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30.06.2011 02:05:12

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09.05.2011 10:29:40

Jerusalem Western Wall Tourism sees Spike in bar or bat mitzvahs from abroadThe tourism industry is seeing a spike in bar and bat mitzvah celebrations in Jerusalem. Since 2009 more families from the United States, Canada and United Kingdom are celebrating bar or bat mitzvahs in Jerusalem.

Tourism experts believe that families are exploring alternative ways to celebrate their special event. Parents are looking to cut costs and bring more meaning to their child's unforgettable day.

A report released by Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics shows that 76 percent of tourists visit Jerusalem for holy excursions. Holy excursions, including Bar and Bat Mitzvahs, occur nearly every day.

Along with celebrating a bar or bat mitzvah, families from abroad partake in a Jerusalem tour. The tour usually includes a spectacular view from the Mount of Olives, a magnificent medieval display at the Tower of David Museum, prayers at the Western Wall and a visit to the Holocaust museum Yad Vashem.

Plans for developing a new visitor center in Jerusalem are underway at the Western Wall. The center will face the holy wall with a view of the Temple Mount. It will be a quiet space to soak in the spiritual experience at the Kotel. The center will also be a new venue for various events. Given its breathtaking view and holy location it will in high demand for weddings and bar or bat mitzvahs.

  Jerusalem | Israel Tour | Bar Mitzvah
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09.05.2011 08:51:33

Vote Dead Sea as a 7 Wonder of Nature, Mitzvah Family Tours in Israel visit the Dead Sea and enjoy the Spas and floatingThe Israeli government approved this week a 2.5 million dollar public relations campaign for the Dead Sea. The money will be used to get votes in an international competition called New 7 Wonders of Nature.

Among 28 finalists, the Dead Sea supposedly needs 300-400 million votes in the n7w.com competition. Other nominees include the Grand Canyon in Arizona, Mount Killamanjaro in Tanzania, the Yushan mountain range in China, Igazu Falls on the border of Brazil and Argentina and Mount Vesuvius in Italy.

In July 2007 Petra, Jordan was voted as one of the New 7 Wonders. The victory more than doubled tourism in the area. Dead Sea tours are extremely popular and this is one of the highlights during a Bar and Bat Mitzvah family tour.

The Dead Seas landscape has drastically changed over the years and it is an amazing travel destination. The Dead Sea is the lowest elevation on the Earth's surface on dry land and one of the world's saltiest bodies of water. The Israeli government is working on preserving the natural resource and the rapid decrease in water levels.

Those interested in voting can learn more at http://www.votedeadsea.com.

  Dead Sea | Israel Tour | Mitzvah Tour
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04.05.2011 14:15:37

Branko Lustig Celebrates Bar Mitzvah in Auschwitz, older Jews getting Bar MitzvahBranko Lustig, Oscar winning producer, celebrated his bar mitzvah in Aushwitz. Lustig, now 78, performed the special ceremony at the same concentration camp he was once held prisoner.

Born in Croatia, Lustig has achieved greatness within the film industry and philanthropic community. He won an Oscar for Schindler's List and Gladiator.

Lustig was deported from his Croation home to the Auschwitz death camp at the age of 10. A Jewish Journal article outlines his journey.

Although Branko was only 10, he was quite tall and escaped immediate death by passing himself off as a 16-year-old and therefore fit for labor.

He was sent to a nearby coal mine but was lucky again when he was assigned the job of ladling out water to other prisoners, leading a white horse pulling a cart with the water tank.

In the closing months of the war, the boy was transferred to Bergen-Belsen, where, miraculously, he was reunited with his mother. His father did not survive the war.

Lustig was lying on a camp bunk, emaciated, ravaged by typhus and covered with lice, when he suddenly heard some strange musical notes.

“I thought I had died and was in heaven,” Lustig recalled. Actually, the music came from a Scottish bagpiper, heralding the arrival of a company of British liberators. Read more...

