israeli wedding

Israeli tech magnate marries sweetheart in first glittering wedding of New Year

The couple, who married at Ronit Farm in the Sharon, walked towards the canopy accompanied by their parents to the sounds of the song 'Together' performed live by Marina Maximilian and Guy Menach.


Coronavirus exit strategy: What are the new rules as Israel opens up?

On Sunday, stage two of the country’s exit strategy will begin. Here is what you need to know:

Israelis on balconies serenade couple getting married amid coronavirus

The band noticed the couple getting married, and decided to sing 'Shevet Ahim Veahot' by Idan Raichel.

Blue and White leader Benny Gantz at UTJ Yaakov Asher's son's wedding

Benny Gantz gets cursed at a wedding: 'Terrorist, go with the Arabs'

Upon entering the hall, however, he was received with enthusiasm as the crowd surrounded him in dancing and took pictures of him.

Culture and Sport Minister Miri Regev at a Mimouna event, April 27, 2019

What is a Mimouna and why are Israel's MKs wearing fezes?

This nostalgia persists despite the fact that out of a population of over 250,000 Jews in Morocco prior to the founding of Israel in 1948, only some 2,500 remain.


Out There: It’s raining weddings out there

I’m not talking about the weddings of friends’ children that I attend. I’m talking about my own weddings, the weddings of my own children.


Yehuda Glick visits Temple Mount on his wedding day

Glick is famous for visiting the Temple Mount and insisting of its importance to Jews and Judaism.

News anchor Lucy Aharish [L] and Actor Tzahi Halevi [R]

TV's Lucy Aharish weds 'Fauda' star Tzachi Halevy

The pair had been carrying on a secret romance for several years.

The relationship [with the machatunim] is awkward because its starting point is not a relaxed conver

Giving gravitas to ‘my kid’s in-laws’

The relationship [with the machatunim] is awkward because its starting point is not a relaxed conversation about news, weather and sports, but rather about business – who pays for what?

Rabbi Dov Hayun speaks at the prayer service and demonstration outside the Haifa Rabbinical Court on

Protesters pray at Haifa Rabbinical Court after Conservative rabbi arrest

"The Israeli public wants an open and welcoming Judaism without coercion and most importantly one which respects every person’s path and customs," said Masorti leader Dr. Yizhar Hess.

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