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Gush Etzyon
By giulianocamarda
04 Nov 2013

Professional team of Caliber 3 during a demonstration of a V.I.P. protection operation

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Gush Etzyon
By giulianocamarda
04 Nov 2013

Samuel from Fishers, Indiana, during a shooting session with a hand gun. He came with his family to make a unique experience in Israel. They came just for fun.

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Gush Etzyon, West Bank
By giulianocamarda
04 Nov 2013

Professional team of Caliber 3 during a demonstration of a V.I.P. protection operation.

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Gush Etzyon
By giulianocamarda
04 Nov 2013

Professional team of Caliber 3 during a demonstration of a V.I.P. protection operation.

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Gush Etzyon, West Bank
By giulianocamarda
04 Nov 2013

Alex Baramba, Combat and Krav Maga instructor, teaching a group of Russian tourists how to shoot with a hand gun.

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Gush Etzyon, West Bank
By giulianocamarda
04 Nov 2013

Eitan Cohen is a Combat and Krav Maga instructor who has worked at Caliber 3 for two years. In the past, he took part in several special missions in Mexico, Nigeria and India as a contractor. He's also a Muay Thai athlete.

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Gush Etzyon, West Bank
By giulianocamarda
04 Nov 2013

Sharon Gat, C.E.O and Founder of Caliber 3, explains to a group of tourists after a demonstration, "Even if the targets are arabs and they don't like jews, we don't shoot people that are not intended to make a terrorist act."

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Gush Etzyon, West Bank
By giulianocamarda
04 Nov 2013

Margo with her young son Harry, from New York, checking the results of her first handgun shooting session.

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Gush Etzyon, West Bank
By giulianocamarda
04 Nov 2013

Steve Gar, combat instructor, shows a group of tourist the results of a professional demonstration. All the bullets hit the center of the target perfectly.

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Gush Etzyon, West Bank
By giulianocamarda
04 Nov 2013

Eitan Cohen, Combat and Krav Maga instructor, teaches a group of American tourists from New York how to hold a shotgun during a "Commando Tourism" training.

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Gush Etzyon, West Bank
By giulianocamarda
03 Nov 2013

Eitan Cohen, Combat and Krav Maga instructor, teaching a group of American tourists from New York how to hold a shotgun during a "Commando Tourism" training.

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Gush Etzyon, West Bank
By giulianocamarda
03 Nov 2013

A group of American tourists from New York learn how to hold a shotgun during a "Commando Tourism" training lesson.

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Gush Etzyon, West Bank
By giulianocamarda
03 Nov 2013

Yonah, from New York, during his first shooting session with a handgun.

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Gush Etzyon, West Bank
By giulianocamarda
03 Nov 2013

Young Harry from New York enjoying shooting with a paintball shotgun.

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Gush Etzyon, West Bank
By giulianocamarda
03 Nov 2013

Harry from New York enjoying shooting with a paintball shotgun.

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Gush Etzyon, West Bank
By giulianocamarda
03 Nov 2013

Glen, 19, from the U.S. double checking the empty bullets. He works part-time at Caliber 3 to pay for his studies in a Yeshiva (religious) School.

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Gush Etzyon, West Bank
By giulianocamarda
03 Nov 2013

Sharon Gat, the C.E.O and founder of Caliber 3, is a Colonel in the IDF Special Forces, with vast operational experience in guerrilla warfare and counter terrorism in the field. His experience includes commanding units in special operations in Lebanon, the West Bank and the Gaza strip. During an interview he says, "We have our enemies very motivated to do attacks on us in the cities, in settlements, wherever there are Jews. We're not waiting for a suicide bomber to come, but we want to be prepared."

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Gush Etzyon, West Bank
By giulianocamarda
03 Nov 2013

Shai Ish Shalom, Senior Combat instructor and former colonel in the Israeli Forces, trains a group of Israeli young men for becoming security guards on the light train in Jerusalem.

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Gush Etzyon, West Bank
By giulianocamarda
03 Nov 2013

A group of Israeli young men doing excercises before starting a training lesson.

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Gush Etzyon, West Bank
By mohamed abdel azez
03 Nov 2013

Steve Gar, Combat and Krav Maga instructor, teaches a group of American tourists from New York how to hold a shotgun.

