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Some photos from Sukkoth with Samaritans on Mount Gerizim trip by Einat Klein.

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Kapparot is a customary Jewish atonement ritual practiced by some Jews on the eve of Yom Kippur. This is a practice in which a person waves a chicken around his or her head. The chickens are then given to the homeless or poor as an act of charity (tzedakah). The practice of kapparot is mentioned […]

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Hamar tribe boys are the great makeup artists! Before Bull jumping ceremony will start, they put natural pigments on their faces for incredible beauty and vividness.

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Jambiani is a long village on a stunning stretch of coastline. The village itself, a sunbaked and somnolent collection of thatch and coral-rag houses, is stretched out over more than a kilometre starting just south of Paje. The sea is an ethereal shade of turquoise and is usually dotted with ngalawa (outrigger canoes), while on […]

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Tarangire Park, Ngorongoro crater and Lake Manyara are very famous safari parks in Tanzania and one of the best in the world to witness a wildlife and especially the Big Five. In Africa, the big five game animals are the African lion, African elephant, Cape buffalo, African leopard, and White/Black rhinoceros. The term big five […]

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Last two weeks we’ve been travelling to Kilimanjaro and great Tanzanian safari. Now I want to share with you the happiest moment of our trip: group photo on Uhuru Peak (mt.Kilimanjaro), the highest point of Africa – 5895 m.

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Last week we came back from our 8 days long trip to Andalusia, Southern Spain. Andalusia has a rich Moorish heritage, including many fantastic examples of Moorish architecture which were built during the eight centuries when Andalusia was the centre of the Arab population in the Iberian peninsular. Also, it used to be the main […]

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Yesterday one of the most beautiful ceremonies took place on the roof of Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Ethiopian Tewahedo Church has celebrated the Resurrection and thousands of candles were lighted up. Photos by Einat Klein.

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Ethiopian Christians celebrating Easter week in Jerusalem.

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