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Mimouna festival amid Coronavirus lockdown

Embar family from Qiryat Ono celebrates the Mimouna festival, the North African Jewish celebration. This year, due to Coronavirus outbreak, Israelis stay home and celebrate the festival in the bosom of their nuclear family. Qiryat Ono, Apr 15, 2020. Photo by Eitan Elhadez/TPS

Hillula near the tombs of rabbis in Jerusalem

Yom Hillula ( festivity ) near the tombs of Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach ztz"l and Rabbi Yisroel Dov Ber Odesser ztz"l at Har HaMenuchot cemetery in Jerusalem. Jerusalem, Oct 25, 2018. Photo by Yaron Blustein/TPS

Tu bi-Shvat: Planting Trees in the Outskirts of Jerusalem

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

Tu bi-Shvat: Planting Trees in the Outskirts of Jerusalem

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