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Mimouna at the Citadel with Tahrir

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Some important details

  • תאריכון

    Date and time

    Tuesday, April 30 | 7:00pm

  • מחיר


    30 NIS
    Free for evacuated residents of the North and South conflict areas, soldiers, and reservists who served in the conflict

  • Location

    Tower of David Jerusalem Museum

Mimouna, “An Envelope of Love”: Showing support for the residents of the South and North, praying for the return of the hostages and saluting the Israeli soldiers.
Free entrance for evacuees from the North and South, soldiers, and reservists.

On Tuesday, April 30, we meet at the Citadel for our traditional Mimouna celebration with Tahrir.

Mimouna, celebrated for hundreds of years by the Jewish North African community, is a symbol of mutual affection, community and faith. As the holiday of Passover exits, the doors open and anyone who wants is invited to come in, regardless of their beliefs or worldview. Everyone is welcome.

During these difficult days for the State of Israel, it seems that there is no more important message. Along with the pain and the sorrow, we ask specifically during this time to connect together for a shared experience, and find a little comfort and hope for better days through music.

The event, “An Envelope of Love”, is organized as a special experience for the residents of the South and the North, with prayers for the swift return of the hostages and in appreciation for the IDF soldiers guarding us day and night.


7:00pm Reception – entrance and food

Wandering in the new galleries of the Tower of David Jerusalem Museum

7:15pm “Moroccan Bakashot” for a ceremony marking the end of this season of requests

Opening remarks, Jerusalem mayor Moshe Lion

8:30pm Main performance: Yagel Haroush Ensemble welcomes the Andalusian poet Shir Yifrach and singer Micha Biton from Netiv HaAsara.

You’re invited throughout the course of the evening to wander the new, impressive exhibit spaces of our museum.

Come in and have something to eat. 🌸

Tahrir is a mobile cultural institution and platform for artistic and entertainment events, founded a decade ago in Jerusalem’s Machane Yehuda market. Since then, it has been a magnet for a broad expression of Eastern culture, from the tradition of ancient, Sephardic, piyyut poetry to modern, multi-disciplinary, Eastern works. Tahrir is a platform for creative development and works, forming an active connection between social change and music and art.

The tour is subject to a minimum number of participants | The Tower of David Museum retains the right to cancel the tour for any reason with 2 days advanced notice while giving an alternative date or an alternative tour. Tickets purchased on the website can be canceled within 14 days of purchase, but not less than 7 business days from the date of the event. Requests for ticket cancellations must be sent in writing to: [email protected]

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