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34 wonderful photos of 2021 in Israel

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January

The square outside the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, deserted, during a national isolation on January 25, 2021. Photo: Miriam Alster / Flash90

Happily, wedding guests rush to congratulate a new couple who had just married in Dubai. Screenshot of Avi Fine Chen

New immigrants from northeast India arrive in Israel and kiss the mezuzah at Ben-Gurion International Airport. Photo: Laura Ben-David

February

Following a dramatic oil spill off the coast of Israel, volunteers from across the country helped clean up the mess. In the photo, they clean the tar from Ga’ash beach. Photo: Dafna Ben Nun Photography

Iranian judoka Saeid Mollaei (in white) competes at the International Judo Federation Grand Slam in Tel Aviv. Photo: Sabau Gabriela / International Judo Federation

March

Jewish worshipers cover themselves with prayer shawls in front of the Western Wall in Jerusalem during a priestly blessing on the Passover holiday, March 30, 2021. Photo: Yonatan Sindel / Flash90

After a winter of heavy rain, spring in Israel was incredible. With spring flowers growing everywhere. View of the Tavor Stream nature reserve, March 19, 2021. Photo: Yahav Gamliel / Flash90

April

A young sea turtle treated at the Sea Turtle Rescue Center returns to its natural habitat. Photo: Screenshot from video by Yaniv Cohen / INPA

The “Pink Super Moon” rises over Jerusalem, April 27, 2021. Photo: Yonatan Sindel / Flash90

Two winters of heavy rain filled the Sea of ​​Galilee (Lake Kineret), which reached its highest level in years. Thus, unique lagoons were created that covered what used to be dry land. Photo: Nicky Blackburn

Mayo

Israeli lifeguards inspect the Dado beach in Haifa, May 16, 2021. Photo: Shir Torem / Flash90

Faithful Ethiopian Orthodox Christians hold candles in front of Deir Al-Sultan in the Church of the Holy Sepulcher during the Holy Fire ceremony in the Old City of Jerusalem, May 1, 2021. Photo: Olivier Fitoussi / Flash90

It is not the US. These cowboys from Kibbutz Merom Golan herd 600 head of cattle on the Golan Heights, May 24, 2021. Photo: Michael Giladi / Flash90

Following the May riots, Miriam Peretz (left) and Lena Ahmad (right) celebrate Jewish-Arab solidarity at the Sheba Medical Center. Photo: Naama Frank Azriel

June

A member of the Israel Defense Forces Rearguard Command mission searches for survivors in Surfside, Florida, June 2021. Photo courtesy of the Israel Defense Forces Spokesperson Unit

How many people together! In June the COVID restrictions in Israel were ended. This allowed thousands to hold the Tel Aviv Pride Parade as normal. The absence of foreign tourists did not dampen the spirit or the size of the crowd. Photo: Guy Yechiely

July

A worker runs along the rails during the construction of the new Allenby station on the light rail red line in Tel Aviv, July 14, 2021. Photo: Yossi Zeliger / Flash90

Fans of FC Barcelona and Real Madrid filled the stands of Yafo’s Bloomfield stadium for a historic match of legends of both clubs organized by the Municipality of Tel Aviv. Most of them were children. Photo: José Apoj

A patient with a heart condition receives the third dose (booster) of the Pfizer vaccine against COVID-19 after Israel became the first country in the world to approve it for immunosuppressed people. Photo courtesy of Sheba Medical Center.

August

Israeli firefighters fight fires in Greece. Photo courtesy of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Israeli and Palestinian firefighters during a lunch break as they fight forest fires on the outskirts of Jerusalem, August 17, 2021. Photo: Haim Omri

Ilan Sztulman, head of the Israeli diplomatic mission in Dubai, and his wife Jacqueline with the newborn Mia, Israel’s first baby born in the United Arab Emirates, August 14, 2021. Photo courtesy of the Israeli Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

September

September is known for its incredible sunsets. This one, with fishermen, was caught in Achziv. Photo: Nicky Blackburn.

With or without COVID, construction in Israel is proceeding at high speed. Cranes like these in Jerusalem can be seen anywhere in the country. Photo: Nati Shohat / Flash90

October

Afghan girls leave their plane after being rescued in Afghanistan by Israeli activists and NGOs from the Taliban. Photo: Boaz Arad / IsraAID

Two “astronauts” stroll through Makhtesh Ramon (Ramon Crater) in the Israeli desert prior to the simulation of the AMADEE-20 Mars mission. Photo: Florian Voggeneder / OeWF

People rappel into the Ramon crater at Mitzpé Ramon on October 23, 2021. This is the largest of the three craters in the Negev and has geological formations found nowhere else in the world. Photo: Yossi Aloni / Flash90

The amateur diver Shlomi Katzin with the ancient crossed sword that he discovered by accident while diving off the north coast of Israel. Photo: Nir Distelfeld / Israel Antiquities Authority

Participants in the photo session of Spencer Tunick in Arad to raise awareness about the crisis that the Dead Sea is experiencing, October 17, 2021. Photo: Irit Eshet Mor / Municipality of Arad

November

Great white pelicans in a body of water in the Hefer Valley, November 13, 2021. These and other birds stop in Israel during their annual migration from the Balkans to Africa, where they enjoy a quiet winter before returning to Europe. Photo: Gili Yaari / Flash90

Thousands of Ethiopian Jews participate in Sigd’s annual holiday prayers on the Armon Hanatziv promenade overlooking the Old City of Jerusalem, November 4, 2021. Sigd celebrates the community’s connection and commitment to Israel. Photo: Olivier Fitoussi / Flash90

No one could resist taking selfies at the retrospective exhibition of Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art. Not even the security guard. Tickets to the show were sold out as soon as they went on sale. Photo: Nicky Blackburn.

December

Miss Universe contestants visit the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem’s Old City during an official visit ahead of the 70th edition of the international pageant that took place in Eilat on December 12. Photo: Olivier Fitoussi / Flash90

Asaf Yasur won gold and became Israel’s first para-taekwondo world champion. Photo: Yair Glazer

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