I scanned and posted on my website the new Israeli stamps
that were issued in August 2013.
I included the stamp itself, the first day cover,
and an English and a Hebrew flyer about the stamp.
Festivals 2013 - Etrog Boxes
- Bezalel, Jerusalem, 20th Century
- Austria, 19th Century
- Iraq, 19th Century
- Betar - World Zionist Youth Movement
- IMI - Israel Military Industries (1933-2013)
- Endangered Species - From the Desert to the Arctic
Israel - Greenland Joint Issue
Israeli Music - Children's Songs (12 stamps + plate block)
- I Am Always Me
- Merry Choir
- The Prettiest Girl in Kindergarten
- Why Does the Zebra Wear Pajamas?
- Buba Zehava (Doll)
- I Wanted You to Know
- What Do the Does Do?
- Brave Clock
- My Dad
- The Post Van
- Horse Rider
- Brave Danny
The new stamp images are located at:
I also uploaded the images to Facebook.
The Facebook address is:
Please share the page. Thanks!
This Friday (August 30) marks my 29th anniversary
of making aliyah - moving to Israel.
I was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York and
I still have my Brooklyn accent (and proud of it!).
Back in the 80's there was a t-shirt that said it all:
"I love New York but Israel is my home".
If you want to know why I made aliyah, check out
the videos and articles at:
Next week is Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year.
I posted Rosh Hashana educational resources at:
The Rosh Hashana video list now has 256 video links.
I am sure it will get larger over the next week.
Enjoy the videos at:
Chag Sameach and Shana Tova!