“I’ve been really working out hard because apparently they’ve got to pick me up in a chair.”
After a lonely year for the hospital patients, staff tear up at the emotional visit to the bride's father, who is recovering from surgery.
Those tying the knot were among the more than 250 Bnei Menashe who arrived in Israel in mid-December on a special EL AL charter flight arranged by Shavei Israel.
The move precedes Israel's plans to reopen the economy, beginning with restaurants, concert halls and event halls, which will allow for large wedding gatherings.
Here’s one representative exchange, which ends with Banks declaring, “I’m a jewcy diva now.”
Nearly a year after the coronavirus first began upending regular life, the court finally ruled that the law will not apply for agreements that were signed after March 12, 2020.
Here are a few tips to help any new couple start off their married life on solid financial footing.
Movers and shakers in Israeli society.
21% rise in marriages as the coronavirus crisis drives costs down, official says