Sukkah, a temporary hut constructed for use during the week long Jewish festival of Sukkot.
Etrog at the four species market. Etrog, or yellow citron, used by Jewish people during the week long holiday of Sukkot, as one of the four species.
Border Guard policemen arriving to watch the participants at the Sovereignty March around the Walls of Jerusalem on Tisha be-Av, which was organized by " Women in Green " movement, as a part of a struggle for Israeli sovereignty in Jerusalem. Jerusalem, Jul 22, 2018. Photo by Daniel Gilo/TPS
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, Thursday, attended toasts for the Jewish New Year with the security arms: IDF General Staff Forum, ISA, Atomic Energy Commission and the National Cyber Directorate. The Prime Minister briefed them on the 2030 security concept. PM Netanyahu to ISA personnel: "The ISA deters, thwarts and defeats on a daily ...
President Reuven "Ruvi" Rivlin vists soldiers at the Gaza-Belt Central Command ahead of Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year.
Fruit disguised family at the Adloyada - the humorous procession on the Jewish holiday of Purim, in the city of Giv'atayim. Giv'atayim, Mar 1, 2018. Photo by Eitan Elhadez/TPS
Minister of Defense Avigdor Liberman participates in tree planting ceremony in Kfar Aza together with the children of the settlement in the frame of Israel-wide mass planting trees activity on Tu bi-Shvat, the New Year of Trees in Jewish tradition. Kefar Azza, Jan 31, 2018. Photo by Elior Cohen/TPS
Minister of Defense Avigdor Liberman (C) and JNF Chairman Daniel Atar (R) participate in tree planting ceremony in Kfar Aza together with the children of the settlement in the frame of Israel-wide mass planting trees activity on Tu bi-Shvat, the New Year of Trees in Jewish tradition. Kefar Azza, Jan 31, 2018. Photo by Elior Cohen/TPS
Schoolgirls planting trees in Arazim Valley Jerusalem Metropolitan Park, a 43-kilometer park being developed around the city of Jerusalem, in the frame of Israel-wide mass tree planting activity on the eve of Tu bi-Shvat, the New Year of Trees in Jewish tradition. Emek ha-Arazim, Jan 30, 2018. Photo by David Michael Cohen/TPS