traveling in the holyland..biethlahem Jerusalem
Discover the roots of Christian Pilgrimage to the Holy Land,
Visit the Sacred Places that Pope Benedict is Going to Visit in The First Papal Trip to The Area Since 2000!
This movie, which has been produced by the Israeli ministry of tourism shows the holiest christian sites in Israel.
A journey through the sights, sounds and holy places of the most cherished place on earth – Israel, the Holyland.
See where Jesus of Nazareth lived and preached a message that reached out across eternity, radiating from the Sea of Galilee and its fertile mountains to parched southern deserts, from the rolling hills of Samaria to the sacred slopes of Jerusalem.
A breathtaking trip that will reveal the treasures of the Holyland and the stories behind the places. A must-see for all!
How religions are using technological advances to help believers get closer to the Lord.
Over 40 million people have seen this banned ad. What's there besides hot hot bikini babes at the beach? Funniest and most controvetial commercial ever.
aclip from holiday at kibuts yahel near eilat
Lemallah Organization has been engaging Nir Barkat for some years before he was elected Mayor, before and since then he has lied, stalled, stonewalled and sold out the people of Jerusalem.
Umra video March 2011 in High Definition & close up of the Blessed Dome like never seen before!!
Umrah Visit (Minor Pilgrimmage) to the Holy Cities of Makka & Madina Sharif, Kingdom of Saudia Arabia, March 2011
St. Peter’s Church Tiberias is Catholic Church which is next to a monastery in Tiberias, a town on the western shore of the Sea of Galilee, in the Lower Galilee, in northern District of Israel. Much historical drama is found within these walls. This rare Crusader church – administered by Koinonia Giovanni Battista, a Catholic community based in Italy – has a roof shaped like an upturned boat, a nod to St. Peter, Galilee fisherman. The Crusaders founded St. Peter’s Church Tiberias in the early twelfth century as a Cathedral for the episcopal see, as suffragan to the Bishop of Nazareth.
Ramat Rachel is located in the South of Jerusalem. Ramat Rachel is the center of recreation and tourist resort in 1967. It is mostly for vacation for the whole family while you are experiencing the beauty and history as kibbutz in central Israel. It is enclave within Jerusalem’s boundaries where you can see Rachel’s Tomb and Bethlehem in the overlooking.
Orthodox Church at Capernaum is built in the middle of the ruins of the ancient Roman village of Capernaum. Around the church the remains of the village have not yet been excavated, unlike the synagogue of Capernaum and the buildings around it. The village was established in the Hellenistic period, and was designed according to that period's urban design of straight lines. Capernaum prospered in the Roman and Byzantine periods. The Orthodox Church is located on the eastern side of the ruined village, the home town of Jesus.
Mount Zion is located in a geographical area that the Bible is clear that Mont Zion will be the sole possession of the Lord Jesus. Mount Zion is the highest point in ancient Jerusalem in the south of the Old City’s Armenian Quarter. Another name for it is Sion in the Old Testament which is projected into a metaphoric symbol for the whole city and Promise Land.
True to its name Mount Olives is covered with ancient olive trees during the biblical time in one of the mountains of Mount Zion in the northern part which shows the direct view to the old City, the Kidron Valley and the City of David. Mount Olives is the place where Jesus has encouraged his disciples and has given those instructions on what to do after He will be crucified. Mount Zion is close to many historical places and churches.
Mensa Christi is a Franciscan church in Nazareth that was built in the year 1861 which contains a chalk rock which is believed to be the rock which Jesus ate with his disciples after He has risen. Mensa Christi is located in a small alley above the church district of the old city in Nazareth. It is a walking distance from all of the other church in the area. Many pilgrims have visited the church as they believed it to be the site of the rock. As of today, the church is locked but still pilgrims and visitors can still visit.
Kursi Gergasi is a part of the National Park system in Israel. It is located about midway along the eastern shore of the Kinerret. The name Kursi is the modern name of the site, known in Herodian/Roman times as Gergesa. Gergesa is associated with two miracles reported in the Gospel of St. Mark. Kursi, like most major excavation sites, was discovered by accident in 1970. The Israeli government was building a new road to connect the Kinerret to the Golan Heights following the occupation of the Golan during the Six Day War of 1967. As the initial road grading was being done, Mendel Nun, a fisherman from Kibbutz En Gev, noticed small tiles were appearing in the dirt being removed and stopped the preparation for the road.
The Wedding Church is located in the city of Cana, also known as Kafr Kanna in modern times. Kafr Kanna (Cana) is a small Galilean about five miles northeast of Nazareth on highway 154. Both Muslims and Christians make up its population of 8500 people. Kafr Kanna is thought to be the Biblical Cana, the city in which Jesus Christ performed his first miracle by turning water into wine at a wedding. Like many sacred sites in Israel, the actual place Jesus turned water into wine is disputed. The historical location of the Biblical Cana may never be known for certain. However, Kafr Kanna has more evidence for being the actual place of the first miracle of Jesus Christ.