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4 Apr

Rebbe El on Travel and Israel – Passover and Yizkor 5778

I hope all have been having a wonderful Passover holiday.  We conclude Passover, as we do Sukkot and Shavuot, and Yom Kippur, with the recitation of the Yizkor, Memorial Prayers.   There is the tradition for many whose parents are still alive, to not stay in the sanctuary during the recitation of Yizkor. However, there are many who have passed, who have no one saying memorial prayers for them.  Hence, even if those who are blessed to still have parents alive, they too can stay in the sanctuary, and recite memorial...

30 Mar

Rebbe El on Travel and Israel – Passover 5778 – Next Year in Jerusalem!

While many people dread Passover, it is my favorite holiday.  Since I was a young child, Passover has held a special place in our family’s traditions, whether it was taking down my mother’s Passover dishes, helping set the Seder table, unpacking the little hens with the bowls underneath it, where we put the eggs, or a new Haggadah each year, to add to my collection of Haggadot. The holiday of Passover is filled with traditions and customs, and it is a great holiday to add your own customs and traditions....

24 Feb

Rebbe El on Travel and Israel –  Shabbat Zachor 5778 – A Shabbat to Remember

This Shabbat is known as Shabbat Zachor, the Shabbat of Remembrance, the Shabbat before Purim.  The final portion read on Shabbat Zachor, the maftir portion, is from the book of Deuteronomy, chapter 25, verses 17 through 19, “Remember what Amalek did to you on your journey, after you left Egypt, how, undeterred by fear of God, Amalek surprised you on the march when you were famished and weary, and cut down all the stragglers in your rear. Therefore, when the Lord your God grants you safety from all your enemies...

17 Feb

Parashat Terumah – Letting God in  

Parashat Terumah - Letting God in   This week‘s Torah portion, Parashat Terumah, has one of the greatest verses all of the Torah. God commands us, (Exodus 25:8)  ‘V’asu lee mikdash v’shachanti b’tocham,’  ‘Make for me a sanctuary, so I shall dwell amongst you.’  And so begins many weeks of Torah readings about the construction of the Mishkan, the Tabernacle, the movable Temple that the children of Israel built while traveling in the desert, as a way to show that there was a place for God to dwell amongst them.  Do...

17 Feb

Parashat Terumah – Letting God in  

Parashat Terumah - Letting God in     This week‘s Torah portion, Parashat Terumah, has one of the greatest verses all of the Torah. God commands us, (Exodus 25:8)  ‘V’asu lee mikdash v’shachanti b’tocham,’  ‘Make for me a sanctuary, so I shall dwell amongst you.’  And so begins many weeks of Torah readings about the construction of the Mishkan, the Tabernacle, the movable Temple that the children of Israel built while traveling in the desert, as a way to show that there was a place for God to dwell amongst them.  Do...

14 Feb

Parashat Yitro – Ten Thoughts about travelling to Israel

Blog by Rabbi Ellen S. Wolintz-Fields  - Rebbe El on Travel and Israel   Parashat Yitro - Ten Thoughts about travelling to Israel   1- Each time one visits Israel is a Shehecheyanu moment - a time to say a prayer for a new experience. One can never visit Israel too often.  There is always something new and exciting to see, learn and discover in Israel   2 - Be open to new ideas and opinions.  Israel is full of people with opinions. It is always good to keep an open mind, and listen, and...

5 Feb

What you can do in Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv has so much to offer for tourists and locals alike. Fascinating neighborhoods, beaches, markets and newly developed areas are just some among many. This dynamic city has beautiful nature and many urban areas to enjoy as well. Here are the must-see attractions that the city has to offer. The Sarona Market: The Sarona Market complex was established to be the heartbeat of Israeli culinary art. On an area of 8,700 square meters and with 91 shops of all categories, stalls and restaurants, Sarona Market is Israel's largest indoor culinary market...

10 Jan

Highlights of a Jewish heritage tours of Israel

When beginning any of the Jewish international heritage tours, you will be in for some astonishing sights and experiences. However, in order to know what to expect, here is a little insight into the key sights of the Jewish heritage tours of Israel. The ability to venture to these locations may differ depending on the type of tour you pick. If you would like to see further details on what areas will be visited on which tour, please see our Jewish Heritage tours page.   Tel Aviv One of the largest areas to...

10 Jan

History of Jewish Cuba

Jewish culture has always had a large stamp on the population of Cuba. Although the Jewish population is not as big as it once was, the Jewish people have still had a large impact on the Cuban culture. If you are considering going on any casual or Mitzvah tours to Cuba, you might want to know the history of Judaism in the country. Hopefully, it will give you a little perspective on what the people have gone through. Origins It is commonly believed that Jews first arrived in Cuba during the 1492...

8 Jan

Say “Salve” to a Tour of Italy

If you are looking to hop on a vespa, throw some coins in the Trevi Fountain and stuff your face with spaghetti, a tour of Italy with Israel Tour is your best bet. You can choose from our three tours: Cia Roma (in which you explore Italy’s beautiful capital), Florence Cradle of the Renaissance (where you can step back in time to the ultimate Renaissance city), the Glory of Venice (where you can indulge in the city of gondolas and marble palaces), or you can create your own custom crafted...

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