Kobi Zilberstein
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My wife and Me are very fond of walking in nature. We have a small vehicle 4 4, ​​and we travel a lot in Israel, and abroad. Since I used a lot of panoramio, I feel the need to share with you the sights trips. I'm not snapping photographs of art, I try to document trips . kobiz

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River Kishon (Nahal Qishon).

Dear, An amazing photography.

Dear, whether this station is still active, is there a passenger trains in the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan.

Deus o abençoe pela rica e precisa informação. O Sr Kobi, esteve lá pessoalmente ?

Hello Yunzer. I didn't choose to be born in Israel or to be born Jewish, so please don't blame me for that. I did not built those settlements and did not support the building of settlements. I wish that people will start treat each other as human beings like themselves. We have to stop hating and killing each other over meaningless concepts like nationality, race, creed, politics and money.

Thank you for sharing this beautiful moment - may I include it in a video I'm making about the inner dimensions of the Land of Israel?

Dear Afonsomfneto' Sansão (em Hebraico: שִׁמְשׁוֹן, Shamshoun, Hebraico tiberiano: Šimšôn que significa "pequeno sol", ou "filho do sol"), (em Árabe: شمشون, Shamshūn/Samsun) ou (em Grego: Σαμψών, Sampson) de acordo com a sua descrição na bíblia hebraica, foi um homem nazireu, filho de Manoá, nascido de mãe estéril (Juízes 13:2) e que liderou os israelitas contra os filisteus. Ele era da tribo de Dã e foi o décimo terceiro juiz de Israel, sucedendo a Abdon. A Bíblia relata que Sansão foi juiz do povo de Israel por vinte anos (Juízes 16:31), aproximadamente de 1177 a.C. a 1157 a.C. 1 , sendo o sucessor de Abdon e o antecessor de Eli.

Dear Afonsomfneto, This is not a statue, these are the remains of an ancient settlement dating back about 1200 years

Interesting picture.


Friendly greetings from Slovakia, Filip.

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