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November 29, 2015 / 17 Kislev, 5776
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The Overflowing Banias

Banias River

Banias River
Photo Credit: Mendy Hechtman/Flash 90

Located in the Golan Height, at the foot of the Hermon mountain, the Banias river can be seen overflowing from last Thursday’s massive rainstorm.

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5 Responses to “The Overflowing Banias”

  1. I want swimming there Lol

  2. I hear a sound of an abundance of rain!

  3. Well from my memory if a long long hot quite hot hike through flora and fawna with much of it sticking to and into you this couldn’t hurt making the cooling pool much easier to find and enjoy!

  4. Andy Brown says:

    Next sound, the trumpet call! Israel is blooming like a fig tree in summer. We go home soon. Maranatha.

  5. I want to move to Israel like tomorrow, such a beautiful land

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