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Ancient Shiloh

Shiloh Shiloh was an ancient city mentioned in the Bible. Its site is at modern Khirbet Seilun, south of ancient Tirzah.Tel Shiloh was the religious capital of Israel during the times of the ...

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Shechem

 History of Shechem The Hebrew name is probably derived from the word for “back” or “shoulder” – an apt description of Shechem’s location in the narrow valley between Mt. Gerizim ...

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Tel Facher

Prior to the Six Day War of 1967, Tel Facher was the strongest and most important Syrian base in the northern Golan Heights. For several decades, Syrian guns on Tel ...

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City of David

Ir David Ir David” or the “City of David”, is the actual location of the biblical city of Jerusalem captured by King David over 3,000 years ago.  The Ir David ...

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Faith in the Holy Land – Samaritans

samaritans

  This video takes you on a journey to the roots of monotheistic beliefs and portrays aspects of monotheism in the Holy Land in the twenty-first century. The Samaritans (Hebrew: שומרונים‎ Shomronim, Arabic: السامريون‎ as-Sāmariyyūn) are an ethno-religious group ...

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Samar

Kibbutz Samar – קיבוץ סמר Samar (Hebrew: סָמָר) is a kibbutz founded in 1976 in the Aravah valley in the far south of Israel located near Eilat. Samar is one of the few kibbutzim that continues to maintain a lifestyle consistent with ...

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Yitzhak Rabin Terminal

The Yitzhak Rabin Terminal, formerly known as the Arava Terminal, serves as a border crossing between Israel and Jordan for Israelis and foreign tourists, with the exception of residents of ...

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Shacharut

Han Shacharut Han Shacharut (Chan Shacharut) used to be a very nice retreat center, on the ridge overlooking the Arava Valley. You could stay in beduin style tents (pretty formidable ...

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Eilat Beaches

eilat beach

Eilat Beaches and Promenades Eilat’s premier attraction is its stretch of beach – the almighty Red Sea. As a resort city, Eilat prides itself on its vibe of freedom, indulgence ...

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Kibbutz Lotan

   The Center for Creative Ecology The Kibbutz Lotan Center for Creative Ecology (CfCE) is rooted in “Tikkun Olam” — the Jewish concept for repairing and transforming the world – ...

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