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Audio: Ramat Rachel-Y.Gadot; Rabbi Who Made Aliya; Tour w/Est. Jungreis

Ramat Rachel is home to a kibbutz with fields, to a hotel- and to an enigmatic site whose unique finds
6/16/2010, 11:02 PM

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Ramat Rachel is home to a kibbutz with fields, to a hotel - and to an enigmatic site whose unique finds and inscriptions pose a puzzle - who built it, why, and how did it last for hundreds of years. Dr. Yuval Gadot of Tel Aviv University's Archaeological Institute, explains the three major periods uncovered, how resurrecting Yohanan Aharoni's work of 50 years ago informs this dig; what he and Prof. Oded Lipschits hope to find this summer; the dig's last season - and what he will dig next! 
See the dig website, visit the http://www.ramatrachel.co.il/ hotel and excavation. Volunteer for the last two weeks of August, write Mr. Sergey, omertelaviv@gmail.com.
Community rabbi makes aliya and creates educational programs and tours to guide others - what a pacesetter! Rabbi Zev M. Shandalov, former rabbi of Kehilath Jacob Beth Samuel (KJBS) in Chicago, now works with Tlalim to bring groups to Israel. The rabbi describes the structure and the impact a visit to Israel offers you, when well designed. Reach him at zev@tlalimgroup.com.
Barnea had the opportunity to meet and guide a Hineni International group with Rebbetsin Esther Jungreis - legendary and pioneering Jewish educator, survivor of Bergen Belsen, and a light to many thousands of people. You will get a taste of a different way to view Israel.  
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For more information on Foundation Stone tours and seminars, excavation programs, and overseas programs for your community and schools, contact us at 972-2 930-9026 or info@foundationstone.org. Please visitwww.foundationstone.org.

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