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Samaria – Shomron *

Roman Theater in Sebastia
Jordanian archaeologists had also restored the Roman theater near the town
Photo: Archipeleg

Samaria – Shomron is both a historical region and also the capital of the Kingdom of Israel. The ruins comprise remains of six successive cultures dating back more than 10,000 years: Canaanite, Israelite, Hellenistic, Herodian, Romanand Byzantine. Samaria – Historical ...

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Israel Air Force *

The F-35I Adir (accompanied by a Negev Squadron F-16I Sufa) with the Israeli Air Force, December 2016
Photo:Israel Air Force

The Israeli Air Force is universally recognized to be among the world’s most powerful aerial fighting forces. One third of the IDF’s manpower is in the IAF. IAF’s elite flight academy ...

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Gezer, a Biblical City *

הבמה הגזרית. האבנים נמצאו הפוכות, וחלקן קבורות, בחפירות מקאליסטר. גובה חלקן עולה על 3 מטרים.
Photo: Ori~

Gezer, a Biblical City Gezer was a significant Caananite city during the Bronze Age and Israelite city during the Iron Age. The city is mentioned in the Merneptah Stele, dating from the end of the 13th century BCE.  Gezer ...

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Tower of Babel *

The Tower of Babel by Pieter Bruegel the Elder (1563)

Some Biblical scholars claim that a remarkable stone tablet never before shown on film appears to settle that the Tower of Babel really existed. There may be no doubt that Nebuchadnezzar ...

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Rise Above Lebanon by Drone *

Sidon New City
Photo: Heretiq

Many of you reading this blog post in IsraelandYou will never be able to visit the country called “Lebanon”. Today we can only visit Lebanon by Drone. Let’s pretend we ...

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Jerash Jordan *

The Oval forum and the Cardo maximus of Jerash seen from the South theater, Jordan
Photo: Fabio Knoll

Jerash is considered one of the largest and most well-preserved sites of Roman architecture in the world outside Italy. Jerash is now the second-most popular tourist attraction in Jordan, closely ...

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Aggression and Self-Preservation *

The Irish Republican Brotherhood was one of the earliest organizations to use modern terrorist tactics. Pictured, "The Fenian Guy Fawkes" by John Tenniel (1867)

Aggression and Self-Preservation Aggression and Self-Preservation: Aggression can have benefits or negative effects. Aggressive behavior is an individual or collective social interaction that is a hostile behavior with the intention of ...

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