‘The light that shines is not the moon’ – festival of lights in Tel Aviv

The festival of light is coming back to Tel Aviv this year, as the Israeli capital celebrates the beginning of the new moon, the Jewish festival of the Jewish year.

The festival of stones, which began in the ancient city of Nineveh in the second century BCE, is the biggest festival in Israel, with tens of thousands of participants every year.

This year, it is being held on a night when the city is still lit by the sun.

This year’s festival, which marks the beginning and end of the summer solstice, is being celebrated as a festival of nature, not a celebration of the sun and moon.

In the past, the event has been held at the Old City of Jerusalem and at the Temple Mount, but this year the festival will be held on the streets of Tel Aviv, which has been the capital of Israel since 1967.

Last year, the festival was held in Tel Hashomer, a large town in the southern part of the city.

This time, it will be staged in the northern parts of the Old Town of Tel Hashome, the northernmost of the Israeli cities of Jerusalem, Ashkelon and Ashdod.

It will start at 11:00 p.m. on Saturday night, with the festival starting at midnight.

It will end at 8:00 a.m., after which it will start again at 7:00.

In addition to the festival, the Israeli authorities have announced a new park in the Old city, which will be called the Jerusalem Peace Park.

It is intended to be a space for Israelis to share in the celebrations, and to make the celebration of light, which Israel calls “the moon’s light,” a part of everyday life.

On Saturday, hundreds of thousands will gather on the street of Tel Ashkelot to witness the celebrations.

On the eve of the festival on Saturday, a huge statue of the biblical King David, which is expected to stand at the entrance to the park, will be unveiled.

The statue will be the centerpiece of the celebrations and a symbol of peace and harmony in the Jewish state.