We’ve all heard the rumours. Danger. Warzone. Scary.
Israel is not a safe place to travel to, and this video explains why.
A video by Noy Leyb and Maya Gilady
These Israeli entrepreneurs are making everything from smart cars to apps that connect volunteers with their next project. Check out the start-up scene in Israel and see for yourself why Israel has earned the nickname “start-up nation.”
Come with us on a bird’s eye tour of Israel – from cityscapes to desert vistas, from forests to fields and mountains to beaches, from modern buildings to ancient fortresses; Israel has it all!
In 120 seconds, this video will change the way you see the Israel-Palestinian conflict.
An Arab and a Jew asking for hugs on the streets of East Jerusalem and Tel Aviv – and the results will surprise you.
Charity, traveling the world, teaching the next generation, and sports cars – these are just a few ways that people in Tel Aviv would spend 3 million dollars. If you asked Hamas, you would get a very different answer.
Hamas spends 3 million dollars on each tunnel that they build – and they keep building. There are better uses than terror.
The terror that struck innocents in Paris, London & San Bernardino recently is the very same terror that targets Israelis in Jerusalem, Tel aviv and throughout Israel in an ongoing wave of attacks since 13 September 2015.
From the north to the south, from the east to the west, “feel the beat” of the unique experience that is visiting Israel. Dance to the rhythms of a rich culture; discover the biblical landscapes, enjoy the diversity of traditions, in the ancient modern country of Israel.
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You can’t smell the heavenly scent of chocolate in this video about Tel Aviv’s Chocolate Festival, but the sights alone are sure to get your mouth watering.
It’s just you, a surfboard, a kite and the wind over the Mediterranean Sea.
Imagine yourself in the Mediterranean beaches of Tel Aviv, riding on a surfboard while holding on to a specially designed kite, using the wind for propulsion.
That’s kitesurfing, and you’ll see many Israelis and tourists having fun with this extreme sport nearly every day of the year.
Victoria, a visitor from abroad, has this to say about Israel’s kitesurfing scene: “I’m on holiday, I’m looking at all the really fit guys, and it all looks like wow, it’s such fun. It’s such an amazing atmosphere. Just brings the place alive!”