Jerusalem, Israel – 27th of April, 2013: Ultra-orthodox Jews celebrate the Lag Ba’Omer holiday by lighting a huge bonfire and dancing around it throughout the night.
Jerusalem, Israel, 2nd of April, 2013: Israeli Jews of Moroccan descent sing traditional songs in Arabic at a party in the Musrara quarter, celebrating Mimouna, the traditional Moroccan-Jewish celebration held at the end of Pesach (the Jewish Passover), which also marks the beginning of spring.
Jerusalem, Israel – 29th of March, 2013: Christian pilgrims pray during Good Friday on the ‘stone of anointing’ at the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, held by tradition to be the spot where Jesus’ body was prepared for burial.
Tekoa, Judea and Samaria – 5th of March, 2013: Menachem Fruman, the chief rabbi of the Jewish settlement of Tekoa, died at the age of 68, leaving behind his wife Hadassah and 10 sons and daughters. His funeral was attended by thousands of people, both religious and secular, left-wing and right-wing, from all across Israel.