Who Were the Samaritans? Do They Still Exist Today?

It is not every day you meet a Samaritan high priest! Yet, that's on the agenda this afternoon! We'll see a good bit of Samaria today, including a visit to a key Samaritan village. Mt Gerizim and Mt Ebal (the mounts of blessing and evil) are seen in the distance. So, "turn your ears on" …

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The Biblical Heartland: Is it Samaria or the West Bank?

Everybody up and on the bus! If we were physically in Israel, it would be a safe bet that most of you woke up in the middle of the night, wondering what time it was (and perhaps "where I am?") But as the day dawned, your senses are now engaged and the excitement becomes overwhelming! …

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Who Wins and Who Loses when Ben and Jerry’s Boycotts Judea and Samaria (West Bank)?

If you haven't heard, Ben and Jerry's Ice Cream is pulling out of "Occupied Palestinian Territory." In reality, it is a deeply anti-Semitic stance taken by the American ice cream giant. The alleged intent is to boycott Israeli territories as a show of solidarity and support for the Palestinians. But who really pays the price? …

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Bridges of Peace Between Jewish and Arab Pastors Following Gaza Conflict

One of the most astounding things we do on our EXPERIENCE ISRAEL TOURS, is visit the area of Judea and Samaria, also known as the West Bank. There, to most everyone's surprise, we find Jews and Arabs living and working peacefully side-by-side! We even seek out factories and other places of business that will allow …

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