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Learn about the connection between Gush Etzion, Israel’s War of Independence, the liberation of Jerusalem, and Jerusalem’s current security interest in this region.
We will examine alternatives regarding realistic solutions to complex land issues. We will meet terror victims from local communities and visit Arab families living at the foot of Herodion.
“My experience was surreal and great. The beauty of the area and the possibility of peace if our minds are positively applied to it. Mr. Bedein does his things after careful strategic thought and plan”.
|Ramat Rachel Observation Post – Southern Jerusalem||8:30-9:15||The strategic security connection of Southern Jerusalem with desert frontier|
|Shdema: Deserted IDF Military Base||9:30 – 10:30||Situated on a strategic hill overlooking the road between Jerusalem and Gush Etzion|
|Herodion||10:45 – 11:45||King Herod’s summer palace and final resting place, the highest fortress in the Judean desert. Overlooks Jerusalem, the Judean Desert, Mountains of Moab to the East and Judean Mountains to the South. 360 degree observation point at the top of Herodion|
|Lunch||12:00 – 1:00||At one of Herodion’s community, lecture and open discussion with security officer of the community of Nokdim|
|Kfar Etzion Observation Point||1:30 – 2:30||Sound and light show on the war of independence and the liberation of Jerusalem|
|The Eitam Agricultural Hill In Efrat||3:00 – 4:00||A strategic hill situated between Eastern and Western Gush Etzion which overlooks Jerusalem and Bethlehem|
|Neve Daniel Observation Point||4:15 – 4:45||The highest hilltop in Judea and Jerusalem, overlooking central Israel|
|Return to Jerusalem||5:15|