The northern front

Israel’s border communities remain quiet and confident despite the looming threat of war.

By JOHN T. HUDDY/THE MEDIA LINE
February 21, 2018 19:38
A RAINBOW stretches over Kibbutz Misgav Am in the Upper Galilee

A RAINBOW stretches over Kibbutz Misgav Am in the Upper Galilee. (photo credit: JOHN T. HUDDY/THE MEDIA LINE)

 
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Perched atop the Naftali Mountain Range in northern Israel, Kibbutz Misgav Am has a stunning view of the Upper Galilee. On a recent rainy afternoon, a rainbow stretched over the tapestry of colors in the valley below. A serene picture during a tense time.

Misgav Am sits on the Blue Line – the demarcation between Lebanon and Israel. At its nearest point, Lebanon is within a few meters of the Israeli border, close enough to toss a rock across.

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