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10 Best Places To Visit In Israel | 2018

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10 Best Places To Visit In Israel.

Israel offers a whole lot more than amazing age-old ruins and a swathe of biblical sites - here you can also take a dip in the Dead Sea or a boat trip on the Sea of Galilee or for time out, Tel Aviv's beautiful beaches are sure to impress. Here's our selection of Israel's top 10 destinations to get you started.
1. Jerusalem
2. Bethlehem
3. Tel Aviv
4. Nazareth
5. The Dead Sea
6. Eilat
7. Haifa
8. Sea of Galilee
9. Jaffa
10. Masada
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DIY Destinations - Palestine / Palestinian Territories Budget Travel Show

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This special episode of DIY Destinations featuring occupied Palestine, and its FREE and inexpensive, must-see attractions from the North to the South, including from understanding the importance and visiting oldest olive tree in al-Walaja, the birthplace of Jesus in Church of Nativity in Bethlehem, and retracing his footstep in Wadi Qelt to Jericho along the way visiting St. George Monastery and Mount of Temptation, Hisham's Palace and Herod's Palace. We'll also visit Aida Refugee Camps to see the realty of life under military occupation and Al-Shuhada Street. We'll also sample the street food and sweet Kanafeh in Nablus and experience Turkish bath. In Jenin, we'll visit Cinema Jenin Project and famous largest oldest church in the world in Burgin's St. George Church. All done safely, inexpensive and easily!

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Top 10 Largest Cities or Towns of State of Palestine

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1. East Jerusalem
2. Gaza
3. Khan Yunis
4. Jabalia
5. Hebron
6. Nablus
7. Rafah
8. Deir el-Balah
9. Beit Lahia
10. Tulkarm

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The State of Palestine (Arabic: دولة فلسطين‎ Dawlat Filasṭīn) is a de jure sovereign state in the Levant. Its independence was declared on 15 November 1988 by the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) in Algiers as a government-in-exile. The State of Palestine claims the West Bank and Gaza Strip, and has designated Jerusalem as its capital, with partial control of those areas assumed in 1994 as the Palestinian Authority. Most of the areas claimed by the State of Palestine have been occupied by Israel since 1967 in the aftermath of the Six-Day War. The State of Palestine applied for full UN Membership in 2011; and in 2012 was recognized as a non-member observer state by the United Nations.

The October 1974 Arab League summit designated the PLO as the sole legitimate representative of the Palestinian people and reaffirmed their right to establish an independent state of urgency. In November 1974, the PLO was recognized as competent on all matters concerning the question of Palestine by the UN General Assembly granting them observer status as a non-state entity at the UN. After the 1988 Declaration of Independence, the UN General Assembly officially acknowledged the proclamation and decided to use the designation Palestine instead of Palestine Liberation Organization in the UN. In spite of this decision, the PLO did not participate at the UN in its capacity of the State of Palestine's government.

In 1993, in the Oslo Accords, Israel acknowledged the PLO negotiating team as representing the Palestinian people, in return for the PLO recognizing Israel's right to exist in peace, acceptance of UN Security Council resolutions 242 and 338, and its rejection of violence and terrorism. As a result, in 1994 the PLO established the Palestinian National Authority (PNA or PA) territorial administration, that exercises some governmental functions[iii] in parts of the West Bank and the Gaza Strip. In 2007, the Hamas takeover of Gaza Strip politically and territorially divided the Palestinians, with Abbas's Fatah left largely ruling the West Bank and recognized internationally as the official Palestinian Authority, while Hamas has secured its control over the Gaza Strip. In April 2011, the Palestinian parties signed an agreement of reconciliation, but its implementation had stalled until a unity government was formed on 2 June 2014.

