At Nir David in the Beit Shean Valley, Zionist pioneers initiated the first of 51 tower and stockade operations, defying Arab terror and British opposition. Now you can see how they did it.
At a kibbutz alongside the Dead Sea, a botanical paradise flourishes, including species of Saint-Exupéry’s ‘upside-down tree’
In the 1970’s, when the third Jewish neighborhood outside the Old City was falling apart, the city decided to tear it down. Fortunately Jerusalemites resisted.
See where half of the Jordan’s waters originate, and where the writer’s husband guarded just before the 1967 war.
Shortly before the Six Day War, Shmuel was stationed at Tel Dan, which at the time was far too close to… Continue reading