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Cameling in the holy land since forever

Terra Sancta Museum

A cross, Christ's arm and Saint Francis' arm, a universal symbol of the Franciscans

New Archaeology Wing Jerusalem’s Terra Sancta Museum opened the doors of its brand new archaeology wing to the public on 27 June, hosting a new exhibition showcasing more than 300 ...

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The Six Day War *

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The Six Day War involved three distinct battlefronts: Sinai, West Bank and Golan. was the third of the Arab-Israeli wars. As usual David defeated Goliath. Israel and the territories Israel ...

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The Bahai Gardens in Haifa

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Terraces of the Bahai Gardens The Terraces of the Bahai Gardens Faith, are usually known as The Bahai Gardens  in Haifa. This is a holy place of the Bahai religion and a major ...

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The Big Crater – HaMakhtesh HaGadol *

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HaMakhtesh HaGadol HaMakhtesh HaGadol (The Big Crater) is located near Yeruham in Israel’s desert Negev. Makhtesh is the Hebrew word for a mortar grinder (מַכְתֵּשׁ‬). The Big Crater got its misleading name in ...

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Park Nahal Hadera *

Hadera Stream
Photo: 	שומבלע

Hadera Stream – Nahal Hadera – نهر الخضيرة Nahal Hadera ( نهر المفجر – Nahr Mufjir), is a seasonal stream that flows from Dothan Valley in northern Shomron -Samaria.  It empties into the Mediterranean Sea in Park Nahal ...

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Aramaic in Israel

Maronite Bible and Jerusalem Talmud

Meet Shadi Khalloul Did you know that there is a revival of Aramaic in Israel. It seems that Maronite Christians in Israel share a common Biblical heritage with Judaism and are ardent ...

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Netanya by Night *

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Photo: עיריית נתניה

Netanya Tourism Netanya is located on the Mediterranean Coastal Plain, and is the popular Mediterranean tourist resort in central Israel with long beaches and numerous hotels. Netanya offers 12km of the widest, cleanest ...

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