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Gilgal Rephaim = Shang Di (Shaddai) worship from Bereshit/Genesis 1-11

When G-d confused the language of the world (Bereshyt 11, some of the sons of Shem moved East and founded Shinar. They carried with them much of the traditions

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Tips at a Kibbutz

Q: We will be staying at a kibbutz that has tourist accommodation. It is included as part of our tour. Should we tip, and how much? A: Great question.

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My Israeli Models and Actresses page

This is my Israeli models and actresses page. I know it doesn’t have much to do with traveling to Israel, but I thought you might enjoy it anyway…

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Friends looking for a Jewish wife

I am the wife of a Jewish and American Missionary to the blind. My husband is Jewish and is on the radio in 5 countries. Our Evangelist wants his chance

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Gilgal Rephaim in the Golan

Gilgal Rephaim, or Rujum-el-Hiri, is an ancient and mysterious stone monument in the Golan Heights, Israel. It is sometimes referred to as the Israeli Stonehenge.

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Caesarea History: 2000 Years and Counting

Caesarea history begins with a small Phoenician village, transitions to the most majestic Roman city in the Middle East, and then continues for 2,000 years through a plethora of conquests.

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Shuk Hacarmel (The Carmel Market) & Nahalat Binyamin

Shuk Hacarmel is a great open-air market in Tel Aviv. Learn more about it and the nearby Nahalat Binyamin artist's market on this page.

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Our Travel Tel Aviv Guide

Travel Tel Aviv and experience one of the most exciting cities in the world. Find info here on the best places to visit, beaches, shopping, nightlife and entertainment.

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Weather in Tel Aviv year round – climate & weather conditions in Tel Aviv-Jaffa

The weather in Tel Aviv is not just hot and humid. This page will give you a general overview by season on the year round Tel Aviv weather conditions.

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Makhtesh Ramon - The Ramon Crater in the Israeli Negev Desert

Makhtesh Ramon, or the Ramon Crater, is a beautiful site in the Israeli desert. It is a huge geological “hole” that actually was not caused by a meteor.

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Why Similar Structures in the British Isles?

This area of Golan would have been part of the Northern Kingdom of Israel after separation from the Jews. One will find these henges wherever Israel traveled.

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Transport in Tel Aviv

Looking for transport in Tel Aviv? Don't worry, the city has plenty of cars, taxis, bicycles and more.

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How Much Fun & Cost of a Trip

Q: How much fun is it and how much does it cost to go there? A: Israel is a lot of fun. As you can see on this website, there is so much to see in the

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How Much Fun & Cost of a Trip"

I'm in Love With a Jewish Girl

I'm 35 she's 20, we're both half Arab, she's half Israeli, I'm half Anglo white, she's Jewish, I'm Christian. She grew up in New York, me in South and

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Gilgal is similar in shape to the Chakravyuha of India

One intriguing aspect of this rock formation is its similarity to other formations found in southwest American Indian rock petroglyphs and Indian mythology

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