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Thousands of Israeli tourists flock to Dubai for Hannukah. ‘Emirati people are very hospitable to us,’ says rabbi.

Man reads news of Abram Accords in Dubai

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It’s long been known for its towering skyscrapers, high-end hotels, and mammoth shopping malls. 

But now, just months after the signing of a ground-breaking peace deal, Dubai is set to add synagogues, kosher restaurants, and a Jewish school into the mix.

Ever since the Abraham Accords were announced in August – a historic deal that normalized ties between the United Arab Emirates and Israel – Israeli tourists have flocked to the desert nation in unprecedented numbers.

The introduction of easily attainable tourist visas, the existence of a Coronavirus travel corridor, and a boom in kosher provisions have details ⇒

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