The Belgian Building in The Orient Fair / Levant Fair in Tel Aviv Port , Zahi Shaked A tour guide in Israel and his camera firstname.lastname@example.org 9726905522 tel 0546905522 My name is Zahi Shake… By: Zahi Shaked. Israeli tour guide
February 17, 2014 Tags: and-his, belgian, belgian-building, camera-zahigo25, generated, Israel, levant-, levant-fair, orient, orient-fair, shaked, shaked-israeli, walla-com-9726905522 Posted in: Tel Aviv Comments Closed
TEL AVIV, Israel, Feb. 3 (UPI) — Israel archaeologists say they’ve been able to pinpoint the moment when domesticated camels arrived in the southern Levant region of the eastern Mediterranean. While camels appear as pack animals in the biblical stories of Abraham, Joseph, and Jacob, archaeologists at Tel Aviv University say carbon dating shows camels were not domesticated in Israel until centuries later. In addition to challenging the Bible’s historicity, this anachronism is direct proof that the text was compiled well after the events it describes, said Erez Ben-Yosef and Lidar Sapir-Hen of the university’s Department of Archaeology and Near Eastern Cultures. “The introduction of the camel to our region was a very important economic and social development,” Ben-Yosef said. “By analyzing archaeological evidence from the copper production sites of the Aravah Valley, we were able to estimate the date of this event in terms of decades rather than centuries.” To determine exactly when domesticated camels appeared in the southern Levant, where Israel is located, the researchers used radiocarbon dating and other techniques to analyze the oldest knows domesticated camel bones from several sites in the valley. Camel bones were found almost exclusively in archaeological layers dating from the last third of the 10th century B.C. or later, centuries after the age of the patriarchs, they said. The origin of the domesticated camel is probably the Arabian Peninsula, which borders the Aravah Valley and would have been a logical entry point for domesticated camels into the southern Levant, the researchers said. Able to travel over much longer distances than the donkeys and mules that preceded them, the domesticated camels opened Israel up to the world beyond the vast deserts, they said, profoundly altering its economic and social history.
Al-Qaeda imposes hardline Sharia law in Syria: music and smoking banned in Islamist-controlled areas – Video
Al-Qaeda imposes hardline Sharia law in Syria: music and smoking banned in Islamist-controlled areas An al-Qaeda-linked militant group, the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) has imposed a ban on personal freedoms in the province of Raqqa, as the gr… By: JewishNewsOne
January 21, 2014 Tags: a-imposes-hardline, and-the, generated, imposes-hardline, islamic-state, islamist-controlled, levant-, militant-group, music-and, personal-freedoms, smoking-banned, Syria, the-gr-, the-province- Posted in: Libya Comments Closed
Ezra Levant: islamic terrorism persists Ezra Levant discusses the willful blindness of the politically correct to the realities of islamic terrorism. By: AlohaSnackbar01
September 26, 2013 Tags: discusses-the, discusses-the-willful, generated, levant-, politically, realities, the-politically, the-realities, willful, willful-blindness Posted in: Terrorism Comments Closed
UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – Weapons are spreading from Libya at an “alarming rate,” fueling conflicts in Mali, Syria and elsewhere and boosting the arsenals of extremists and criminals in the region, according to a U.N. report published on Tuesday
By Michelle Nichols UNITED NATIONS (Reuters) – Weapons are spreading from Libya at an “alarming rate,” fueling conflicts in Mali, Syria and elsewhere and boosting the arsenals of extremists and criminals in the region, according to a U.N. report published on Tuesday. The report by the U.N
Israel has begun receiving gas from a large off-shore reservoir, four years after drilling initially started. The project is designed to reduce the countrys energy dependence and boost the economy
This Land Is Mine God told me that♪♪♪♪ It tells the story of the wars in the land called Israel /Palestine/Canaan/the Levant, since the cavemen until today, all so musical and poetic.تحياتالاملالجديد Thank you for watching Newhope190 By: Newhope190
February 2, 2013 Tags: cavemen-until, generated, Israel, land, levant-, musical-and, since-the-cavemen, story, tells-the, tells-the-story, the-land, the-wars, you-for Posted in: Palestine Comments Closed
11/20 Pauline anaphora Timeline Update, Eph 1:3-14 Continued from 10/20, God the Master Accountant: video ends with year 5257 From Adam's Fall (aka 1144AD), showing how Paul adds the extra seven due to the Lord dying seven years EARLY, to balance time back to Adam. The three-year problem becomes obvious, and might actually reflect a true three year variance in the BIBLE that God wants to stress.
