2023: Israel’s Year in Photos

January 1, 2024 by TPS
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As 2023 ends, here is a selection of the year’s most memorable photos taken by the Tazpit Press Service’s photographers.

Star trails dance over the vineyards of Moshav Ramat Magshimim in the Golan Heights during the grape harvest on Aug. 14, 2023. Photo by Yehuda Weinberg/TPS


Muslim girls study the Koran during a summer camp at a mosque in Gaza City on June 13, 2023. Photo by Majdi Fathi/TPS


Ahead of the High Holidays, workers from the Western Wall Heritage Foundation cleaned out thousands of notes to God left in in the Western Wall on Sept. 9. 2023. The notes were then buried in a cemetery. Photo by Yoav Dudkevtich/TPS


Teddy bears in Tel Aviv’s “Hostage Square” on Oct. 25, 2023, placed in solidarity with Israelis held captive by Hamas in Gaza. Photo by Gideon Markowicz/TPS


Children play in a Jerusalem water park during a heat wave on July 12, 2023. Photo by Kobi Natan/TPS



An Israeli Air Force jet flies over Jerusalem while practising for the annual Independence Day flyover on April 19, 2023. Israel celebrated its 75th anniversary on April 26. Photo by Yoav Dudkevich/TPS

Israeli troops in an assembly area near the Gaza border on Nov. 13, 2023. Photo by Eitan Elhadez-Barak/TPS


Thousands of Orthodox men return to Jerusalem following the funeral of spiritual leader Rabbi Gershon Edelstein in Bnei Brak on May 30, 2023. Photo by Omer Savir/TPS


Children at Jerusalem’s Bloomfield Science Museum during a “Space Fair” on Feb. 1, 2023. Photo by Shalev Shalom/TPS


Israelis protest against the government’s controversial judicial reform initiative in Tel Aviv on July 11, 2023. Photo by Yossi Zeliger/TPS


A family of storks nesting in the Golan Heights, northern Israel on June 27, 2023. Photo by Meni Tzuberi/TPS

Israeli soldiers in the southern Gaza city of Khan Yunis light Chanukah candles on Dec. 12, 2023. Photo by TPS



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