On May 2, accompanied by some 10,000 participants, from 40 countries, Lustig celebrated his momentous occasion. This is perhaps the most significant Jewish event and celebration on Polish soil. In an LA Times article he says, "That at 78 I will finally be a man -- I am very excited, and I will tell this to the 10,000 young people standing around me."

The ceremony was broadcasted by the JLTV network. He concluded with these words: “The message I want to share today is the most important one I learned from my years in the concentration camps. It is the message of tolerance. We must all get along.

“We must strive to respect and love one another, so that the horrific days of the Holocaust will never visit us again. Tolerance is my bar mitzvah wish today, and ‘Never Again’ is my hope and my dream for always.”

Older People celebrating bar mitzvah in IsraelLustig is not the only Holocaust survivor to recently celebrate his bar mitzvah. Yosef Kineshtlich, 85, and 20 other Holocaust survivors celebrated their bar mitzvah ceremony.

In a Ynet article Kineshtlich speaks about his belated bar mitzvah. "Just before the war, my parents brought over a rabbi who began teaching me the sermon," says Kineshtlich, who has two children and seven grandchildren. "And then the war broke out and we were taken to the ghetto. In 1943 the ghetto was destroyed, and I never saw my parents or my sister again." Read more here.

  Bar Mitzvah | Branko Lustig | Auschwitz
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13.04.2011 08:16:28


Bar Mitzvah at the Kotel with B-Mitzva.com and Family Tours in Israel Press ReleaseTwo brothers started the business, Liran and Simantov Levy. While Liran is the cantor and poet, Simantov takes care of the planning. In 2010 the B-Mitzva.com team performed over 150 Bar and Bat Mitzvahs at the Kotel.

B-Mitzva launched a new Web site this year and truned to facebook to help families plan a Bar or Bat Mitzvah in Israel. The facebook page is the largest Bar or Bat Mitzvah in Israel resource: https://www.facebook.com/bar.bat.mitzvah . The new site also features a blog called the B'nai Bulletin. The industry is lacking a digital presence and B-Mitzva.com is clearly taking advantage of every opportunity. It's working too.

Families from all over the world are in need of a flexible Mitzvah tour. They are looking for an amazing tour, top quality customer service and an unforgettable ceremony. As tourism was at an all-time high in 2010, so were Bar and Bat Mitzvah bookings from United States and Canada. In March 2011 B-Mitzva.com launched a Spanish Web site http://www.barmitzva.com.mx .

For more information please contact us: 1-855-B-MITZVA

  Kotel | Spanish Jews | Facebook | Press Release
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12.04.2011 11:29:10

Welcome to the B'nai Bulliten. A source for Bar or Bat Mitzvah news, planning tips or related news about Israel. We also created a facebook page with similar content. It is now the largest facebook page of its kind.

Enjoy and we are excited to hear feedback. Please comment below or send us an e-mail.

About B-Mitzva.com:

B-Mitzva.com will organize your special event in Israel. We will make your dream event become a reality. We produce more than 150 Bar or Bat Mitzvah's a year. We provide the experience and personal attention you need.

Our unique company specializes in mitzvah family tours and celebrations at the Kotel (Western Wall).

Families visiting from the United States, United Kingdom, Canada or even Mexico use our mitzvah team. We will answer any question you have. We are happy to plan your itinerary and make sure your family experiences a meaningful ceremony. This is an experience you can only fulfill once. We will make sure you do it right, just the way you want it.

We are one-stop-shop for all your planning needs. We can escort you step by step, listen to your wishes and offer you the perfect options according to your budget and taste. Our experience and reputation guarantees the lowest prices, with top quality and worry free vacations.

B-Mitzva.com is dedicated to making the Bar Mitzvah boy or Bat Mitzvah girl feel comfortable in Israel.

We can provide everything from:

  • Catering
  • Music
  • Photographers
  • Family tours
  • Book hotels for you and your guests
  • Arrange for transportation
  • The best tour guides Israel has to offer

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