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Beit She’an
Beit She’an, a tourist gem

The city of Beit She’an offers many surprises for visitors.

By MEITAL SHARABI
14/06/2018
Right: Hadas Goldberg Keidar holding the clay lamp she found. Left:  A close up of the 2,200 year ol
Mother and daughter discover clay lamp from Hellenistic period

Second century BCE relic dates to Judah Maccabee’s battles against ruler of Antiochus.

Weitzman Boutique Winery
Travel: Gilboa in the summer

What to do in the Beit She'an Valley locale of Emek Hama'ayanot.

By MEITAL SHARABI
08/09/2016
Ein Tina
Take A Dip: Pools to cool you down on a hot summer day

A number of natural pools and water hikes await around Israel.

By MEITAL SHARABI
25/08/2016
ancient statuette
Boy, 7, finds 3,400-year-old statuette during trip, hands over to Antiquities Authority

Israel Antiquities Authority praises child, presents him with certificate of appreciation for good citizenship.

Tnuva
Court orders state to provide updates on Tnuva abuse probe

Animal rights groups demand more transparency, regulations for handling slaughterhouse calves.

Israel police car
Police: Beit She'an man kills wife, attempts suicide

36-year-old allegedly stabs wife to death while two of their kids are at home; police prevent him from self-immolating.

By JPOST.COM STAFF
27/08/2012
Beit Shean
Missing US tourist found dead in Beit She'an

Police say there are no signs of violence on Herman Kuehn's body, will soon perform an autopsy to determine cause of death.

29/05/2012
Wall and Tower settlement
Off the Beaten Track: Walls and towers

Shavuot is certainly around the corner and it's nowhere more evident than in the North.

By JOE YUDIN
17/05/2012
Photo of Kiryat Gat
The ramifications of freedom

When 4 Jews, 3 of them children, are gunned down in front of a French Jewish school, it begs the question: what is freedom?

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