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The second-biggest city in Israel, Tel Aviv combines a laid-back lifestyle with gorgeous beaches and a vibrant night scene thats perfect for your next vacation.

While summer is the peak season, spring and fall offer pleasant temperatures and good deals on accommodations. Tel Aviv Fashion Week is held twice each year, in the summer and winter. Summertime events include Ta’am Ha’ir, a four-day food festival, and White Night, when many cultural sites, shops, restaurants and bars stay open all night. Hanukkah, in winter, lets you experience local religious festivities.

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Israel is probably best known as the home of ancient cities like Jerusalem and Nazareth, but it is Tel Aviv, one of its youngest and most vibrant cities, that deserves to be highlighted. Travel to Tel Aviv to take in the modern, somewhat European lifestyle in this Middle Eastern metropolis and explore its many gorgeous beaches, well-curated museums, classic Bauhaus architecture and exciting nightlife. Residents of The White City take great pride in their hometowns modernity and are always excited to share its many sights and attractions with visitors, but be sure to prep with our Tel Aviv travel guide before taking in the best of this Mediterranean city.

Spend a day cooling off in the waters of the Mediterranean Sea and basking on any one of the sandy beaches along Shlomo Lahat Promenade Rent some wheels and explore this extremely bike-friendly city Visit the nearby town of Jaffa, the second oldest port city in the world, and home to a large Arab population Catch a performance by the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra at the Tel Aviv Culture Palace Pick up unique spices and souvenirs at the Carmel Market Experience Tel Avivs youthful side in the super-hip Florentine neighborhood Enjoy a free tour of the citys Bauhaus architecture Spend the day in Hayarkon Park, Israels largest urban park Walk along the shaded pedestrian greenway known as Sderot Rothschild Take in the artwork at the Tel Aviv Museum of Art

Like many Mediterranean cities, Tel Aviv experiences mild, somewhat wet winters and hot, humid summers where temperatures soar into the high 80s and low 90s. Accordingly, the best time to book Tel Aviv travel is between October and April when rainfall is likely, but not intolerable or at all extreme. At this time of year, sea temperatures are in the mid-60s to low 70s, making for refreshing swimming conditions on particularly hot days.

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Soldier in Tommy Robinson video to be discharged from army

The army is taking steps to discharge a soldier who appeared in a video with far-right activist Tommy Robinson.

Sky News was told the recruit had a long record of disciplinary problems.

“This was the straw that broke the camel’s back,” a source said.

Robinson, real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, shared a video on Monday of trainee soldiers cheering and singing his name.

He began saying “it’s the most honourable morning I’ve ever had”, before panning round to reveal the smiling young men wearing camouflage.

The English Defence League founder, who met the trainees at Watford Gap motorway services, wrote in an accompanying post: “A moment like this makes it all worth while. Today I met real British heroes.”

When the footage first emerged, the army said it was aware and “investigating the circumstances surrounding this”.

“Anyone who is in breach of the army’s values and standards will face administrative action,” a spokeswoman said.

“Far-right ideology is completely at odds with the values and ethos of the armed forces.

“The armed forces have robust measures in place to ensure those exhibiting extremist views are neither tolerated nor permitted to serve.

“Values and standards within the army play a vital role in training and development, with personnel completing annual mandatory training.”

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The army is investigating after Tommy Robinson posted a video of himself with trainee soldiers who start singing his name.

The far-right activist, 35, also shared a photo of himself posing with the smiling young men on Instagram.

Robinson, real name Stephen Yaxley-Lennon, says at the start of the video: “It’s the most honourable morning I’ve ever had anyway.”

He then pans round to show the trainees, who are all wearing camouflage, as they cheer and start singing.

The English Defence League founder, who met the trainees at Watford Gap motorway services, wrote in an accompanying post: “A moment like this makes it all worth while. Today I met real British heroes.”

The army said it is aware of the photograph and footage and is “investigating the circumstances surrounding this”.

