collaborates with various musicians & vocalists under this alias and lately, with his new project Work in Progress, anyone with passion for his music can become (sort of) a collaborator of his.

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  • Passover is finally over and I can now go back to write about Israel’s tourist attractions and sites not be missed. Today I want to propose a visit to one of my favorite Basilicas in Israel – The Annunciation Church of Nazareth. Read the rest of this entry »

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  • beautiful beach of Bat Yam
    Isragirl Presents : Yad VaShem Holocaust Museum: Hall of Names, Photo by David Shankbone ©

    This evening at 8pm Israel time, the National Holocaust Memorial Day will begin. If you are travelling in Israel, you shouldn’t be planning on a night out since EVERYTHING will be closed: restaurants, cafes, bars, supermarkets, cinemas, theaters, everything!!! Read the rest of this entry »

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  • Safed alley

    Safed (pronounced Tzfat in Hebrew) is a city in the Northern District of Israel and it is one of Judaism’s Four Holy Cities, along with Jerusalem, Tiberias and Hebron. Safed is the birth town of Kabbalah (Jewish mysticism) and still is a center for Kabbalah students and followers. Read the rest of this entry »

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  • I found this video of Tel Aviv city bus tour on youtube and had to share it with you…I call the video “Tel Aviv gay bus tour” because the video was clearly made by someone with a goal: promoting gay tourism to Tel Aviv, and I think that the invitation at the end of the video refers to the Gay Pride Parade, usually held in June. Read the rest of this entry »

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  • Check out this exquisite photo of the Baha’i temple gently resting on the northern slopes of Carmel Mountain and quietly overlooking the city of Haifa. When visiting Israel, be sure not to miss this amazing shrine of the Bab and the magnificent gardens surrounding it. Read the rest of this entry »

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  • Wind surfing in Eilat. What a wonderful world!!!
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  • The duty free shops in Israel’s main international airport, Ben Gurion, are famous for their wide selection and cheap prices. Israelis are aware of that and they plan their shopping accordingly…. Read the rest of this entry »

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