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Beitar Jerusalem - a Club at War with...
Jerusalem, Israel
By Mat Heywood
12 Feb 2013

January 30 2013 Beitar Jerusalem, a top football club in the Israeli Premier League announced their two new signings, Chechen Muslim’s Zaur Sadayev and Gabriel Kadiev. The signings come as a shock to the clubs fans renowned for their vehement anti-Arab and anti-Muslim stance.
The club fan base known as “La Familia” shout slogans such as “Death to Muhammed” and “death to all Arabs”. On the 19th March 2012 a youtube video surfaced showing Beitar fans attacking two veiled Muslim women and their male companion, Arab janitors held back the fans and a fight ensued at the shopping mall until the police arrived. The fans actions reached such a critical point that even Likud MP, Reuben Rivlin, reprimanded the fans for their blatant racism.

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Gush Etzyon, Israel
By giulianocamarda
31 Dec 2012

Eitan Cohen, Combat and Krav Maga instructor, during a basic shooting training session with a group of american and russian tourists

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Settlement Interview Part 5
Jerusalem, Israel
By Andrew Beale
07 Dec 2012

Part two of interview with Australian-Israeli Menashe Dovid concerning the 3,000 new settlements approved to be built.

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Iranian Jews
Tehran
By Alireza Firouzi
08 Nov 2012

Arvin , a 13 year old Iranian Jewish boy learning to read the Torah for his Bar Mitzvah at a Synagogue in Yussef Abad, in the North Of Tehran.

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Iranian Jews
Tehran
By Alireza Firouzi
08 Nov 2012

Arvin, a 13 years old Iranian Jewish boy celebrating his Bar Mitzvah at the biggest Synagogue in Yussef Abad in the North of Teheran.
Out of the 80 000 Jews present in Iran under the Shah, there are barely 10,000 today. This religious minority has its Member of Parliament, schools ... but must live in discretion.

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Iranian Jews
Tehran
By Alireza Firouzi
08 Nov 2012

Arvin , learning to read the Torah for his Bar Mitzvah. His standing on carved altar carved in wood and gold in the biggest Synagogue of Yussef Abad, in the North of Teheran.

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Iranian Jews
Tehran
By Alireza Firouzi
08 Nov 2012

An iranian Jewish boy carrying the torah scroll with his father for his Bar mitzvah at a Synagogue in Tehran.

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Iranian Jews
Tehran
By Alireza Firouzi
08 Nov 2012

Arvin carrying the Torah scroll with his father for his Bar Mitzvah at the biggest Synagogue in Tehran.

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Iranian Jews
Tehran
By Alireza Firouzi
08 Nov 2012

Arvin 's friends reading the Torah. They are all educated in Jewish schools. Only five Jewish schools remain in Tehran. They subsist thanks to grants from the Ministry of Education.

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Iranian Jews
Tehran
By Alireza Firouzi
08 Nov 2012

An Iranian Jewish boy reading the Torah in the synagogue of Yussef Abad in the North of Tehran.

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Iranian Jews
Tehran
By Alireza Firouzi
08 Nov 2012

Jewish boys reading the Torah during Arvin's Bar-Mitzva . Although Jews can be discriminated against , those who decided to stay declared feeling more secure in Iran than in other countries such as Israel.

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Iranian Jews
Tehran
By Alireza Firouzi
08 Nov 2012

Jewish boys reading the Torah during Arvin's Bar-Mitzvah. After the ceremony, guests gather around a sumptuous buffet. On the menu: traditional Iranian dishes and ... wine. Within the Islamic Republic, alcohol is prohibited for muslims, but tolerated for religious minorities like Jews and Christians.

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Iranian Jews
Tehran
By Alireza Firouzi
08 Nov 2012

Arvin celebrating his Bar Mitzvah and reading the Torah. He is surrounded by the Rabbi , his father and a friend.

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Iranian Jews
Tehran
By Alireza Firouzi
08 Nov 2012

An Iranian Jewish man praying during Arvin's Bar Mitzvah at the biggest Synagogue in Tehran.

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Iranian Jews
Tehran
By Alireza Firouzi
08 Nov 2012

The Rabbi advising Arvin during his Bar Mitzvah.

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Iranian Jews
Tehran
By Alireza Firouzi
08 Nov 2012

Arvin waiting to start celebrating his Bar Mitzvah in the biggest synagogue of Tehran located in Yussef Abad neighborhood.

Recognized as a minority in the 1979 Constitution, Jews are represented in the Iranian Parliament by a jewish member.
Despite their patriotism toward Iran, Jews's loyalty remain, in the eyes of the regime, questionable.

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Tbilisi mayor in the synagogue
Tbilisi, Georgia
By TemoBardzimashvili
21 Dec 2011

Tbilisi mayor Gigi Ugulava visits the city's synagogue during Hanukkah, to congratulate the Jewish community of Georgia. December 20, 2011