Chart courtesy of Sky and Telescope Magazine
At 9:00AM local time on the morning of March 1, the moon will be about 30 degrees above the horizon and just north and east of Venus. This will be well observed in Israel with the position of the moon relative to Venus at that time about 2/3rds of the way between "Dehli" and "London" in the diagram above, which is about 3 degrees above and to the left of Venus. You may need binoculars to see the moon, since it is very near to new. Venus should be an easy sight below and right. Let us know if you succeed.
And remember to Keep on looking up!