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Birthright Group Sees Israel Through Ecology

In honor of Tu B'Shvat, a group of ecology students currently on Birthright took a special tour of Israel.Yoni Kempinski, 2/9/2015, 3:15 AM

Photo Essay for Tu B'Shvat: Israeli Landscapes

Arutz Sheva presents a special photo essay of Israeli landscapes in honor of Tu B'Shvat, which coincides with Shabbat Shira this year.Arutz Sheva Staff , 1/25/2013, 11:01 PM

Photo Essay for Tu B'Shvat

Arutz Sheva presents a special photo essay in honor of Tu B'Shvat.Arutz Sheva Staff, 1/25/2013, 6:12 AM

Video: JNF Celebrates Tu B'Shvat

The JNF launches its celebrations in honor of Tu B'Shvat, the New Year for Trees on which it is customary to plant trees.Yoni Kempinski, 1/22/2013, 6:16 AM

Bnei Akiva Youth Plant Trees in Shomron

The Bnei Akiva youth movement held tree planting events across the country. Arutz Sheva visited the tree planting in Samaria.Elad Benari & Yoni Kempinski, 2/9/2012, 12:10 PM

The Most "Special" Tree Planters on Tu B'Shvat

Bnei Akiva took out Shevet Yuval, a group of disabled students, to join the movement's tree planting activity for Tu B'Shvat.Elad Benari & Yoni Kempinski, 2/9/2012, 12:09 PM

Tu B'Shvat Celebrated in Destroyed Community

Fifty activists from the Homesh First group celebrate a Tu B'Shvat seder in the community of Sa-Nur, destroyed in 2005.Elad Benari, 2/9/2012, 6:44 AM

Video: Ambassador Shapiro Plants an Olive Tree

U.S. Ambassador to Israel Daniel Shapiro planted an olive tree in honor of Tu B’Shvat in an area badly damaged by the Carmel fire.Elad Benari, 2/8/2012, 4:12 AM

Tu B’Shvat Goes ‘Modern Green’

The Tu B’Shvat holiday traditionally is celebrated by planting trees to make Israel green. Environmentalists add new meanings.Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu, 2/7/2012, 8:38 PM

Diaspora Kids Skype to Samaria

Jewish 6th graders in Los Angeles connected to their counterparts in Shaarei Tikva, in Samaria, for a Tu B'Shvat event using Skype technology.Avi Yellin, 1/24/2011, 1:07 PM

Tu B'Shvat: New Year of Trees

INN marks the Jewish holiday of Tu B'Shvat, the “New Year for Trees,” with a photo essay celebrating the beauty that grows in the Holy Land. Hana Levi Julian and Michelle Baruch, 1/20/2011, 2:40 PM

‘No Turkish Figs for Tu B'Shvat’

Almost all of the figs in Israel are imported, but a group is calling Tu B'Shvat to keep the holiday Zionist and boycott Turkish figs. Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu, 1/12/2011, 2:38 PM

Bibi: Ariel Capital of Samaria

Netanyahu on Friday added Ariel in Samaria to Gush Etzion and Maaleh Adumim as “indisputable’” parts of Israel, outside a new would-be Arab stateTzvi Ben Gedalyahu, 1/29/2010, 2:55 PM

Netanyahu: Gush Etzion Forever

Netanyahu reinforced his vow that Gush Etzion is “an eternal” part of Israel and planted a tree there. Maaleh Adumim and Ariel are next in line.Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu, 1/24/2010, 5:34 PM

Enlisting Quran for Israel Land

Jewish activists seeking to keep Shdema Jewish handed out Arabic flyers quoting Quran on the unbreakable bonds between Land, Nation of Israel.Hillel Fendel, 1/24/2010, 5:06 PM

Planting Flowers on Tu B’Shvat

Tu B’Shvat is known as the Festival of Trees, thousands of which are planted yearly. Flowers will join the celebration in Jerusalem next week.Tzvi Ben Gedalyahu, 1/18/2010, 5:50 PM