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A visit with Shmuel: Gevaot

You’re not going to want to miss the newest episode of my new series, A Visit with Shmuel, where I virtually bring you to new communities in Judea and Samaria and share their unique character. In this episode, I drop by the village of Gevaot, a community of forty families in the hills of Gush Etzion. The people of Gevaot are truly modern-day pioneers who dedicate their lives to creating a thriving utopian community.

A visit to Bet Yatir with Shmuel Junger

I am excited to introduce the first installment of my new series, A Visit with Shmuel, a virtual 360° look at Jewish communities in Judea and Samaria. Each month, as I travel across the biblical heartland, I’ll share with you the landscapes of new Jewish communities, their biblical roots, and anecdotes about the life of its pioneers.

Mitzpe Dani and Genesis Land Virtual Tour

Join Sondra Oster Baras and Danny Ehrlich on a journey to Maale Shomron, a small community founded on historical and Biblical ruins in the heart of Samaria

Sussya Virtual Tour

Join Sondra Oster Baras and Danny Ehrlich on a journey to Maale Shomron, a small community founded on historical and Biblical ruins in the heart of Samaria

Maale Shomron Virtual Tour Email

Join Sondra Oster Baras and Danny Ehrlich on a journey to Maale Shomron, a small community founded on historical and Biblical ruins in the heart of Samaria

Virtual Visit to Ancient Shiloh

Join Danny Ehrlich on this extra-special journey through Biblical history and archaeology to Ancient Shiloh, where the Tabernacle stood for 369 years.

Virtual Visit to Argaman & Gilgal

Visit the Jordan Valley, where Sondra and Danny will bring you to a site, known as the “Footprint,” an archaeological discovery  that changed our understanding of what the word  “Gilgal” really means

Virtual Visit to Ofra

Journey through the hills of Samaria to the community of Ofra, a place of extreme historical and Biblical significance

Virtual Visit to Migdal Oz and Oz V’Gaon

Today Hebron and Kiryat Arba are full of Jews who have come from all over Israel and from all over the world, to settle in the first Jewish city in history.