In further evidence of Palestinian agricultural terrorism, approximately 200 cherry trees and vines in a kibbutz near Gush Etzion were destroyed earlier this week.
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Psalm 150: Praise God in His Sanctuary Praise Him in the Heavens of His power Praise Him for his mighty acts Praise Him for His abundant greatness Praise Him with the blast of a shofar Praise Him with lyre and harp Praise Him with Drum and Dance Praise Him with organ and flute Praise Him… Read more »
“Forests, like the nation of Israel, are made up of many trees,” said Chaim Silberstein, Amiad’s grandfather. “A beautiful sapling, prematurely born to my daughter and son-in-law, was brutally murdered and deprived of the opportunity to grow and flourish,” Silberstein continued. “Although Amiad Yisrael did not merit to become a tall and proud tree in the nation of Israel, planting a forest in his memory will both help to perpetuate the memory of his short but meaningful life, as well as plant hope.”
Archaeologists set out to stop looters from stealing prized religious relics. In a new exhibit entitled ‘Finds Gone Astray,’ The Bible Lands Museum in Jerusalem is showcasing items captured from antiquities looters in the West Bank — telling the story of the artifacts all the way until their recapturing.