David DuSh BarasHi, a medical clown at the Dream Doctors Project. For Pacific Standard Magazine
Shai Even Tzur, Inokim electric scooters store manager. For airberlin Magazine
Nelly Ben Shoshan, electric scooter rider. For airberlin Magazine
Reut Corfu, electric scooter rider. For airberlin Magazine
Vered Ben-Sa'adon, owner of Tura Winery. For The Washington Post
Yaakov Berg, owner of Psagot Winery. For The Washington Post
Ezri Tubi, spokesman for the Jewish settlement of Yitzhar. For The Washington Post
Lucy Aharish, i24News anchor. For The Washington Post
Marta Wise, Holocaust survivor. For The Washington Post
Debra Pell. For The Washington Post
Shira Baruchi and Yair Landau, Israeli Magen David Adom Emergency Medicine Technicians. For Monocle Magazine
Yaakov Eyal, Israeli Magen David Adom volunteer mechanic. For Monocle Magazine
Izhac Makani, an Israeli who is a descendant of Iranian parents. For The Washington Post
The high priest of the ancient Samaritan community, Ovadia Cohen
Miri Levy, owner of Berosh Hahar B&B
Jessica Yasmin Barhum, facilitator at ‘Living in the Levant’, which aims to present Islam and the Arab population of Israel to non-Muslims through tours in the village of Ein Rafa and visits at the local mosque.
Sara Beck, an Israeli journalist who created "Zusha" - an online repository of Hasidic tales
Adam Zagoria-Moffet. For Hamline University alumni magazine
Mike Shorkend, Isracard's manager of central infrastructures. For IBM Systems Magazine - Mainframe Edition
Palestinian vendorsAbu Ziad Dandes and his son Ahmed Dandes. For The Washington Post.
Aman Beyene, an African migrant from Eritrea. For The Washington Post
Mutasim Ali, an African migrant from Sudan . For The Washington Post
Pierbattista Pizzaballa, Custodian of the Holy Land. For Die Weltwoche Magazine
Dov Moran, Israeli high tech entrepreneur. For Ernst & Young Exceptional Magazine
Prof. Rivka Carmi, President of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev. For The Washington Post.
Amit Rahav, VP Marketing & Business Development at Secret Double Octopus. For The Washington Post
Abraham Raphael, farmer.
A group portrait of Israeli Women's National Flag Football Team
Shmaia Galdor, a graduate of 'Sadnat Shiluv' which encourages the integration of people with special needs into the community.
Menashe Amir, Iranian-born Israeli Radio broadcaster. For Monocle Magazine
James Snyder, Director of the Israel Museum
Lieutenant General Joseph Votel, Commander of the U.S. Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC)
Avner Shalev, Chairman of the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial Directorate
Yitzhak Navon, Israel's fifth President
Adam Shay, Researcher and Project Coordinator at the Institute for Contemporary Affairs in Jerusalem
Glenn Beck, American television and radio host
Aharon Appelfeld, Israeli novelist.
Ziona Netanel and her daughter Maayan. Ziona is the widow of Captain Yehonatan Netanel, 27, an Israeli soldier killed in an IDF friendly-fire accident during Operation Cast Lead in the Gaza Strip
Uri Ehrenfeld, a former Israeli soldier who was captured and tortured by Egypt during the 1973 Yom Kippur War, with one of his cats
Rabbi Eli Ben-Dahan, Israel's Deputy Minister of Religious Affairs
Hubert Winkels, a German literary critic and journalist
Prof. Israel ( Robert J.) Aumann, Winner of the 2005 Nobel Prize for Economics
Prof. Raphael Israeli, Professor of Islamic, Middle Eastern and Chinese history at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Digital Creators Team: Iris Maor, CEO. Jack Brough, Creative Director, Alon Shtruzman, Special Advisor, for Digital Creators
Rudy Tanoesoedibjo, CEO and President Director of PT MNC Sky Vision
Marina Nemat, an Iranian-Canadian author