Pictures Archive - Tunisia
Transit camp, and it was long ago, the neighbor who lived on the right to my hut her name was Colette, the neighbor on my left Mazuz. Both came from Tunisia.
Mazuz was my teacher in elementary school. Each one of his hand sprouted seven fingers and back then, it was a big attraction.
According to the Jewish priests of Djerba and a tradition they have, their ancestors reached the island after the first temple destruction, and brought with them the doors of the Temple, which miraculously saved from the fire. They installed the doors in the synagogue in Djerba and around this "little temple", built a huge complex of rooms.
Lag B'Omer is driving thousands of Jews from the Diaspora to celebrate a revel. The photo gallery speaks for itself, see and enjoy.