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CoExistence in Israel: Gravel Biking from Latru...
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Whether you stay in Jerusalem or in Tel-Aviv this is a unique opportunity to explore the heart of Israel, between Jerusalem and Tel-Aviv on a professional-grade mountain bikes. And be exposed to recent history and current coexistence between Arabs and Jews in Neve Shalom.   The route is mostly Gravel Roads and has some elevation, not too bad. We will start at the Latrun Monastery, and ride towards Mesilat Zion, through what was called in the Israeli independence war (1948 war), the "Israeli Burma Road", allowing supply to Surrounded Jerusalem.  Then Via Eshta'ol to Mizpe Harel (Harel Viewpoint) - where the whole area of ayalon valley is visible.   Neve Shalom is our next stop where we can have a friendly conversation with one of the locals who are living coexistence practically.  Lunch can be held in Neve Shalom or in the Bedouin tent in Mizpe Harel.

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1967 in Israel
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1967 in Israel ab 18.99 € als Taschenbuch: Six-Day War United Nations Security Council Resolution 242 Latrun Origins of the Six-Day War Controversies relating to the Six-Day War Palestinian fedayeen Battle of Abu-Ageila Rogers Plan Operation Focus Tomb of Samuel. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Taschenbücher, Geist & Wissen,

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Emmaus Nicopolis
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! Emmaus Nicopolis was the Roman name for a city associated with the Emmaus of the New Testament, where Jesus is said to have appeared after his death and resurrection. In the modern age, the site was associated with the Palestinian Arab village of Imwas, which was located at the Latrun junction, between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv before its depopulation and destruction in 1967. Emmaus Nicopolis was the name of the city from the 3rd century CE until the conquest of Palestine by the forces of the Rashidun Caliphate in 639. The site today is located in modern day Israel inside Canada Park.

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Battles of Latrun
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Battles of Latrun. Latrun, 1947 1948 Civil War in Mandatory Palestine, 1948 Arab Israeli War, 1948 Palestinian exodus, Israel Defense Forces, Six-Day War, Exodus from Lydda and Ramla, Mickey Marcus

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Highway 44 (Israel)
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Highway 44 is a highway in central Israel. It connects Tel Aviv-Yafo to Ramla, Lod and the Shefela. It begins in Tel Aviv in the north and ends at Nachshon and Shimshon junction near Beit Shemesh in the south. This road operated for many years before Highway 1 was built as the main route from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. Even today, it serves as one of the main routes to Latrun and from there to Sha'ar HaGai. Even though many people believe it is an east-west road, it really is a north-south road. The mistake derives from the fact that Highway 44 intersects with many north-south roads, including the Ayalon Highway, Highway 4, and Route 412.

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No Mission Is Impossible: The Death-Defying Mis...
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A riveting follow-up to Michael Bar-Zohar and Nissim Mishal's account of the most memorable missions of the Mossad, No Mission is Impossible sheds light on some of the most harrowing, nail-biting operations of the Israeli Special forces Mossad: The Greatest Missions of the Israeli Secret Service brought to life the gripping, legendary missions of Israeli's national intelligence force like never before, capturing the danger of the operations and the bravery of the operatives who risked everything to complete their assignments. Now, in No Mission Is Impossible, Michael Bar-Zohar and Nissim Mishal return with the intensely absorbing, fast-paced story of thirty of the boldest missions of the Israeli Special Forces. Bar-Zohar and Mishal depict in electrifying detail major battles, raids in enemy territory, and death-defying commando missions while also sharing the personal stories of both soldiers and top commanders, revealing their hopes and fears. The stories are often of victories, but sometimes also of immense failures, and run side-by-side with the accounts of the lives and accomplishments of some of Israel's most prominent figures, including Moshe Dayan, Ariel Sharon, the brothers Netanyahu, Ehud Barak, and Avigdor Kahalani. We follow Sharon, from his near death at the battle of Latrun in 1948, to his crossing Suez in 1973; we are with Ehud Barak, dressed in women's clothes, when he commands a daring raid in Beirut in 1973, and then when he is elected Prime Minister in 1999. Besides recounting the mesmerizing, high-stakes missions, No Mission Is Impossible includes an interview in each chapter with a major figure who took part in the mission discussed, including some of the most prominent players in Israeli politics, and stunning photographs, many published for the first time. Captivating and eye-opening, No Mission Is Impossible is essential reading for anyone interested in understanding how these crucial missions shaped Israel, and the world at large.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 10.08.2020
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No Mission Is Impossible: The Death-Defying Mis...
29,99 € *
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A riveting follow-up to Michael Bar-Zohar and Nissim Mishal's account of the most memorable missions of the Mossad, No Mission is Impossible sheds light on some of the most harrowing, nail-biting operations of the Israeli Special forces Mossad: The Greatest Missions of the Israeli Secret Service brought to life the gripping, legendary missions of Israeli's national intelligence force like never before, capturing the danger of the operations and the bravery of the operatives who risked everything to complete their assignments. Now, in No Mission Is Impossible, Michael Bar-Zohar and Nissim Mishal return with the intensely absorbing, fast-paced story of thirty of the boldest missions of the Israeli Special Forces. Bar-Zohar and Mishal depict in electrifying detail major battles, raids in enemy territory, and death-defying commando missions while also sharing the personal stories of both soldiers and top commanders, revealing their hopes and fears. The stories are often of victories, but sometimes also of immense failures, and run side-by-side with the accounts of the lives and accomplishments of some of Israel's most prominent figures, including Moshe Dayan, Ariel Sharon, the brothers Netanyahu, Ehud Barak, and Avigdor Kahalani. We follow Sharon, from his near death at the battle of Latrun in 1948, to his crossing Suez in 1973; we are with Ehud Barak, dressed in women's clothes, when he commands a daring raid in Beirut in 1973, and then when he is elected Prime Minister in 1999. Besides recounting the mesmerizing, high-stakes missions, No Mission Is Impossible includes an interview in each chapter with a major figure who took part in the mission discussed, including some of the most prominent players in Israeli politics, and stunning photographs, many published for the first time. Captivating and eye-opening, No Mission Is Impossible is essential reading for anyone interested in understanding how these crucial missions shaped Israel, and the world at large.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 10.08.2020
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