What could be better than the gift of personalized beauty? Handmade in the heart of Jerusalem, these beautiful designs of pure contemporary elegance are all available in your choice of English or Hebrew.
These amazing Torah scroll replicas have the look and feel of the real thing! Available in a variety of sizes and styles, they make a wonderful gift for a holiday, Bar or Bat Mitzvah or any special occasion.
An exclusive collection of stunning high quality anodized aluminum home décor from the Israeli's top modern designers. These elegant and durable works of art make a wonderful gift for yourself or someone special.
The new Koren Sacks Siddur has been designed to provide a new prayer experience that engages both the mind and the heart. The Siddur includes weekday, Shabbat, holiday and life cycle event tefillot, with all Torah and Haftara readings.
This extraordinary movie chronicles of one of the remarkable turning points in modern history, the birth of the State of Israel, including rare footage of Ben Gurion at the Declaration of Independence, scenes from the war as well as interviews with those who actually fought in it.
Show your love and support for the defenders of Israel - as well as your sense of fun - with this great t-shirt featuring the word Mossad with a Star of David above the phrase: The Institute for Intelligence and Special Operations.
The wonderful, sweet taste of these natural honeys comes straight from their source in the "Land flowing with milk and honey"! This classic Israeli delicacy will make the perfect addition to your table on Rosh Hashanah or any time at all!
The 2011 Yarden Cabernet Sauvignon is a classic Kosher red wine which expresses the fruit flavors of the Holy Land, including ripe cherries, plums and berries, while layered with nuances of earth, tobacco, black tea and French oak. Experience the delicious taste of Israel!
This amazing collection of art is crafted from actual Kassam rockets fired into Israel by its enemies. Unforgettable works of art that symbolize the perseverance of the Jewish people and their notion of turning pain and suffering into beauty and joy.
Time to Revitalize! Composed of the 100% Dead Sea Extreme complex (water, seaweed and plant extracts), as well as extracts from Goji berries and Iceland Moss from the Himalayas, this age defying mixture of Dead Sea minerals and water is truly a gift of nature.
The figure of Abraham looms over three of the major religions of the world: Judaism, Islam, and Christianity which are sometimes referred to as the "Abrahamic religions", because of the progenitor role Abraham plays in their holy books. In the Jewish tradition, he is called Avraham Avinu, Abraham, Our Father.
God promised Abraham that through his offspring, all the nations of the world will come to be blessed, interpreted in Christian tradition as a reference to Christ. For Muslims, he is a prophet of Islam and the ancestor of Muhammad through his other son Ishmael.
His story is replete with famous incidents: a covenant with God that would lead to the birth of the Jewish nation, the near-sacrifice of his Isaac as a sign of his obedience to God, and the famous scene of destruction in his father's idol shop, are three of the famous incidents in his life story.
But is this Biblical hero simply a symbol representing the birth of the Jewish people, or was he of real flesh and blood? Scholars disagree, but archaeology may hold the answer.
Fifteen hundred cuneiform tablets, discovered in 1975 at an ancient city called Ebla, may be the key to unlocking the riddle of Abraham. Scholars were enthralled to discover the name "Abraham" repeated again and again in the tablets, which detail life in Abraham's native Mesopotamia and his adopted home of Canaan.
In this hour long History Channel Journey, we will discover what this important finding means to three of the religions which hold Abraham in such high esteem and we will visit the site of the Ebla tablets, as well as traditional locations in Abraham's life, such as the Dome of the Rock, the fabled location of the near-sacrifice of Isaac to God.