The Arab-Jewish Community Center in Jaffa organized a day of celebration to promote tolerance. The AJCC is the only municipally-founded community center catering at once to Jewish, Christian, and Muslim populations. Jaffa, Israel. 27/11/2010
Orthodox Christians celebrate Christmas in Jaffa with the traditional procession to the Greek Orthodox Church of St. George. The Orthodox celebrate Christmas on January 7, according to the Gregorian calendar.
After six years of relative calm, Israel’s major city of Tel Aviv experiences a terror attack in what could be the beginning of a new wave of bus bombings. On the 8th day of Israel’s offensive over Gaza, a bus explodes adjacent to major institutions.
Five police officers and ten demonstrators were hurt during a protest after a rabbi lead mass prayers to curse developers of luxury housing project which would desecrate Jewish graves. Andromeda Hill, Tel aviv, Jaffa. Israel 16/06/2010
President Shimon Peres visits St. Anthony's Roman Catholic Church, accompanied by Mayor Ron Huldai, where they extend holiday greetings to Jaffa Christian representatives and Christian community leaders. Jaffa, Israel. 22nd December 2011.
This museum is the history of the struggle for Independence (1947-1948). The main exhibit – the Passover 1949 campaign to liberate Jaffa. The idea of the Etzel movement itself is the free entrance of Jews to Palestine. Israel. 19th December 2011
More than 1,500 people protested in Jaffa against the razing of homes in the largely Arab neighborhood of Ajami, carrying Palestinian flags. Land Day is a holiday, which began in since 1976, when six Arabs were killed during a protest.
Parliament Member Michael Ben-Ari (Ichud Leumi Party) and extreme right-wing activists Itamar Ben-Gvir and Baruch Marzel lead a Parade of Flags through the mixed city of Jaffa calling for a Jewish Jaffa. Jaffa, Israel. 02/03/2011.
Hundreds of right wing Jews paraded today on the streets of Jaffa, protesting what they say is an Islamic resurgence and threats against religious Jewish communities in the mixed city. Jaffa, Israel, 02/03/2011
Before the Jewish holiday of Passover, the matzah bakery in Chabad Village works day and night to prepare enough matzah in time for Passover, which begins on Monday. The bakery is sold out, and only those who ordered matzah in advance will get them.
Given the diversity of denominations among Christian-Israeli Arabs, some celebrate with the Western Churches on the Gregorian 25th of December, and others with the Eastern Churches on the Gregorian 7th of January. 6th January 2012
Photography exhibition "Chalil Raad Photographs 1891-1948" is the first in Israel and the world dedicated to the work of the first Arab photographer active in Palestine. On display at Gutman Museum, Neve Tzedek. Tel-Aviv, Israel. 11/09/2010.
This morning as aid ships were leaving Turkey for the Gaza Strip, at 10:30 a.m. a flotilla of 30 boats and yachts leave the Herzliya Marina to protest the European aid shipments in front of Tel Aviv and Jaffa beaches.
To combat racism and hatred manifested throughout Israel, and in Jaffa in particular, the AJCC (Arab and Jewish Coexistence Center) launch a festival dedicated to tolerance and understanding. Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Israel. 26th November 2011
To combat racism and hatred manifested throughout Israel, and in Jaffa in particular, the AJCC (Arab and Jewish Coexistence Center) held a festival dedicated to tolerance and understanding. Tel Aviv-Jaffa, Israel. 26th November 2011
Since 2006, Israel has seen a steep rise in the number of migrants arriving from Africa, in particular from Eritrea, Sudan and Ivory Coast. It is estimated over 20,000 entered illegally through the Sinai in 2011. Images taken between Sept-Dec 2011
Encouraged by Tel-Aviv counterparts the night before, a few hundred Jerusalem Social Justice activists assemble at Paris Square and march downtown shouting slogans against PM, government and so-called tycoons and disrupting the tram on Jaffa Road.
Battir an ancient town located in the West Bank, 5km west of Bethlehem, and south west of Jerusalem. It has a population of about 4,000 inhabitants. Battir sits just above the railway from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.