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Sandro Rosell
FC Barcelona President
Thursday, May 25, 2017


In apparent reaction to recent outbursts by Chareidim in Israel protesting incidents where women were allegedly dressed publicly in immodest fashion, the United States State Department has warned American tourists to refrain from visiting ultra-Orthodox areas of the country unless they are wearing modest clothing, so as to prevent possible assaults. The State Department did not go into specifics regarding which neighborhoods are considered problematic or what exactly constitutes “modest” attire.

In its recently published travel recommendations for tourists to Israel, the State Department wrote – in a paragraph about visiting Jerusalem – “travelers should… dress appropriately when visiting the Old City and ultra-orthodox Jewish

Remains of a 1,600-year-old Byzantine bathhouse were exposed last week during an excavation project by the Israel Antiquities Authority near Moshav Tarum, outside of Jerusalem.

The 65-by-65-foot bathhouse includes the frigidarium (cold room), tepidarium (warm room) and caldarium (hot room), as well as a courtyard attached to its northeast section. The bathhouse is believed to have been used as an inn situated on an ancient road running along Nahal Harel through the southeastern Ayalon Valley, or

The Costa Concordia after it ran aground 11 Dead, Dozens Injured

The Costa Concordia, an Italian luxury liner, hit a reef and capsized at Isola del Giglio in Tuscany last Friday (Jan. 13), resulting in at least eleven deaths and 64 injuries.  The crash was the largest of a passenger ship in history by tonnage. 

While the cause of the crash is currently being investigated, it is believed that a major cause may have been human error by ship captain Francesco Schettino. Schettino is accused of taking the boat too close to shore, and far

The government and people of Turkey may be wishing for death to Israel, but the money of Israeli tourists is still welcome.While Turkey may have seriously downgraded the level of its relationship with Israel over the past year – even expelling the Israeli ambassador from Ankara - the Muslim country is nevertheless planning to participate in a tourism fair next month in Tel Aviv, hoping to persuade travelers from the Jewish state to visit Turkey, rather than the popular destinations of Greece and Cyprus.

Over 800 representatives from twenty-eight countries are expected to attend the fair, where they will show off

El AL Israel Airlines prides itself as being the only airline to exclusively serve kosher food on board. But in a Hebrew-language guide to New York last month, the eateries suggested by the airline were all non-kosher. In fact, there were no kosher options in the guide which included a map of Manhattan. The five recommended restaurants featured such New York landmarks as Peter Luger. A spokesperson for El Al indicated that the airline was looking into the matter. KosherToday reports that it has