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In Plain Language: The light at the end of the tunnel

ByRABBI STEWART WEISS
May 1, 2014 14:46

Come to Israel from Nisan to Iyar.

Jerusalem

CELEBRATING INDEPENDENCE DAY at Sacher Park in Jerusalem. Our greatest triumphs have generally come on the heels of our greatest tragedies. (photo credit:MARC ISRAEL SELLEM)

A word to the brothers and sisters still stuck in the Diaspora: if there is only one time during the year that you can come to visit Israel, it should be from 14 Nisan through 6 Iyar.

During this extraordinary three-week window, you will gaze upon the real Israel, and you will learn pretty much everything you need to know about the uniqueness of this place we Jews call home.

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