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Beit Jann *

Beit Jann (بيت جن‎ - בֵּיתּ גַ'ן‎) is a Druze village on Mount Meron in northern Israel. At 940 meters above sea level, Beit Jann is one of the highest inhabited locations in the country. Beit Jann has a cool climate, even in summer, and offers panoramic views that stretch as far as the Sea of Galilee and the Mediterranean on a clear day. The village is located inside the Mount Meron nature reserve.

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Maqam Abu Ibrahim

Maqam Abu Ibrahim – Druze Holy Place In the western part (the oldest part) of the Druze village of Daliat El-Carmel is Maqam Abu Ibrahim Shrine, a beautiful stone structure with a red dome. The ...

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Nabi Sabalan

This site is the second most holy site of the Druze in Israel. Some believe Sabalan is supposed to be Zebulun, the son of Jacob. Others believe He was one of the ...

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Peki’in

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Rabbi Shimon Bar Yochai (Rashbi) in Peki’in Rashbi, said to be the author of the mystical “Zohar”, hid in this cave in Peki’in with his son both buried up to ...

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Nabi Shouaib

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  Nabi Shouaib – Nabi Shu’ayb – شعيب – מתחם נבי שועייב Nabi Shu’aib (meaning “the Prophet Jethro”) is the name used in English to refer to a site in the village of Hittin not far from Tiberias, ...

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