Khirbet Qeiyafa

On a tiny hilltop in the middle of the Elah Valley, near the city of Beit Shemesh, an ancient city was uncovered, with features and details that seem to match the biblical account of the region. Whether this discovery provides physical evidence of the existence of a Davidic stronghold in the Elah Valley is the... Read more »

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Eilat

Located at the northern tip of the Red Sea, Eilat, Israel's southernmost city, is a first-class tourist destination.

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Nahalat Shiva

The third small neighborhood built outside the walls of the Old City of Jerusalem was called Nahalat Shiva (meaning the inheritance of the seven), named because seven families originally got together and decided to buy property and build a neighborhood there.

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King David's Tomb

King David's Tomb may or may not contain the remains of the great Jewish monarch, but the site was nevertheless made holy by the prayers and tears Jews who have visited for hundreds of years.

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