As a heat wave passed through Israel in July, some children in Jerusalem find a way of cooling off.
The public was allowed into the Knesset Building where the casket of former Israeli Prime Minister Yitzhak Shamir lay in state in the main hall.
The annual Hebrew Book Week was held in Jerusalem from June 6-16. Thousands of people of all ages came to see and buy books, they crowded into The Liberty Bell Park every evening.
The Jerusalem Festival of Light in the Old City runs June 6-14, outside Jaffa Gate “Cupola” towers above the walls. More photos of these light masterpieces at The Real Jerusalem Streets.
Mountains of fresh cherries at the Machane Yehuda Market Cherries sweeten every event, but the season is short, so you must grab them when you can!
Yom Yerushalyim celebrating 45 years of the reunification of Jerusalem is May 20, 2012. Flags of Israel and Jerusalem are flying above the streets.
The second Komen Israel Race for the Cure was held on May 03, 2012, thousands of people participated, including hundreds of Arab women. The route began in Gan Sacher with the finish line by the Walls of the City.
For more photos of the event see The Real Jerusalem Streets
Honor guard and flame near the Kotel, the Western Wall lit to remember those killed in war and by terror attacks.
On Holocaust Remembrance Day, Israel flags fly at half-mast above while long blue and white flags are ready for Independence Day.
The holiday of matzah and more matzah!