On 29 November 2012, in a 138-9 vote (with 41 abstentions and 5 absences), the United Nations General Assembly passed resolution 67/19, upgrading Palestine from an observer entity to a non-member observer state within the United Nations system, which was described as de facto recognition of the PLO's sovereignty. Palestine's new status is equivalent to that of the Holy See; similarly, Switzerland was a non-member observer state for more than 50 years (until 2002). The UN has permitted Palestine to title its representative office to the UN as The Permanent Observer Mission of the State of Palestine to the United Nations, and Palestine has instructed its diplomats to officially represent The State of Palestine—no longer the Palestinian National Authority. On 17 December 2012, UN Chief of Protocol Yeocheol Yoon declared that the designation of 'State of Palestine' shall be used by the Secretariat in all official United Nations documents, thus recognising the title 'State of Palestine' as the state's official name for all UN purposes. As of 30 October 2014, 135 (69.9%) of the 193 member states of the United Nations have recognised the State of Palestine. Many of the countries that do not recognise the State of Palestine nevertheless recognise the PLO as the representative of the Palestinian people. The PLO's Executive Committee is empowered by the Palestinian National Council to perform the functions of government of the State of Palestine. On 25 May 2014 during his visit to the Holy Land, Pope Francis, in a carefully worded statement, made explicit reference to the State of Palestine.

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Top 10 Worst Passports To Travel With

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Top 10 Cities of Israel

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1) Bethlehem
2) Eilat
3) Haifa
4) Jerusalem
5) Nablus
6) Nazareth
7) Netanya
8) Safed
9) Tel Aviv
10) Tiberias


Israel /ˈɪzreɪəl/, officially the State of Israel (Hebrew: מְדִינַת יִשְׂרָאֵל‎, Medīnat Yisrā'el, IPA: [mediˈnat jisʁaˈʔel] ( listen); Arabic: دولة إِسرائيل‎, Dawlat Isrāʼīl, IPA: [dawlat ʔisraːˈʔiːl]), is a country in Western Asia, on the south-eastern shore of the Mediterranean Sea. It shares land borders with Lebanon in the north, Syria in the northeast, Jordan and Palestine in the east, Egypt and the Gaza Strip on the southwest, and the Gulf of Aqaba in the Red Sea to the south, and it contains geographically diverse features within its relatively small area.[6][7] In its Basic Laws Israel defines itself as a Jewish and Democratic State; it is the world's only Jewish-majority state.[8]
On 29 November 1947, the United Nations General Assembly recommended the adoption and implementation of the partition plan of Mandatory Palestine. On 14 May 1948, David Ben-Gurion, the Executive Head of the World Zionist Organization[9] and president of the Jewish Agency for Palestine, declared the establishment of a Jewish state in Eretz Israel, to be known as the State of Israel, a state independent upon the termination of the British Mandate for Palestine, 15 May 1948.[10][11][12] Neighboring Arab armies invaded Palestine on the next day and fought the Israeli forces.[13] Israel has since fought several wars with neighboring Arab states,[14] in the course of which it has occupied the West Bank, Sinai Peninsula (between 1967 and 1982), part of South Lebanon (between 1982 and 2000), Gaza Strip and the Golan Heights. It annexed portions of these territories, including East Jerusalem, but the border with the West Bank is disputed.[15][16][17][18][19] Israel has signed peace treaties with Egypt and Jordan, but efforts to resolve the Israeli--Palestinian conflict have so far not resulted in peace.
Israel's financial center is Tel Aviv,[20] while Jerusalem (if East Jerusalem is included) is the country's most populous city and its designated capital.[a][21] The population of Israel, as defined by the Israel Central Bureau of Statistics, was estimated in 2013 to be 8,051,200 people, of whom 6,045,900 are Jewish. Arabs form the country's second-largest group with 1,663,400 people (including the Druze).[22][1] The great majority of Israeli Arabs are settled-Muslims, with smaller but significant numbers of semi-settled Negev Bedouins; the rest are Christians and Druze. Other minorities include various ethnic and ethno-religious denominations such as Russians, Maronites, Samaritans, Black Hebrew Israelites,[23] Armenians, Circassians and others. Israel also hosts a significant population of non-citizen foreign workers and asylum seekers estimated at about 300 thousand.
Israel is a representative democracy with a parliamentary system, proportional representation and universal suffrage.[24][25] The Prime Minister serves as head of government and the Knesset serves as Israel's unicameral legislative body. Israel has one of the highest life expectancies in the world.[26] It is a developed country, an OECD member,[27] and its economy, based on the nominal gross domestic product, was the 43rd-largest in the world in 2012. Israel has the highest standard of living in the Middle East and the third highest in Asia. Source:
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The wall between the Gaza Strip and Israel ... You have to see it (Taken from the Israeli side)

Zahi Shaked A tour guide in Israel and his camera zahigo25@walla.com +972-54-6905522 tel סיור עם מורה הדרך ומדריך הטיולים צחי שקד 0546905522
My name is Zahi Shaked
In 2000 I became a registered liscenced tourist guide.
My dedication in life is to pass on the ancient history of the Holy Land.

