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61rst INDEPENDENCE of HOLY LAND

>> Tuesday, April 28, 2009


Israel's night of indepedence way back 1948 celebrates few minutes ago-disco dancing still going on, in every villages and towns all over the country.Me and my employer witnessed another year of celebration from thier liberation with invaders.Below are my few shoots that I cannot have much because one hand was holding my employer and other hand was with my camera and video.Oh...okay ..yes! I'm insane because I need it on blogosphere,lol.

Yom Ha'atzmaut (Hebrew: יום העצמאות‎ yom hā-‘aṣmā’ūṯ;) means the national Independence day of the State of Israel. Every year's celebration is always on the 5th of the Jewish month of Iyar, it centers around the declaration of the state of Israel by David Ben Gurion in Tel Aviv on May 14, 1948 and the end of the British Mandate of Palestine.It is always the day after Yom Hazikaron. I repeat saying again that the day in Georgian calendar for Jewish start after sunset.It's night life in some other countries.

Many Israelis celebrate the day with picnics and barbecues (known in Israeli slang as a "mangal" - from the Arabic word منقل meaning "stove"). In some parts of the country the eve of the holiday, people sing and dance in the streets. Balconies are decorated with Israeli flags, and small flags are attached to car windows or every where you can see thier flag hanging.


IN the dinning room ,dinner served in few minutes but they served first the "pita" so.. when the main menu come I finished already one pita.lol.
Programs started with the childrens on this village riding around bicycle and some are walking with flags hanging on their bikes.Next in dinning area then program history outside and the end by seeing fireworks.
There was also kids running back in fort waving flags in different sizes.

1 comments:

Dhemz April 29, 2009 at 9:13 PM  

wow teVhing..para naman tong new years kung mag celebrate ang mga tao jan ano..ang saya saya....hehheh!

kakatuwa kasi kahit busy ka...you still have time to captured all these pics...hehehe! thanks for sharing!

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