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Rare burial complex may throw new light on life in Tiberias in the Roman period, 2,000 years ago.
And so, Israel once again claims the role of the world's Desali-Nation, utilizing a process that extracts mineral components from saline water.
The plan will include the expansion of pipelines for use in agriculture, and is intended to help Israel to rehabilitate dried-up rivers.
"The government is trying to find water in other places. But the quality of the water will be very poor. So for now, the vegetables are fine, but the earth is losing its minerals and soil structure."
More to the point, 91 percent of the tourists who came, ranked their visit to the Jewish State as “very good,” or “excellent.”
Readers who need an infusion of faith are invited to hop a plane and head for the Western Wall.
Halfway through the funeral proceedings, Arab protesters suddenly raised their hands high with a Palestinian Authority flag.
The famous Battle of Karney Hittin that was fought on July 4, 1187, resulting in the defeat of the Crusader Kingdom by Saladin's army, was a direct outcome of the events in Tiberias.
Last year more than 250,000 tourists flocked to the beaches along the shores of the lake on the Passover holiday.
The winter weather hasn't yet let up in Israel, with snow in the north and rain in the central and southern regions.
Surprisingly, the theater appears to have formed part of a large sanctuary, played an important role in religious ceremonies.
A winter wonderland in the Golan Heights and rainy weather in the rest of Israel is a blessing that will help fill Lake Kinneret with much-needed water.
Israeli farmers upriver from the Kinneret have been refused an increase of 11 billion gallons annually, precisely the amount Jordan continues to siphon from the lake for its own agriculture.
Jordan, which hasn't made an investment in water preservation, will continue to receive more than a billion and a half cubic feet of water every year.
Lake Kinneret is a little ‘under the weather’ these days, according to Israel's Water Authority.
The surprising discovery supports the belief there used to be a Jewish settlement in the Kursi Beach National Park.
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