A spokeswoman said: “Anyone who is in breach of the army’s values and standards will face administrative action.

“Far-right ideology is completely at odds with the values and ethos of the armed forces.

“The armed forces have robust measures in place to ensure those exhibiting extremist views are neither tolerated nor permitted to serve.

“Values and standards within the army play a vital role in training and development, with personnel completing annual mandatory training.”

Imam Asim Hafiz, Islamic religious adviser to the armed forces, said that “any form of racism, discrimination or extremism is taken extremely seriously and will be dealt with accordingly”.

He added: “The armed forces remain absolutely committed to welcoming individuals from across all faiths and cultures into its ranks.”

The Muslim Council of Britain said Mr Robinson “does not represent our armed forces, however much he tries to claim otherwise”.

The spokesman added: “He will rile against the very real steps taken to make the military more diverse.

“He will remain silent on the sacrifices Muslims and others made in the two world wars.

“We welcome the swift statement by the army in disassociating itself from the far-right and we hope that safeguards are put in place to ensure that Islamophobia will have no place in our armed forces.”

Mr Robinson told Sky News in September that he does not care whether his message “incites fear of Muslims”, as long as it “prevents children from getting raped”.

The far-right activist was found guilty of contempt of court in May last year but has been freed on bail after winning an appeal against the conviction.

Mr Robinson told Sky News: “If I believe I’m morally right then I’m not bothered about what your law says.”

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The governments counter-extremism tsar, Sara Khan, has criticised the far-right activist Tommy Robinson for posing for a photograph alongside military figures, saying his attention-seeking is cover for divisive anti-Muslim hatred.

The army is investigating after the former English Defence League leader posted an image of himself surrounded by a group of grinning young men in camouflage uniform, apparently soldiers or cadets.

Khan, the lead commissioner for countering extremism, who is overseeing a study of extremism across England and Wales, said: This is typical of the far right. They manipulate and exploit their way into the mainstream, often targeting the military and co-opting its symbols.

But Tommy Robinsons attention-seeking is cover for divisive anti-Muslim hatred that is causing real harm to individuals, communities and society in general. We have to call it out. Muslims are proudly and selflessly serving in the armed forces, and the armys decisive response is to be praised.

I am very worried about the growing impact of the far right in England and Wales. We have to strengthen our response across society.

Firstly, we need to better understand the scale, the tactics and objectives and the harms of the far right. That is why my commission has confirmed that we will bring in academics and frontline practitioners to review the threat of the far right in England and Wales.

Robinson also posted a video of himself on Monday with a crowd who started cheering and shouting his name. He wrote on Facebook: A moment like this makes it all worth while. Today I met real British heroes.

The army said it was aware of the photograph and footage, and was investigating the circumstances surrounding this. A spokeswoman said: Far-right ideology is completely at odds with the values and ethos of the armed forces. The armed forces have robust measures in place to ensure those exhibiting extremist views are neither tolerated nor permitted to serve.

Imam Asim Hafiz, an Islamic religious adviser to the armed forces, said: Any form of racism, discrimination or extremism is taken extremely seriously and will be dealt with accordingly. The armed forces remain absolutely committed to welcoming individuals from across all faiths and cultures into its ranks.

The Muslim Council of Britain said Robinson does not represent our armed forces, however much he tries to claim otherwise.

He will rile against the very real steps taken to make the military more diverse, a spokesman added. He will remain silent on the sacrifices Muslims and others made in the two world wars. We welcome the swift statement by the army in disassociating itself from the far right and we hope that safeguards are put in place to ensure that Islamophobia will have no place in our armed forces.

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UK activist and English Defence Leage founder Tommy Robinsonwas arrested on Friday outside of Leeds Crown Court for reporting on apedophile grooming trial. Within six hours of his arrest, Robinsonwas handed a 13 month prison termfor violating a prior suspended sentence for a similar offense, while media outlets were banned from covering the incident by the court -with several removing reports which had already been published.

