A woman from the Jewish community of Aquarius in the south of the country said she was the happiest of all her family members when her birthday came.
The woman, who was not named in Hebrew, was born on December 20, 2016.
She was one of the lucky ones to have a birthday that was free of the Jewish holiday of Purim, which fell on Sunday.
“It’s an amazing feeling,” she told The Jerusalem Report.
“The birthday is not only for the mother but also for me.”
The woman said that when she and her husband celebrated their 21st birthdays together, the birthday came before the Jewish New Year, which was celebrated the next day.
She said that she was born with a big smile on her face.
“I was very happy because I was so excited,” she said.
The birth of a woman is always a big deal in Israel.
“When a woman’s birthday comes, she’s very happy,” said Naftali Meir, a researcher at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Institute for Public Health Sciences.
“She’s the happiest and she’s happy.
I think it’s really rare in Israel that a woman does not celebrate her birthday.”
A woman’s family members can also have a big impact on her happiness.
“We all love each other,” she added.
“We know that we’re not just friends, but our family is also a big part of our happiness.”
The Israeli society’s social fabric is based on Jewish values.
“It’s a way of life and a way for the Jewish people to live together,” Meir said.
“This is why I think a lot of people don’t like the fact that we are so different.
They think that it’s a problem.”
While the Jewish holidays of Purisima, Yom Kippur, Passover and Maundy Thursday are considered the most important Jewish holidays, Meir also said that the Jewish tradition does not discriminate on the basis of gender.
“People can be a man or a woman, but we’re all one,” he said.
“A woman can celebrate her birthdays, a man can celebrate his.”
The fact that I’m celebrating my birthday means that I have the opportunity to meet other women who are celebrating their birthdays.
And I think this is something very important.