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Doron Kornbluth

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Doron Kornbluth is a bestselling author of Why Be Jewish?, Raising Kids to LOVE Being Jewish, and the newly released Cremation or Burial? A Jewish View (all by Mosaica Press). A renowned international lecturer, Doron speaks in over 50 cities a year to all types of audiences, on many subjects. Doron is also an inspirational licensed Israeli Tour Guide who offers fascinating and inspirational tours to individuals, families and groups. For more information, visit his website or click here to purchase his latest book.
This ancient fortress and present-day museum of the history of Jerusalem sits on ruins of a wall from the times of King Hezekiah from over twenty-five hundred years ago.
In the Second Temple period, Akko emerged as one of the largest cities in the country.
The most famous part of the City of David is Hezekiah’s water tunnel, built over 2,500 years ago.
The most famous find on Tel Megiddo is the Great Temple, which was used by society after society, century after century…
Tzfat’s most famous period was in the sixteenth century, when many great rabbis came to live in Tzfat.
When the Romans began their onslaught in 67 CE, thousands of refugees flocked to Gamla
Often called the “snowy mountain” or the “gray-haired mountain,” in Israel the Hermon is known as “the eyes of the nation” because its peak of 2,236 m (7,336 ft) is the country’s highest.
Be’er Sheva’s Jewish history is almost as old as Jewish history itself. Abraham and Abimelech sealed an oath here, as recorded in the Book of Genesis.
In Jerusalem, King Herod needed to be (somewhat) sensitive to traditional Jewish sensibilities. Not so in the (largely non-Jewish) coastal area.
The main street of Jerusalem — Jaffa Road — was named after this “little port town” on the Mediterranean coast!
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