Which is better? A trip to Israel or a trip to Disneyland?

In a recent poll of American Jews by the American Jewish Committee, 64% of respondents said they would like to visit Israel, while just 25% would go there on a “holiday”.

While most Jews would go to Israel to “celebrate” the Jewish holiday of Purim, the Jewish Agency is planning to offer an alternative holiday called the Jewish National Day of Purisim, which will be celebrated on December 25.

In Israel, Purim is celebrated on the third day of the Jewish calendar.

In contrast, Disneyland in California has a day dedicated to its theme park.

In fact, a Jewish holiday was the basis of the creation of Disneyland in the United States.

In the late 1800s, Jewish settlers from Palestine moved to California.

The state was at a turning point as it became one of the first states to officially recognize the existence of Jews.

The first official Jewish settlement in California was in the San Fernando Valley in 1922, and the first Jewish Disneyland park opened in San Francisco in 1923.

As a result of the influx of Jews to California, Disneyland opened in the Golden State in 1933.

The following year, the first Disney park opened on the West Coast.

The theme park became a landmark for Jewish tourism and drew over 20 million visitors during its first 50 years.

In addition to being a pioneer in the American West, Disneyland was also an international success.

As a result, it has been visited by presidents, world leaders, celebrities, and even the Dalai Lama.

A new theme park will open at Disney California Adventure park in 2019.

It is planned to be themed around “The Magic of Magic”, a fictional theme park in which Mickey and Minnie, Donald and Goofy, and Donald Duck live.

Disneyland’s “theme park” will also feature a “magic of magic” attraction that will take guests through a magical world.

The park’s director, Bob Chapek, said in a statement: “Disneyland is an institution in the world of Disneyland and we are excited to join forces with Bob Chapes in creating a new adventure that will transform the park.”

The park will also be able to host a number of “magical” events, including the opening of a new Magic Kingdom ride in 2019 and the unveiling of the new “magic garden”.