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Israel and You

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Metula *

Metula Today - Photo:  Oren Rachamim on panoramio.com

Metula is the center of tourism in the Upper Galilee. Israel’s northernmost town is a quiet country village with a view of Mt. Hermon and the green Galilee landscapes. Many tourists and vacationers who ...

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Abel Beth Maacah *

Photo: Tel Abel Beth Maacah Excavations

Tell Abil el-Qameh Tell Abil el-Qameh is a 100-dunam site, located 4.5 miles west of Tel Dan and 1.2 miles south of Metulla on Israel’s northern border with Lebanon. The ...

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Dead Sea Revisited *

Mount Sodom, Israel, showing the so-called "Lot's Wife" pillar.

Dead Sea Tourism The Dead Sea in Israel is a tourist attraction for people from all over the world because it is a natural health spa – only an hour’s drive ...

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Nahal Og Adventure for You*

Nahal Og

About Nahal Og Looking for adventure? Want to discover the natural beauty of Israel? Go Nahal Og! Nahal Og drains of 112 square km from the Eastern slopes of Mount Scopus, ...

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Nachal Pratzim and Mitzpe Zohar *

Nachal Pratzim - Photographer: Menashe Davidson

Nachal Pratzim (Nahal Perazim) Nachal Pratzim is located in the Mishor Amiaz on Mt. Sodom. It is a very narrow gorge that was formed by flowing water eroding into the rather soft sedimentary ...

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Rujm el Hiri Revisited *

Gilgal_Refa'im_-_Rujm_el-Hiri
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Take a look at Rujm el Hiri stone circle in Israel’s Golan Heights (not far from my daughter’s home in Yonatan) near the Sea of Galilee. This place is an ...

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The Biblical Era & Rise of Judaism *

Remnants of the 1st century Stairs of Ascent, discovered by archaeologist Benjamin Mazar, to the entrance of the Temple Courtyard. Pilgrims coming to make sacrifices at the Temple would have entered and exited by this stairway.

Israel – Palestine For Critical Thinkers: #2 Israel-Palestine from the biblical era through the early years of Judaism, until the independent reign of the ancient Israel and Judaea ended with the ...

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