Ever hear the story about David and Goliath? Wanna visit the site where it happened?
To paraphrase the Beatles, " Come to GEZER, Right now..."
Go to Maale Adumim to get the flavor of Israel-and a bit of Venice, Italy in the process
Hazor, one of the premier archeological sites in Israel, is the site to some of the most epic events of the Bible
A city with something for absolutely everyone--
Tel (Hebrew for Archeological mound) Beit Shemesh is literally across the street from the outskirts of the modern city.
“G-d caused rain of sulfur and fire to fall on Sodom and on Gomorrah…(Lot’s) wife looked behind her and was turned into a pillar of salt (Genesis 19:24-26)”
“G-d spoke to Joshua saying…Prepare for yourselves the cities of refuge, about which I spoke to you through Moses, where a killer may flee – one who kills a person through carelessness, unintentionally…They designated Kedesh in the Galilee in the mountains of Naphtali (Joshua 20: 1-7)”
Today, we will visit an important example of a site mentioned in Tanach (Bible), where G-d saved the Jewish people through an open miracle.
Come visit the prophesied site of the "End of Dayss' beforehand-less traffic; better parking
The Synagogue from Roman/Byzantine times was only discovered in 1965, when workers of nearby Kibbutz Ein Gedi were plowing the field and found a well preserved Mosaic floor.
Tel el Ful, rarely sees visitors but this unique treasure is our next stop.
Migdal (along with the entire western coast of the Sea of Galilee) was given to the tribe of Naphtali.
Many of last year’s incredible finds revolutionized our understanding of Israel’s rich past (including the Biblical era).
Beautiful day to get out and see the unique sites of Israel!
Journey in Jerusalem
Go out and see Israel (OK, when it stops raining) Happy Tu B'Shvat!
Experience the wonders of Beit Shean!
Where it begins...
Today the site flourishes, with a full time Kollel (Talmudic Academy for Torah studies), a synagogue and even a hospitality corner with hot drinks and snacks!
Walking the Walk in the path of our fathers...
Today we are visiting one of my favorite sites: Qasr El Yehud (Arabic for break through point of the Jews) on the Jordan River, by far the most mentioned body of water in the bible (181 times). According to tradition, this is the exact spot where Joshua and the Children of Israel entered the holy land.
Wishing you all a Happy Hanuka. If you are lucky enought to be in Israel, enjoy the beautiful weather and-get out and tour ISRAEL!
“Then Joshua built an altar to the Lord God of Israel on Mount Ebal (Joshua 8:30)”
Today, let's visit two special biblical sites in the Judean Desert, as stunning as they are historic. The first is the town of Anatot (Anathoth) and the second is Ein Prat, a desert oasis...
5 INCREDIBLE Animals, Still Found in Israel’s Wild!
5 INCREDIBLE animals which once roamed Israel-Lions, Tigers and Bears-OH, MY!