Footage shows Robinson, 35, being arrested while livestreaming to his Facebook page outside the courthouse. He can be heard shouting to a friend “Please, George, get me a solicitor, Im on a suspended sentence, you see.”

Tommy Robinson has been arrested in Leeds court for reporting on grooming gangs. More updates to follow pic.twitter.com/iEPDoNOKHM

A big police van with about seven police officers pulled up and arrested [Robinson] and told him to stop live streaming, Robinsons producer told RT (before their article (archived) was scrubbed from the internet). They said it was incitement and a breach of the peace.

No peace has been breached there were two other people there and hes been perfectly quiet talking into his phone. [The police] said nothing about the court proceedings. Its very strange.

Disturbingly, the judge who sentenced Robinson,Geoffrey Marson QC, ordered an Orwellianmedia blackout- which resulted inseveral publications deleting their articles from the webcovering Robinson’s arrest.

The most terrifying video youll see today. https://t.co/Vb8yNpZNCo

I won’t stop. Here’s the gag order & here’s the judge smiling as Tommy is about toget arrested with one of the officers involved #freeTommy pic.twitter.com/iKjtT6Amwe

Media delete articles on Tommy Robinson arrest in the UK after judge orders reporting ban. https://t.co/27R13Dw5FT

Robinson was admonished last year by Judge Heather Norton for filming outside a gang rape case in Canterbury, who slapped him with a three month suspended sentence on the condition that he ceasehis coverage of the trials.

you should be under no illusions that if you commitany further offence of any kind, and that would include, I would have thought a further contempt of court by similar actions, then that sentence of three months would be activated -Judge Heather Norton

This is not about free speech, not about the freedom of the press, nor about legitimate journalism, and not about political correctness, the judge told Robinson at the time.

#FreeTommy

In response to Robinson’s arrest, a large group of protesters gathered outside Downing Street- while the hashtag #FreeTommy has been used to coordinate a response, express outrage and share information about the situation.

A crowd of #FreeTommy protesters have gathered in support of Tommy Robinson.

This video comes via @VervimaMedia pic.twitter.com/P7a6fmBRTd

Live at #FreeTommy pic.twitter.com/DJNvsV5KBU

Robinson’s arrest has also sparked a free speech debate over social media, with supporters and detractors alike standing up for the controversial activist’s right (or lack thereof) to express his opinion.

Tommy Robinson has just been sentenced to jail for 13 months. There is a UK reporting ban. No one there is allowed to talk about it. #FreeTommy

I dont agree with everything he says, but being arrested for filming a news story outside a courthouse, and imprisoned within 6 hours sounds dystopian #FreeTommy

Tommy Robinson was [REDACTED] for reporting on [REDACTED] and [REDACTED] to [REDACTED] months in [REDACTED]. Reporting on [REDACTED] in the United Kingdom is illegal until [REDACTED].

Today Judge Geoffrey Marson QC sentenced a man who may not be named to death in a secret trial that may not be reported on for an offence that may not be mentioned although it is suspected to be for exposing the extent of child abuse and grooming gangs in Britain. #tommyrobinson pic.twitter.com/6swXu13xFB

Pedophile grooming gangs

A group of 29 defendants are being tried for historical sex offences against children, split into three trials. Robinson was arrested at the second trial, while the first is ongoing.

For more on the grooming gangs which have abused over 700 women and girls, clickhere.

Meanwhile, enraged Britons have been harassingthe defendants as they make their way to court in the ongoing trials.

Here is the full list of defendantsvia TheSun.

First Trial

Amere Singh Dhaliwal, 34, from Huddersfield, West Yorks., is accused of 54 charges, including 21 charges of rape and 14 charges of trafficking with a view of sexual exploitation.Dhaliwal is accused of charges against eleven different girls from 2004 to 2011.

Irfan Ahmed, 32, from Huddersfield, West Yorks., was charged with nine offences including making an indecent image of a child.

Zahid Hassan, 28, from Huddersfield, West Yorks., was charged with 20 offences including six charges of raping a girl aged 13 or under.

