|The ruins of a synagogue built on a Second Temple synagogue in Shiloh.|
In post Biblical times, Moslems and Christians both, in their quest for "identity theft" of Jewish history and geography, built houses of worship in Shiloh.
|an old mosque built in Shiloh on a Jewish structure|
|an old church built on a synagogue|
Today, the Israeli authorities are in charge, and the chief archeologist is a young woman who has been in Shiloh her entire life. Her parents were among the very first Jewish families to move to Shiloh just over thirty-five years ago.
Unlike other ancient historical locations, Shiloh is not a dead city. Shiloh is back with the living! We have a vibrant growing Jewish community here right next to, a very short walk, or across the road for some, the site of Biblical Shiloh.
|look at how close the homes are to the ancient site of Shiloh|
Tourists and pilgrims come from all over the world.
For the past few years, I've been organizing women's prayer at Tel Shiloh on Rosh Chodesh. Next month is Sivan, Friday, May 10, 2013. If you'd like more information or would like to be added to my mailing list, please email shilohmuse at gmail dot com with "women's prayers Tel Shiloh" as the subject, thanks.
Rosh Chodesh Sivan
ראש חודש סיון בתל שילה
יום ו' 10-5 א' סיון תשע"ג 8:30
יהיה דבר תורה קצר וסיור בתל
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