A Unique Experience in Israel: Issa and Sushi

Hi friends! Among the many traditional sites to be seen in Israel, there are many other unique sites and experiences to be had! As you might expect, camels are a common site in Israel, and riding one against the backdrop of the Judean Wilderness is especially interesting when you meet Issa and his camel, Sushi! …

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Masada, En Gedi, Qumran and the Dead Sea

We left the beloved Galilee and headed south today, passing through the Jordan River Valley, running alongside Israel's border with Jordan. Passing Jericho, we continued south all the way to Herod's mountain fortress, Masada. A towering plateau, this was the sight of the Jews last stand, after the Romans drove them from Jerusalem in 70 …

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Finding the Dead Sea Scrolls

One of the most profound and important discoveries of all time was made by a teenage Bedouin shepherd in 1947. That discovery was the Dead Sea Scrolls, found in the caves of Qumran. What makes that discovery so special? God had preserved His Word for centuries until a time it became important to confirm the …

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Arab Israeli Speaks Out on Behalf of Israel

Arab Israeli Advocates for Israel While antisemitism continues to grow on American college campuses, more and more unlikely spokesmen are stepping up to defend Israel.  I recently read an interesting article about an Arab Israeli Bedouin touring US college campuses, doing just that!  I think you will enjoy it, too! Bedouin Soldier: You Don't Know …

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