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Where Bible, Archaeology and History Come Together

Hosted By: Volunteers for Israel (VFI)

Among the cities in ancient Judea, Lachish was second only to Jerusalem in importance. Our tour of Tel Lachish will take us from the royal palace and the city’s golden age, to the two tragic destructions described in the Bible: The siege ramp and the counter ramp of Sennacherib and Hezekiah, and the last effort to withstand Nebuchadnezzar at the gate of the city.

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Sharona Liman

Sharona Liman, resident of Kfar-saba, is an official Israeli Tour Guide with special interests in ecology, archaeology, the bible, and nature. She offers tours to families, business people, bar and bat Mitzvot, and seniors.
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Volunteers for Israel (VFI)

Volunteers for Israel (VFI) is the only American organization that creates opportunities for civilian volunteers to serve on Israeli Defence Force bases. VFI partners with Israeli military and civilian organizations that enable volunteers to work side-by-side with Israel's soldiers, providing non-combat support to help maintain the readiness of the IDF to defend Israel. VFI enables the IDF to allocate more of its manpower and finances to military tasks, boosts morale within the IDF, and strengthens personal connections to Israel.
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