Mohammed Kammer, 32, from Huddersfield, West Yorks., was charged with two offences including rape of a girl under 15.

Mohammed Aslam, 29, from Huddersfield, West Yorks., was charged with two offences including rape of a girl under 15.

Abdul Rehman, 30, from Sheffield, South Yorks., was charged with seven offences including raping a girl under 15.

Raj Singh Barsran, 32, from Huddersfield, West Yorks., was charged with three offences including sexual touching of a girl over 13.

Nahman Mohammed, 31 from Huddersfield, West Yorks., was charged with three counts including trafficking a person for sexual exploitation.

Zubair Ahmed, 30, from Huddersfield, West Yorks., was charged with two offences including raping a girl under the age 15.

Hamzha Saleem, 37, from Old traddford, Gtr Mancs., was charged with three counts including human trafficking.

Second Trial (Robinson’s arrest)

Mansoor Akhtar, 25, from Huddersfield, West Yorks., was charged with three offences including attempted rape of a girl under the age of 13.

Mohammed Asaf Akram, 31, from Huddersfield, West Yorks., was charged with 14 offences including four charges of raping a girl of thirteen or under and one charge of threatening to kill.

Wiqas Mahmud, 36 from Huddersfield, West Yorks.., was charged with three offences of rape of a girl under 15.

Nasarat Hussain, 28, from Huddersfield, West Yorks., was charged with five offences including rape of a girl under 15.

Sajid Hussain, 32, from Huddersfield, West Yorks., was charged with five offences including rape of a girl under 15.

Mohammed Irfraz, 28, from Huddersfield, West Yorks.., was charged with eight offences including false imprisonment.

Faisal Nadeem, 30 from Huddersfield, West Yorks., was charged with three counts including raping a woman 16 or over.

Mohammed Azeem, 31, from Bradford, West Yorks., was charged with three offences including rape of a girl under 15.

Zulquarnian Dogar, 29, from Huddersfield, West Yorks., was charged with two offences including sexual touching of a female aged 13 or over.

Manzoor Hassan, 37, from Huddersfield, West Yorks., was charged with four offences including inciting the sexual exploitation of a child aged between 13-17.

Third trialset to last for six weeks.

Niaz Ahmed, 53, from Huddersfield, West Yorks., was charged with three offences including sexual assault on a female.

Mohammed Imran Ibrar, 32, from Huddersfield, West Yorks., was charged with four offences including arranging the commission of a child sex offence.

Asif Bashir, 32, from Huddersfield, West Yorks., was charged with five offences, including three counts of raping a woman 16 or over.

Everton la Bastide, 50, from Huddersfield, West Yorks., was charged with two offences including sexual touching a girl of 13 or over.

Saqib Raheel, 30, from Dudley was charged with two offences including trafficking for sexual exploitation.

Usman Khalid, 29, from Huddersfield, West Yorks., was charged with three offences including assaulting a girl under 13.

Aleem Javaid, 27, from Huddersfield, West Yorks., was charged with two offences including supply of a class B drug.

Mrs Naveeda Habib, 38, from Huddersfield, West Yorks., was charged on one count of neglect of a child.

Mrs Shahnaz Malik, 55 from Huddersfield, West Yorks., was charged with one count of neglecting a child.

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Tel aviv | Define Tel aviv at Dictionary.com

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Her father, a diamond dealer, moved the family from Tel-Aviv to New York when Kalman was four.

Haaretz writes that the four Israeli youth arrested are the same ones suspected of beating the Arab street cleaner in Tel-Aviv.

Few Israeli Jews hold Taly’s view, but those that do seem to be all living in Tel-Aviv.

Severe violence at demonstration against foreigners (migrants) in Tel-Aviv.

The 45-minute drive from Tel-Aviv to my northern hometown never felt longer.

