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Hundreds attend prayer rally at Western Wall.
25th annual Klezmer Festival arrives in Safed; religious tunes give ancient city a 21st-century vibe.
The International Safed Klezmer Festival celebrates its 25th anniversary with a top-notch lineup
Aharon Botzer has realized a dream. Several decades ago, he established Livnot U’Lehibanot. Since then thousands of young Diaspora Jews have participated in the program in Safed.
By SETH FRANTZMAN
Edyth Geiger founded an English-language lending library that started from her one-bedroom apartment and expanded to house 30,000 books over several rooms.
By ABIGAIL KLEIN LEICHMA
Tourism has its ups and downs: Safed became “unfashionable.”
By JOHN BENZAQUEN
Attending the ceremony were the Triguboff Foundation’s founder, Australian businessman and philanthropist Harry Triguboff and other dignitaries.
By TAMARA ZIEVE
One woman raises a straw bale house in the Galilee.
By MIRIAM KRESH
Safed Mayor awarded police officers in Safed special certificate of appreciation for helping a distressed immigrant woman give birth.
By MICHAEL OMER-MAN
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By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The inaugural event for the Bagel Bagel factory was attended by government ministers, public figures, rabbis, factory workers and others.
The three-day Klezmer Festival is a chance to explore the heritage of Safed and its unique history.
By ANN GOLDBERG
Safed Mayor Ilan Shohat and Tourism Minister Stas Meseznikov tour the ancient city to review construction being done.
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