Latest update: June 29th, 2013
And today, Gamla and the Golan are back where they belong. No longer forlorn, an orphan occupied by conquerors. Today there are dozens of modern Jewish towns in the Golan, and throngs of visitors visit Gamla.
No wonder, the residents of the Golan Heights chose to list the names of her sons who fell in the modern wars of Israel on a perch over looking Gamla.
Each village and town today has its name engraved in the stones overlooking Gamla. And in bold letters the words GAMLA SHALL FALL NO MORESholom Pollack
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