The huge and famous Hospital of the Jewish Community in Alexandria Fondation Bekhor de Menasce. Was regarded as the best in the Middle East and among the best in the world. Beside the first class payable departments, it provided treatment to the necessitous for free, regardless of religion.
En route to Fort Napoleon next to Aboukir, 25 Km. east of Alexandria, where Napoleon Bonaparte left behind one of his cannons, after his short occupation of Egypt at the end of the eighteenth century. Aboukir 1930. (From the “Juifs d’Egypte – Images et Textes” Editions du Scribe, Paris 1984).
Rav Ovadia Yossef, with Ahava Ve-Akhva students in Cairo, during his stay in Egypt, as Beith-Din member and Rabbi-teacher at Ahava Ve-Akhva, which was the biggest and the most vibrant Yeshiva in Cairo. (From the book “The Golden Era of the Jews of Egypt” by Levana Zamir)
Basketball Maccabi Cairo – Boys group championship 1955 (From the book “The Golden Era of the Jews of Egypt” by Levana Zamir)