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Pizza Panini is famous for its quality and service. Deliveries are exclusive to the middle of Jerusalem, Rehavia and Talbia. Fresh natural juices along with Pizza and Kaltsoni with natural ingredients and special home made recipes, Pizza Panini is more than just another pizza store; it is a true culinary experience. Kosher Lamehadrein L'chumraMore Info...
Pizza Pushka - Jerusalem's finest Pizza restaurant located in the heart of Kiryat Yovel. Kosher pizza and takeout offered. Come in for a unique and satisfying taste experience. 02-6422994, 02-6422922More Info...
Pizza Roma - Pizza in Ariel - Cooked on hot stones just as the Italians love to make their own pizza!
Dairy Kitchen - all ingredients approved by BADATZ.
We deliver in Ariel and to the entire Shomron (Samaria)! Together with our pizza deliveries we deliver any and all munchies and drinks that you may need, from nuts, cookies, chips, beverages, alcoholic drinks and much, much more!
Sweet Pizza (all the rage in the States today!)
Pizza, Malawach, Garlic Bread, Quality Coffee. Takeout and Free Delivery. Kosher under the supervision of the Jerusalem Rabbinate. Armon HanatzivMore Info...
Plants, flowers, vases, orders made to your specific needs. For all your flower desires in Kfar Sava, Bursat Haprachim, with years of community goodstanding and experience is your favored choice.More Info...
Plastic Cards Direct are Israel's Premier plastic card printer. We pride ourselves on having the highest quality, unrivalled service as well as the lowest prices in the industry! Not only that but our turnaround times are also the fastest you will find in Israel. Plastic Cards Direct Price Promise will match or better any price you receive from another Israeli Plastic Card Manufacturers- that's a promise! Call us today and see how much money you could save!!!
Please DO NOT visit this site on Sabbath and Jewish Holy Days when the Jewish law forbids. David Avisar's personal history and unique, expressionist style of fine art productions, infuse at once, this remarkable talents, complex, yet simple, personna. The son of Yaakov Avisar zt"l, considered by many the first, true fighter pilot of the Israeli Air Force. In the 56' Sinai Campaign, Yaakov led the flight platoon that decided the war with an Israeli victory. David grew up as a child in the well-known, suburban community Tzahala, which developed from an orchid and grove village, into the highly-respected IDF officers' society. The enthusiasm regarding the Jews return to their ancient homeland, the heroic fighting spirit experienced at home and in the community, played a large part in forming David Avisar, the painter. At a young age David showed great sensitivity, intensity and determination in his relationship to others, his surroundings, the land and painting. Yet before getting serious about painting, his destiny followed in the footsteps of his father, and shortly before the Yom Kippur War in 1973, David recruited into the IDF as a paratrooper. He served again in a paratroopers fighter unit in 1982 during the Shalom Haglil War. These background factors play a key role in appreciating David's vision of the land. This is the land he has literally fought for, carrying a tradition of his family's part in the early Aliya that traces back to the struggling years before the establishment of the modern State of Israel and the Israel Defence Forces. The next chapter in David's development was searching, mainly for a way to express his deep feelings and talents, and this was quite a journey. After studying at the Art Academy in Ramat HaSharon, he connected with the famous artist Marcel Yanko, sharing with him his later years at Ein Hod, the artist's colony on Mt. Carmel established by Yanko in the 50's, and was greatly inspired by the master. In fact, David is considered the prime student that successfully learned the giant expressionists' exclusive use of lines, color-mixes and impressionist techniques. After a long trip to the USA west coast, fame and glory in known galleries and a short adventure on the Mexican shores in an attempt to start an artist's colony there. He returned to Israel to the Sinai Desert as a painter and tour guide. Yet another turn in his destiny awaited David in the late 1980's, when he discovered his traditional roots anew, and returned to a religious code of life, embracing the Hassidic approach to personal growth and drawing closer to the Creator. This period has been a fruitful one for David's professional career, as his fine art productions accent the awakened spirit within and such he has created the "HandsUp" - FaithArt series, "Biblical Stories" - FaithArt series and "Shabbat" - FaithArt series, along his well-recognized Landscapes and WildLife water-color productions. The FaithArt series' is a direct result of this artist's spiritual rejuvenation. The joy of the heart moves the talented hands that grasp the painter's brush. The lines, color -contrasts, figurations and impressionist distortions, express the optimism and positivism of achieving new spiritual heights. David Avisar, the artist, has reached a maturation that adds atmospheric dimensions of hope, prayer and affinity with the esoteric connection to our ancient heritage and most basic Masoretic roots and inspirational sentiments. Avisar's artworks consistently succeed to capture beauty, harmony, irony, symbolism and the sense of awakening. David Avisar cell: 0504-123-925
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Please welcome newly arrived Raanana resident Bruce Baichman into the Raanana and HaSharon community. Bruce is expert with silver, especially silver Judaica.
If you have tarnished silver cutlery, rings or jewelry, musical instruments, picture frames, and especially silver Judaica, Bruce has years of experience with silver cleaning, repairing, polishing and silver restoration. He uses various methods, depending on the chore at hand, and is strict in his absolute avoidance of scratches and other possible abrasions that may be caused by silver polishers that are anything less than professional, especially those that try to polish their precious silver at home.
Bruce especially delights at working on silver Judaica - kiddush cups, seder plates, menoras, etrog boxes, samavars, havdala candle holders, candelabras, candle holders, spice boxes, Torah plates and more. He is also pleased to teach you how to protect and preserve your newly polished and cherished silver pieces.
Fluent in English, Bruce understands well both the Anglo mentality and offers professional and responsible service. His prices are highly competitive and he works exactly according to the needs and desires of his clients.
Always with a smile.
Bruce serves clients looking for Judaica and silver polishing services in Raanana, Kfar Saba, Herzliya and Hod Hasharon.
Please call for advice and to set up an appointment, if necessary.
Bruce Baichman: 052-5658507
Pnima - Center for Women's Empowerment - Non-Profit Charitable Organization in TzfatMore Info...