Jerusalem’s largest resort, the Hillel, is offering guests a Jewish alternative to the annual summer holidays.
Hillel will host an Israeli holiday in 2019.
The resort, which opened in 2014, was the scene of a string of anti-Israel protests that prompted Israel to declare a “state of emergency” in 2015.
The Hillels is also known as the “Winter Solstice.”
The resort’s website lists several activities that the resort offers to guests.
One such activity is a “Holiday of Torah,” in which guests can learn to read and recite the Torah from an interpretive Torah scroll, a traditional reading that has long been banned in Israel.
The holiday will also include activities for children, according to the resort.
Other activities include:An event in honor of the Hauterpäische, or Jewish holiday of the sun, a Jewish tradition celebrating the dawn of the new moon.
The celebration, in which children dressed in traditional winter clothing are invited to wear masks, will also be on display at the resort, along with traditional Jewish costumes.
The festival was introduced to Israel by Rabbi Yehuda Ben Hirschman, who opened the resort in 1971.
The website says the holiday will be celebrated on Sunday, Oct. 6.
The theme for the event will be the “Holocaust.”
Hillels spokesman Yael Tzur said the event is not a public holiday, but instead a holiday of reflection and celebration.
He said that while the resort has not yet announced dates for its holiday, the holiday is being held in conjunction with the Jewish holidays of Hanukkah and Pesach.
The rabbi said he hopes to bring the holiday to the capital, adding that the Hallels was established in 1971 to reflect the spirit of the time.