By the age of 17, she flew to Germany to launch her international modeling career which also led her to Italy, in which she was truly discovered for cover and runway modelling, TV show hostess, film acting, radio, etc. She was discovered byRoberto Cavalli who selected her to be his home model. She also modelled for D&G and for BBG jeweleries. Later, she was the hostess of a popular TV talk show in Italy.
A few of her achievements include testimonial nomination by the City of Milan to be the official spokeswoman leading the campaigns against graffiti and animal cruelty for 2005-06.
Moran has participated in international films in English, Italian, Hebrew and Spanish and recently was nominated for Best Actress in ‘Festival Sguardo al Femminile’ for her role in Days of Love.
Following her success abroad, Moran was cast in the Israeli “Strauss” commercial and chosen to lead the “Renuar” campaign.
She hosted the Israeli version of Deal or No Deal.
She has also won the title of Miss Israel
Good will ambassador for israaid.
Moran’s first visit to Haiti, she helped save 29 lives with JPHRO and Artists for Peace and Justice.
Moran’s second trip to Haiti, she took part in a workshop at Cine Institute in Jacmel.
In May 2010, Moran worked with Artists for Peace and Justice (APJ) and hosted/organized a charity event at Cannes Film Festival. In November 2010, Moran hosted/organized a charity event for APJ in New York, with proceeds going to the first free high school for the children of the slums of Haiti.
Basilica discovered in Judean Hills said to have exquisitely preserved mosaics in use between 5th and 7th centuries C.E.
Archeologists last week announced the discovery of a small Byzantine basilica with exquisitely preserved mosaics in use between the 5th and 7th centuries C.E., located on an uninhabited hill south-west of Jerusalem.
Site leader, Amir Ganor of the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) said the floor was “one of the most beautiful mosaics to be uncovered in Israel in recent years.”
“It is unique in its craftsmanship and level of preservation,” he also stated.
The surprisingly well preserved floor depicts peacocks, lions, foxes, and fish.
Excavation of the site, known as Hirbet Madras, commenced in December after the IAA discovered several months previously, that antiquities thieves were plundering the ruins.
Initially thought to be a synagogue, further excavation revealed stones carved with crosses. The church was built atop another structure some 500 years older, believed to be Jewish.
“Hirbet Madras is known as the site of a large, important Jewish community from the Second Temple period until its destruction during the Bar Kokhba Revolt in 135 CE.
“Among the remains at the site are buildings, caves, agricultural instillations and extensive underground hiding tunnels. The site was identified by a number of scholars as the location of a major community.” the Israel Antiquities Authority said in a press release.
The church was to be visible for another week, before the mosaics are covered with earth for their own protection, and funding can be obtained to open it as tourist site.