Abraham Teshina’s ‘New Zionism’ movement was born in Japan in May 1948, as Israel declared independence. It was no coincidence.
The beach and the mountains aren’t the only free attractions at Israel’s Red Sea tourist hot spot.
They’d lived in peace with their neighbors for 400 years, but then a swastika appeared on the local tower, and the community fled for Palestine.
Solutions to this and other ancient mysteries abound at Jerusalem’s Bible Lands Museum.
Stirring and creative monuments to the soldiers of the Harel Brigade range from striking sculptures to wonderful parks and unique cemeteries.