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Judaism is the worlds oldest monotheistic religion, dating back nearly 4,000 years. Followers of Judaism believe in one God who revealed himself through ancient prophets. History is essential to understanding the Jewish faith, which is embedded in tradition, law and culture.

Jewish people believe theres only one God whos established a covenantor special agreementwith them. Their God communicates to believers through prophets and rewards good deeds while also punishing evil.

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Most Jews (with the exception of Messianic Jews and a few other groups) believe that their Messiah hasnt comebut will one day.

Today, there are about 14 million Jews worldwide. Most of them live in the United States and Israel. Traditionally, a person is considered Jewish if his or her mother is Jewish.

The Jewish sacred text is called the Tanakh or the Hebrew Bible. It includes the same books as the Old Testament in the Christian Bible, but theyre placed in a slightly different order.

The Torahthe first five books of the Tanakhoutlines laws for Jews to follow. Its sometimes also referred to as the Pentateuch.

Jewish people worship in holy places known as synagogues, and their spiritual leaders are called rabbis. The six-pointed Star of David is the symbol of Judaism.

The origins of Jewish faith are explained throughout the Torah. According to the text, God first revealed himself to a Hebrew man named Abraham, who became known as the founder of Judaism.

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Jews believe that God made a special covenant with Abraham and that he and his descendants were chosen people who would create a great nation.

Abrahams son Isaac, and his grandson Jacob, also became central figures in ancient Jewish history. Jacob took the name Israel, and his children and future generations became known as Israelites.

More than 1,000 years after Abraham, the prophet Moses led the Israelites out of Egypt after being enslaved for hundreds of years.

According to scriptures, God revealed his laws, known as the Ten Commandments, to Moses at Mt. Sinai.

Around 1000 B.C., King David ruled the Jewish people. His son Solomon built the first holy Temple in Jerusalem, which became the central place of worship for Jews.

The kingdom fell apart around 931 B.C., and the Jewish people split into two groups: Israel in the North and Judah in the South.

Sometime around 587 B.C., the Babylonians destroyed the first Temple and sent many Jews into exile.

A second Temple was built in about 516 B.C. but was eventually destroyed by the Romans in 70 A.D.

The destruction of the second Temple was significant because Jewish people no longer had a primary place to gather, so they shifted their focus to worshipping in local synagogues.

While the Tanakh (which includes the Torah) is considered the sacred text of Judaism, many other important manuscripts were composed in later years. These offered insights into how the Tanakh should be interpreted and documented oral laws that were previously not written down.

Around 200 A.D., scholars compiled the Mishnaa text that describes and explains the Jewish code of law that was previously orally communicated.

Later, the Talmud, a collection of teachings and commentaries on Jewish law, was created. The Talmud contains the Mishnah and another text known as the Gemara (which examines the Mishnah). It includes the interpretations of thousands of rabbis and outlines the importance of 613 commandments of Jewish law.

The first version of the Talmud was finalized around the 3rd century A.D. The second form was completed during the 5th century A.D.

Judaism embraces several other written texts and commentaries. One example is the 13 Articles of Faith, which was written by a Jewish philosopher named Maimonides.

Throughout history, Jewish people have been persecuted for their religious beliefs. Some well-known events include:

1066 Granada Massacre: On December 30, 1066, a Muslim mob stormed the royal palace in Granada and killed more than 1,000 Jewish families. The group also kidnapped and crucified Joseph ibn Naghrela, the Jewish vizier to the Berber king.

The First Crusade: In the first of the Crusadesa series of medieval holy wars involving Christians and Muslimsthousands of Jews were killed, and many were forced to convert to Christianity.

The Spanish Expulsion: In 1492, Spains rulers issued a royal edict that declared all Jews who refused to convert to Christianity would be expelled from the country. Experts estimate about 200,000 people were ousted and tens of thousands died while trying to reach safety.

The Holocaust: In the Holocaust, the most well-known act of modern-day atrocities, the Nazis murdered more than 6 million Jews.

