My musings, reflections on life here in Shiloh, Israel. Original, personal, spiritual and political. Peace, security and Israeli sovereignty. While not a "group blog," Shiloh Musings includes the voices of other Jews in The Land of Israel.
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I'm not the only one very worried about the situation here in Israel. We wonder what G-d has in mind for us. We still don't seem to have a government coalition here in Israel. Nobody really knows what's happening besides the leaks coming from the media and ambitious disgruntled politicians. And United States President Barack Hussein Obama is planning to visit soon and expecting gifts and gestures....
Month of surprise and reversal, Adar, is almost over. Next week, on Tuesday the miracle month, Nissan will begin. As I do every Rosh Chodesh, first day of the Jewish Month, I plan on praying at Tel Shiloh, Shiloh HaKeduma, the site where Biblical Chana prayed, where our holy Mishkan, Tabernacle rested for 369 years.
Women's Prayers at Tel
Shiloh Rosh Chodesh Nissan Tuesday, March 12,
2013 1 Nissan 5773 8:30am Tour of Tel & Dvar Torah, Short
Please come and invite family, friends and
תפילת נשים ראש חודש ניסן בתל
שילה יום ג' 12-3 א' ניסן תשע"ג 8:30 יהיה דבר
תורה קצר וסיור בתל נא לבוא, לפרסם ולהזמין חברות, משפחה ושכנות
And don't forget that the
Tel Shiloh, aka Shiloh HaKedumah is open for visitors six days a week. For
information call 02-994-4019.
Yes, the Shiloh where I live, the genuine, original Shiloh is the same Shiloh from the Bible. It's one of the cities that Joshua did not have to conquer after the Jewish People entered the Holy Land after the Exodus from Egypt. Either the people fled in fear, after haring the stories of how G-d assisted him and the Jewish People defeating others, or they decided to welcome him and accept Jewish rule. When we liberated the Land in 1967 after the Six Days War, there was no signs of modern life. Nobody had lived in Shiloh for hundred if not thousands of years. The only people who had been hear had been European archaeologists in the early twentieth century.