Following upon many years of travel around the world, which was highlighted by a very exciting emotional and soul-searching meeting with the Dalai Lama, I realized that I had a mission. To pass on the the history of the Holy Land, its religions, and in particular, the birth and development of Christianity.

In order to fulfill this calling in the best way possible, I studied in depth, visited, and personally experienced each and every important site of the ancient Christians. I studied for and received my first bachelors degree in the ancient history of the Holy Land, and am presently completing my studies for my second degree.(Masters)



Parralel to my studies, and in order to earn a living, I was employed for many years in advertising. What I learned there was how to attract the publics attention, generate and, increase interest, and assimilate information. All this I use as tools to describe, explain and deepen the interest in the sites that we visit. From my experience, I have learned that in this way, the Holy Land becomes more than just history, and that the large stones that we see scattered about in dissaray, join together one by one until they become - a Byzantine Church. This also happens when I lead a group of Pilgrims in the Steps of Jesus. We climb to the peak of Mount Precipice, glide over the land to the Sea of Galilee, land on the water and see the miracle which enfolds before us. This is a many faceted experience. Not only history which you will remember and cherish, but an experience which I hope will be inplanted in your hearts and minds, and will accompany you all the days of your life.

Budget Travel Palestine - Church of Nativity, Bethlehem

We are visiting the one of the holiest site in Christianity, the Church of Nativity in Bethlehem, Palestine. Originally commissioned in 327 by Constantine the Great and his mother Helena, the cave within is traditionally believed to mark the birthplace of Jesus

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10 Most Controversial Vacation Spots

# 10 Most Controversial Vacation Spots :
Not every vacation is as innocent as a week-long stay in the Florida Keys. Some international vacation spots infringe on the rights of humans, protected wildlife and more. That’s not to say, however, that travelling to these places is prohibited or even slowing. Here is a list of the ten most controversial vacation destinations.

10. Democratic Republic of Congo
9. Costa Rica
8. Machu Picchu
7. Ukraine
6. Alcatraz Island
5. Myanmar
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2. Iraq
1. North Korea

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The Holy Places in Jerusalem amazing clip HD

Jerusalem : יְרוּשָׁלַיִם‎‎ Yerushaláyim, ISO 259-3 Yrušalaym, Abode of Peace; Arabic: القُد, al-Quds [al-Sharif], The Holy Sanctuary)[ii] is the capital of Israel, though not internationally recognized as such.[iii] If the area and population of East Jerusalem is included, it is Israel's largest city in both population and area. with a population of 763,800 residents over an area of 125.1 km2 (48.3 sq m Located in the Judean Mountains, between the Mediterranean Sea and the northern edge of the Dead Sea, modern Jerusalem has grown far beyond the boundaries of the Old City.
Jerusalem is a holy city to the three major Abrahamic religions—Judaism, Christianity and Islam. In Judaism, Jerusalem has been the holiest city since, according to the Torah, King David of Israel first established it as the capital of the united Kingdom of Israel in c. 1000 BCE, and his son Solomon commissioned the building of the First Temple in the city.[5] In Christianity, Jerusalem has been a holy city since, according to the New Testament, Jesus was crucified in c. 30 CE and 300 years later Saint Helena found the True Cross in the city. In Sunni Islam, Jerusalem is the third-holiest city.[6][7] It became the first Qibla, the focal point for Muslim prayer (Salah) in 610 CE,[8] and, according to Islamic tradition, Muhammad made his Night Journey there ten years later.[9][10] As a result, and despite having an area of only 0.9 square kilometres (0.35 sq mi),[11] the Old City is home to sites of key religious importance, among them the Temple Mount, the Western Wall, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the Dome of the Rock and al-Aqsa Mosque.
During its long history, Jerusalem has been destroyed twice, besieged 23 times, attacked 52 times, and captured and recaptured 44 times.[12] The oldest part of the city was settled in the 4th millennium BCE, making Jerusalem one of the oldest cities in the world.[13] The old walled city, a World Heritage site, has been traditionally divided into four quarters, although the names used today—the Armenian, Christian, Jewish, and Muslim Quarters—were introduced in the early 19th century.[14] The Old City was nominated for inclusion on the List of World Heritage Sites in Danger by Jordan in 1982.[15]
Today, the status of Jerusalem remains one of the core issues in the Israeli--Palestinian conflict. After the 1967 Arab Israeli War, Israel annexed East Jerusalem (which was controlled by Jordan following the 1948 war) and considers it a part of Israel, although the international community has rejected the annexation as illegal and considers East Jerusalem to be Palestinian territory held by Israel under military occupation.[16][17][18][19] Israel, however, considers the entire city to be a part of Israel following its annexation of East Jerusalem through the Jerusalem Law of 1980.
According to Palestinian Central Bureau of Statistics 208,000 Palestinians live in East Jerusalem, which is sought as a future capital of a future Palestinian state.[20][21][22]
All branches of the Israeli government are located in Jerusalem, including the Knesset (Israel's parliament), the residences of the Prime Minister and President, and the Supreme Court. Jerusalem is home to the Hebrew University and to the Israel Museum with its Shrine of the Book. The Jerusalem Biblical Zoo has ranked consistently as Israel's top tourist attraction for Israelis
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The Top Ten Oldest Cities In The World

