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  • Israel Part 4On my last day in Israel, I took a tour of northern Israel. The tour stopped in Caeserea, Haifa, Rosh HaNikra, and Acre. We drove up the coast from Tel Aviv to Caesarea, the ancient Roman capital and port. Posted by LCP in The Adventures of Penny's People | Oct 19, 2019
  • Haifa - Day 5After our face to face meeting onboard with Israeli immigration, we disembarked at 8 AM and met our guide, Shraga, who will be with us for the next three days. We began our day with a trip up Mt. Posted by Cybercsp in Sirena Cruise - Athens to Rome | Jun 17, 2016
  • A Delightful EncounterThe Baha’i World Center is located in Haifa, and the glorious Baha’i Gardens that surround the Shrine with its golden dome are a major addition to the natural beauty of the city. The Gardens are maintained by a group of Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Feb 1, 2014
  • Sukkot Chabad We are home. The Jewish people have returned to our ancient homeland after a two thousand year exile. We have learned a tragic lesson from our bitter history. It is only when we are a free and safe people in Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Oct 4, 2013
  • Chabad "Open Shul" on Yom Kippur. The sun began to set, and the Neilah or closing Yom Kippur service drew to a close. Rabbi Levi Tzeitlin's voice grew stronger and more eloquent with each sentence that he spoke. This was due in part to the Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Sep 22, 2013
  • Are We Afraid to Live in Israel?Are We Afraid to Live in Israel? The question that I get asked the most often from friends, family, and visitors is "Are We Afraid to Live in Israel!" Today is Thursday and therefore massage day. My massage therapist, Jonah Taylor and Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Sep 1, 2013
  • New Hope for Peace in Israel/Palestine?The horrors of war cannot be described strictly from the aspect of pure physical suffering. How can you ever truly describe in world the loss of a child due to a bomb strike or a parent as the result of Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Aug 12, 2013
  • The Muslim Ahmadiyya in Haifa Israel Most people outside Israel are not aware of the fact that 25% of Israel’s population, are not from a Jewish background, and among them are Christians, Muslims, and Druze. Many people outside of this region are not aware of the Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Aug 9, 2013
  • HERE I AM AGAIN, ALONE in IsraelBy Sharon Amov and Earl Shugerman: Sharon is an eighty six year old widow and recent immigrant to Israel. I immigrated to Israel at the age of fifty nine alone as well. She is from California. My Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Aug 4, 2013
  • Hadar (splendor) in Haifa IsraelI am sitting at my favorite cafe in Haifa, the Kapiot drinking Cafe, and am blessed to have met a nice Israeli bachura (young lady) named Tal Or who is an Israeli Hayelet or soldier. She is nineteen and like Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Aug 3, 2013
  • The Baha'i in Haifa IsraelHaifa has a multicultural and multi religious population of 260,000, with a Jewish prevalence (91%). The well-integrated Arab minority is Christian (4.5%), Muslim (3.5%) and Druze (1%). Road signs in Cyrillic, alongside Hebrew, Arabic and English, are sig Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Aug 2, 2013
  • Is Doggy Day Care Needed in Haifa?I am sitting at my favorite 'watering hole and source of nutrition' - The Kapiot Café, in Haifa Israel. The restaurant has a beautiful view of the bay and overlooks the east edge of The Baha'i Gardens. The food is Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Aug 2, 2013
  • Scenes from a Haifa Mall.The Ego Food and Coffee in the world famous Dan Panorama Hotel Mall is my favorite place in Haifa to eat Cinnamon rolls and sip an occasional vodka and diet coke. The cafe is located in the center of an Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Aug 2, 2013
  • AACI, The Association of Americans and Canadians in Israel.English speaking Olim have a myriad of organisations and groups to support their new life in Israel. The largest private organisation that supports all of us is the AACI (Association of Americans and Canadians in Israel). It has offices Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Aug 2, 2013
  • Alexa, The Perils of Young and Old.My friend Alexa and I were sitting at my favorite cafe in Haifa, the Kapiot café, discussing my concerns about my age related tipshoot (silly) behavior. I turned sixty five in April. The once twenty minute walk to the cafe Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Aug 2, 2013
  • Building a Spiritual Home for English Speakers in HaifaI am sitting at The Dan Panorama Mall in Haifa writing this post at my favorite cafe. The upscale mall houses high-end clothing and jewelry stores. There are several restaurants, a beauty salon, and a pharmacy. The community Chabad Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Aug 2, 2013
  • Building Bridges for Peace in Haifa, IsraelThe most difficult and challenging thing that I have ever done in my life was to immigrate to Haifa Israel at the tender age of fifty nine. I can think of no nation or place anywhere that has more spiritual Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Jan 12, 2013
  • Haifa Israel is The City of Peaceful CoexistenceThis current round of battling in our South has been depressing in that it had to begin; there has not been any political way of getting the Hamas to stop firing explosives at our civilians. This tragically has been the Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Nov 25, 2012
  • Zichron Ya'akov Israel: Romance and RestaurantsI am still seeking true love in Israel. It is a challenge but also fun and interesting. My latest adventure involved a woman from Zichron Ya'kov. "Zichron" is a small town about thirty minutes by bus from my home in Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Oct 28, 2012
  • The Haifa International Film Festival The Haifa International Film Festival is an internationally known event that is held annually. Each year, contestants from all over the world present their films. The event is hosted by the city of Haifa, and screenings are distributed throughout differen Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Oct 20, 2012
  • Burgers But Not Fried Chicken in HaifaVisitors to the modern Jewish state no longer need to ponder the old question: "will we eat well during our trip" The limited choice of restaurants in the early years of austerity and struggle in the land of Canaan have Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Oct 14, 2012
  • O Jerusalem, Oy Jerusalem!I enjoy having a massage twice a month. My massage therapist, Jona, also immigrated to Haifa Israel from Colorado. She and her husband, David are in my age range. They immigrated to Haifa six months ago. We love to share Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Sep 4, 2012
  • Who Has the Right to Call it Football?Who Has the Right to Call it Football? I grew up in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania in the years when today's football heroes the Steelers were the goats of the beloved game. I am now the tender age of sixty four. The Steelers Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Sep 2, 2012
  • Brother Can You Spare a Million?I am writing this story from the perspective of a five-year American immigrant to Haifa, Israel. Many of my years in America were spent on the beautiful Western Slope of the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. By many people's standards I Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Jun 18, 2012
  • The Druze in Carmel IsraelThis story was written prior to the Carmel fires which devistated the region that I love so much in 2010. I am writing this post from the prospective of an American immigrant to Israel of five years. I am proud Posted by eshugerman in Life in Israel | Apr 24, 2012
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