I traveled through winding, narrow, mostly two-way roads in the rugged hills of Samaria to visit Talmon. Talmon was established in 1989 by a handful of families, committed to reviving and resettling a Jewish presence in the Biblical Heartland of Israel. Located more than an hour drive from the nearest city, Talmon has grown into a vibrant community, with 300 families, and its residents exemplify kindness and mutual responsibility.
The people of Talmon work hard to pass on these core values to the next generation, and the teens are following their parents’ lead, actively participating in volunteer projects and cultivating community spaces.
With God’s help, I will soon be able to take you to visit Talmon in person. Until then, join me on this virtual tour of the inspiring community of Talmon.
As I mentioned in my video, the people of Talmon are unified in their mission to strengthen Jewish continuity in the Biblical Heartland. It is not easy raising children in a relatively isolated community, especially without meeting facilities and recreation opportunities. Talmon is eager to provide its young residents with the facilities they need most – an indoor activity center for children and their parents, a student hub for young adults, and a teen-run campsite where activities will promote Biblical values and Jewish solidarity. You can help the people of Talmon raise up the next generation! Click here to partner with Talmon and support their young people.
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I will like to visit the place with you
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