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Things you might have not known about the Great City of Hebron

For Muslims, Christians and Jews alike, the city of Hebron (or Al Khalil in Arabic) is considered the burial place of Abraham the common spiritual forefather of monotheism. Unfortunately, the shared beliefs have not done much to better the relations between these three major religions. However, it remains an important tourist destination.

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What to Expect at the Israeli Air-force Museum in Beer Sheva

When you go to the Israel Air Force Museum in Beer Sheva, expect to find many historical aircrafts on display. Just gazing at the planes themselves is an enchanting experience. However the museum, which opened its doors in 1991, is more than just a collection of used planes. Each aircraft you see gains even more significance once you understand the story behind it. The planes are a narration the state of Israel’s history.

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