The Top Ten Oldest Cities In The World

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07-Sidon, Lebanon
06-Faiyum, Egypt
05-Susa, Iran
04-Damascus, Syria
03-Aleppo, Syria
02-Byblos, Lebanon
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PALESTINE | MY EXPERIENCE

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Food in Gaza: 'Appetite for Gaza' by Anders Holst Markussen

In the isolated Gaza Strip the food culture is spicy and its population find great pleasure in kebab with chilli and liver.
Forget about the riots, it can be peacefull in downtown Gaza City. Follow Culinary Traveller Anders Holst Markussen as he visit Gaza. Summer the 2011.

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About the trip to Gaza: June 2011 for three days: I was excited to see the area that everyone had warned me about going into - kidnapping, assault. But after crossing Erez checkpoint I met only friendly people. An acquaintances was funny enough at home and visit his family in Gaza simultaneously, so here I found my guide and fixer.

The Gaza Strip has its outset 70 kilometres south of Tel Aviv close to the Sinai Peninsula and the Suez. It's 1.6 million people live enclosed on 360 square kilometres, a size smaller than the Isle of Wight. The siege has been ongoing for years.
How does food culture and indulgence thrive in an area of deprivation such as Gaza? Called the world's largest prison.
Today, about half of the Gaza Strip area is used for agriculture, hardly enough to feed the population. Once a fertile environment, today it lacks water. The first new fields I see are 25 kilometres south of the City. Here a little outside Khan Younis, the second largest city of the Gaza Strip, a million olive trees grow alongside numerous date palm trees. The representatives from the ministry tells me that these were planted only two years ago on pieces of land on which 7-8000 Israeli settlers lived since 1967. The last settlers left Gaza in 2005 and left behind large pieces of land equalling around 30% of the Gaza Strip with fruit trees, apples and mango. At their departure the settlers annihilated all of their factories and houses. The Palestinians quickly reserved these areas for food production but were badly scared because the new land or as it is called Al Muharat the free country was without water. As one of the representatives from the ministry tells me The groundwater was led out of Gaza and into Israel as drinking water causing the natural level to drop. That is why draught today is an unsolvable problem.

Compost

They believe in their agricultural projects: An example is the compost made from plant, sewer and animal disposal. I notice a fair amount of plastic in the piles of compost but am told this will be filtered out before it is packed and sold for 10 shekel pr. piece to a farmer in need. The mould is dry with sharp edges but in fairness it was made in only three months. The normal aging time for a biodynamic mould is three years.

When you work under the pressure of time, as in Gaza, you must make thing grow as the surroundings allow. The Israeli tradition for ecology is passed on, the greenhouses are filled with aubergine and chilli pepper. As the last stop we see a fish farm.

