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The first of many videos showcasing beautiful northern Israel. The Banias Waterfall is a part of the Banias Nature Reserve and one of 2 attractions at the foot of Mount Hermon. The Banias Waterfall is the largest waterfall in Israel. The water is fed from the Hermon Stream at the top of Mount Hermon and

The Sifting Project

The Temple Mount Sifting Project began in 1999 when the Northern Branch of the Islamic Movement conducted illegal renovations on the Temple Mount and disposed of over 9,000 tons of dirt mixed with invaluable archaeological artifacts. Though Israeli antiquities law requires a salvage excavation before construction at archaeological sites, this illegal bulldozing destroyed innumerable artifacts:

Pool of Arches - Ep. 34

  The Pool of Arches in Ramla, Israel is one of my favorite hidden experiences in the central part of Israel. The Pool of Arches has survived for 1,200 years since its construction, and also the enormous damage caused by heavy earthquakes which destroyed large parts of the town of Ramla. The pool was built

Givat HaTitora

Givat HaTitora has been used continuously for 6000 years. Starting from the Chalcolithic period, and continued in the Bronze, Iron, Persian, Hellenistic (including the Hasmonean), Roman, Byzantine, Early Islamic, Crusader, Ayyubid, Mamluk and Ottoman periods.

The Defenders' Forest
Explore The Modiin Area

Over the last year, I have explored these off-the-beaten-track areas. Some of my favorite areas to explore are around the centrally located Modiin. I have created an ever-growing video playlist on YouTube of these adventures so you can watch and plan your adventures in advance.