For some of us, hosting Israeli travelers might come as a shock. A strange traveler comes into our home. We don’t know what he or she have been through. We don’t understand them but stay assured you can always talk to them. Here are several tips that would help us feel more comfortable with this wonderful idea
Israel neighboring countries made a reputation for themselves. We’re going to talk about the 4 main neighboring countries and the other ones that are very close to it.
What’s the main language spoken Israel? Do they speak more than one language? There are 2 formal languages in Israel: Hebrew and Arabic. Israelis speak Hebrew and Arab Israeli speak Arabic. Let’s learn in what language we need to use when we host Israeli travelers.
Like in any other place in the world, Israel has a rural area, too. There are different forms of rural area “villages” – Kibbutz, Moshav and Community Settlement. Let’s understand what each one of the means.
Well… that’s a trick question. Israel has its days of wars, operations and long battles. If you talk about rockets; that depends where you are and when are you coming. Nevertheless, Israel is a safe place. It’s safer than a lot of western world cities.
The Israeli Army is big. It’s actually the 29th biggest army in the world. The population of Israeli is 8 million people, which means the IDF is one of the biggest armies in the world in compare to its population.
Let’s learn a little bit about the Israeli backpacker; what do people think about him and what kind of people you might get bumped into (but probably not) when you host Israeli backpackers. Here’s the Israeli backpacker reputation from a former Israeli backpacker.
There are many reasons why we should host Israeli travelers and bless them. Here are 3 religious reasons why we should bless and host Israeli travelers. The YESH app would even make it easy on you.
There are many cities in Israel – almost 80 big and small cities. Here are 4 main areas and the main cities in Israel. There are also kibbutzim, moshavim and community settlements. We’re going to focus here on the urban side of Israel.
In order to understand Israel, we need to understand the religion of the people in Israel (hint – not all of them are Jewish). Lets understand the main religions in Israel in a short bit.