Street food

I find my way to the largest food market. Containers carry the smell of spices and vinegar from pickled beetroots and chilli. There is a racket from chickens and rabbits rummaging in their cages. Onions and nectarines are loaded on flatbeds. I doubt the many young boys in the market spend much time in school, instead they help their parents make a living.

Placed on the grill lies four half pitas, arayes, spread with chopped green chilli, onion and some minced beef. A kafta. The other half of the pita is put on top.

Watermelons are sold from large stalls along the main road. Everyone can afford a melon. Melon with bread or cheese equals a separate meal. Most eateries serve hummus, chickpeas mashed with vinegar and olive oil, can be eaten alone or spread in the kebab. Folfol, the characteristic chilli, can be found in read, green and the light green and very strong variation pickled, called kotis. The people generally make the most of what they have, which is next to nothing. It is a stimulating, sensory trinity between the strength of the chilli, the crispy melon and the creamy hummus. But besides the chickpeas, nutritional value is low, watery melon with chilli lowers your ability to feel full.

Souk

Food is at display in the bazaar. Facing the street Souk el shijaia seated at a counter you can sit and watch meat being prepared on a stick, shishkebab. Meat of lamb and cow represents an unheard-of luxury. Here all meat comes from the intestines of a chicken. A pita with grilled liver, chilli and cubes of lime tastes divine, the flavours far surpassing a factory-made shawarma. The street kitchens of Gaza tastes like chilli.

When evening falls the central square of Al Jundi el Majhol is filled with children playing, families, friends and lovers. I get a cake from a bakery. The speciality of Gaza, kanafi arabije is made from cashew, walnut and pistachio nut hold together by a deliciously sticky cinnamon syrup. (translation from Danish by S.R. Bernstorff)

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Mirador Hotel in Ramallah, Palestinian Territory (Middle East). The best of Mirador Hotel

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In the Palestinian Territory you can visit some of the most recommended places such as Muro de las Lamentaciones, Ciudad Vieja de Jerusalén, Iglesia del Santo Sepulcro, Memorial del Holocausto Yad Vashem, Museo de Israel, Monte de los Olivos, Arafat's Tomb, Dar Zahran Heritage Building and Gil Regev - Tour Guide in Israel & Jordan.
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Top 10 Oldest Cities in the World 2014

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10. Damascus Syria.
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DIY Destinations - Jerusalem Budget Travel Show

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Abu Mazen Hotel in Hebron, Palestinian Territory (Middle East). The best of Abu Mazen Hotel

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General services on site include: wifi available in all areas. In the bar section we can enjoy: special diet menus (on request), restaurant (à la carte), grocery deliveries, bottle of water, snack bar, restaurant (buffet), fruits, breakfast in the room, restaurant, room service and chocolate or cookies. For health facilities include massage chair, hair cut and beauty services. With regard to the transfer we have shuttle service (additional charge), shuttle service, airport shuttle (additional charge), bicycle rental (additional charge), car hire, secured parking and airport shuttle. For the reception we can find 24-hour front desk, newspapers, private check-in/check-out and safety deposit box and tour desk and currency exchange. Within the common areas you can enjoy shared lounge/tv area. For the leisure of the family we will have babysitting/child services. The cleanliness of the facilities will include laundry, shoeshine, dry cleaning, daily maid service and ironing service. If you stay for business reasons in the accommodation you will have meeting/banquet facilities, fax/photocopying and business centre. gift shop, shops (on site), mini-market on site and barber/beauty shop.
We can highlight other benefits like designated smoking area, non-smoking rooms, non-smoking throughout, facilities for disabled guests, heating, bridal suite, allergy-free room, family rooms and air conditioning [
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In Hebron we recommended to visit
In the Palestinian Territory you can visit some of the most recommended places such as Muro de las Lamentaciones, Iglesia del Santo Sepulcro, Memorial del Holocausto Yad Vashem, Iglesia de la Natividad, Masada National Park, Monte de los Olivos, Barrio Judío (Cardo), Church of the Pater Noster and The Western Wall Tunnels.
We also recommend that you do not miss Barrio Armenio, Museo Torre de David, Christ's Tomb, Mount Herzl National Cemetery, Cementerio judío del Monte de los Olivos or City of David National Park
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