During and after the Holocaust, many Jews returned to their homeland (in the Middle East region known as Palestine) and embraced Zionism, a movement for the creation of a Jewish nation that emerged in 19th-century Europe.

In 1948, Israel officially became an independent state. David Ben-Gurion, one of the leading promotors of a Jewish nation state, was given the title of prime minister.

This event was considered a success for the Jewish people who had tirelessly petitioned for an independent state in their homeland. However, tensions between Jews and Arabs living in Palestine escalated in the years since Israel became a state and are still ongoing today.

There are several sects in Judaism, which include:

Orthodox Judaism: Orthodox Jews are typically known for their strict observance of traditional Jewish law and rituals. For instance, most believe Shabbat shouldnt involve working, driving or handling money.

Orthodox Judaism is a diverse sect that includes several subgroups, including Hasidic Jews. This form started in the 18th century in Eastern Europe and holds different values than traditional or ultra-Orthodox Judaism. Hasidic Jews emphasize a mystical experience with God that involves direct communion through prayer and worship. Chabad is a well-known Orthodox Jewish, Hasidic movement.

Reform Judaism: Reform Judaism is considered a liberal category of the religion that values ethical traditions over strict observance of Jewish laws. Followers promote progressive ideas and adaptation. Most of the Jews living in the United States follow Reform Judaic traditions.

Conservative Judaism: Many people consider this form of Judaism somewhere in between Orthodox and Reform Judaism. Typically, conservative Jews honor the traditions of Judaism while allowing for some modernization.

Reconstructionist Judaism: Reconstructionism dates back to 1922 when Mordecai Kaplan founded the Society for the Advancement of Judaism. This sect believes that Judaism is a religious civilization thats constantly evolving.

Humanistic Judaism: Rabbi Sherwin Wine founded this denomination of Judaism in 1963. Humanistic Jews celebrate Jewish history and culture without an emphasis on God.

Messianic Judaism: This modern movement combines the beliefs of Judaism and Christianity. Messianic Jews believe that Jesus Christ was the Messiah but still follow Jewish traditions.

While there are various denominations of Judaism, many Jews dont identify with a particular classification and simply refer to themselves as Jewish.

The Shabbath, or Shabbat, is recognized as a day of rest and prayer for Jews. It typically begins at sunset on Friday and lasts until nightfall on Saturday.

Observing Shabbat can take many forms, depending on the type of Judaism that a Jewish family may follow. Orthodox and Conservative Jews, for example, may refrain from performing any physical labor, using any electrical device or other prohibited activities.

Most observant Jews celebrate Shabbat by reading or discussing the Torah, attending a synagogue or socializing with other Jews at Shabbat meals.

Jewish people observe several important days and events in history, such as:

Passover: This holiday lasts seven or eight days and celebrates Jewish freedom from slavery in Egypt. Specifically, Passover refers to the biblical story of when the Hebrew God passed over houses of Jewish families and saved their children during a plague that was said to have killed all other firstborn babies in Egypt.

Rosh Hashanah: Jews celebrate the birth of the universe and humanity during this holiday, which is also known as the Jewish New Year.

Yom Kippur: This Day of Atonement is considered the holiest day of the year for Jews who typically spend it fasting and praying.

The Days of Awe: The 10 days starting with Rosh Hashanah and ending with Yom Kippur are known as the Days of Awe, or Yamim Noraim. This is considered a time of repentance for Jewish people.

Hanukah: A Jewish celebration, also known as the Festival of Lights, lasts eight days. It commemorates the rededication of the Jewish Temple in Jerusalem after the Maccabees defeated the Syrian-Greeks over 2,000 years ago.

Purim: This is a joyous and light holiday that celebrates a time when the Jewish people in Persia were saved from extermination.

Religion: Judaism. BBC.Ancient Jewish Texts. My Jewish Learning.The Jewish Denominations. My Jewish Learning.What is Judaism? Chabad.org.Jewish Sacred Texts. Israel Ministry of Foreign Affairs.Jewish Population. Judaism 101.

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