Ashkenazi Jews not Khazars The Khazar Myth Exposed.
This Land is Mine Link Back- www.youtube.com Please like, share, comment…, subscribe only if you love liberty. “An Empire Overrun by Tyranny is where Truth becomes a LIE” It tells the story of the wars in the land called Israel/Palestine/Canaan/the Levant, since the cavemen until today, all so musical and poetic.
November 27, 2012 Tags: a-video-from, appear-the-text, constitutes, for-educational, foreign-policy, leading-voice, levant-, made-available, message, military, video Posted in: Palestine Comments Closed
Iranian Nuclearization: Implications for US National Security and Middle East Stability Colin Kahl is an associate professor at Georgetown University where he teaches courses on international relations, international security, the geopolitics of the Middle East, American foreign policy, and civil and ethnic conflict. Current research projects include a study of the evolution of US counterinsurgency practices in Iraq and a separate study on the emerging US regional security architecture to counter Iran. He has published articles on US policy and military conduct in the Middle East, and has published several reports.
The discovery of potential oil reserves of 232 million barrels plus another natural gas field off the coast couldn’t have come at a better time for Israel. Published: March. 15, 2012 at 3:40 PM TEL AVIV, Israel, March 15 (UPI) — The discovery of potential oil reserves of 232 million barrels, plus another natural gas field off Israel’s coast couldn’t have come at a better time for the Jewish state as Egypt’s Islamist-dominated parliament calls for cutting off gas exports to its eastern neighbor
March 15, 2012 Tags: a-better-time-, cutting-off-gas, cyprus, Egypt, fields, globes, greece, Jewish, levant-, levant-basin, modlin-energy, natural, noble-energy, turkey, yitzhak-tshuva Posted in: Israel Comments Closed
Two NGOs, one Israeli and one international, support the view of Israeli officials that the texts promote hatred of Israel .
The Levant Basic Province is one of the largest deposits of natural gas in the world. While Israel hopes to be the main beneficiary of this bonanza, maritime borders are disputed by Lebanon, and Turkish-controlled North ..
October 11, 2011 Tags: are-disputed, bonanza, largest, lebanon-, levant-, levant-basic, main, maritime-borders, natural-gas, province, the-largest, the-main, the-world, turkish-controlled, world Posted in: Israel Comments Closed
Michael Coren on Zionism …
Israel lies near the path of the left-lateral strike slip Levant Fault system which runs through Lebanon and Jordan.
scaramouche – (2:47 PM).
Newspapers in the Levant also were commenting that “Islamism is growing in Syria , whether at the grassroots level of Damascene society or in the provinces of northern Syria .” One prescient Syrian publisher noted that the Islamists “are …
April 11, 2011 Tags: also-were, are-, damascene, grassroots, islamists, levant-, noted, provinces, publisher-noted, syrian, the-grassroots, the-provinces, whether-at-the Posted in: Syria Comments Closed
His implicit contract with Iran is that his party be prepared to protect and advance Tehran’s interests in the Levant, to the extent that Hezbollah would retaliate against Israel if the Israelis were to bombard Iranian nuclear …
18th century anti-semitism in Palestine – and Italy. Giovanni Mariti wrote “Travels through Cyprus, Syria, and Palestine ; with a general history of the Levant” in the late 18th century, and it was translated into English in 1792. …
Today, I believe, after much introspection, that preserving Jewish communities in the West Bank is vital to Jewish sovereignty and security in the Levant. I’m posting this letter here for myself, as much as for you, the reader. …
As a full Palestine moon rode one evening last week over Tel Aviv, exclusively Jewish city, the Hebrew Sabbath ended and thousands of Jews began to move toward the Levant Fair Grounds. There they packed the Italian Pavilion to capacity …
I think it would make better sense to ask the Christians if it is worth it to slander the Jews . That behavior is not stopping the Christian exodus from the Levant
October 1, 2010 Tags: ask-the, better-sense, exodus-from, for-human, from-the-levant, levant-, levant-perhaps, not-stopping, perhaps-if-the, rights-for, slander-the, the- Posted in: Christian Comments Closed
Soros – who appears in the right hand column of that entry as a “Hungarian American” and an “atheist” – is a Hungarian Jew who, when 14 at the height of the Holocaust , was, well… no Anne Frank.
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