Articles in "Shiloh"

2 Terrorists Shot while Attacking IDF Soldiers

Two Arab terrorists who attempted to stab IDF soldiers in the Shiloh area on Monday were shot and wounded, the IDF stated. No IDF ...

Special Prayer Held in Israel for Wellbeing of World Jewry

A unique prayer session was held on Sunday at the ancient site of the Tabernacle in Shiloh for the wellbeing and safeguarding of world ...

Arab Rioters Destroy Israeli Field in Shiloh, Assault Farmer

Arab rioters destroyed an Israel wheat field and assaulted a farmer who attempted to stop them, the Honenu legal rights organization ...

Shiloh Valley Archeological Site Latest to Be Hit by Arab Bandits in Recent Wave of Vandalism

The Hirbet Astunah archeological site in the Shiloh Valley was the latest archeological site to be raided and stripped by Arab bandits, the ...

100 hundred Rabbis from Around the World Visit Biblical Site of Ancient Shiloh

Some 100 rabbis from Jewish communities around the world on Wednesday visited the biblical site of ancient Shiloh at which the Tabernacle ...

New Record Set at Bible Marathon in Shiloh, World’s Most Ancient Marathon

Some 4,000 contestants from Israel and around the world participated in the 5th Annual International Bible Marathon that ended at the ...

Over 800,000 Visit Benyamin Region in Past Year

Over 800,000 visitors, including many Christians, visited the Benyamin region during the past Jewish year, consisting of an impressive 10% ...

300 Israelis March on Shabbat to Block Threatening Arab Construction

Some 300 Israelis from the Shiloh Bloc in Samaria marched to an Arab construction site situated right on top of a new Israeli community to ...

Singaporean Businessmen Choose to Visit Benyamin on Their Day Off

A delegation of businessmen from Singapore arrived in Israel to seek out companies in which they planned to invest. They had plans to ...

WATCH: ‘Being Able to Dig the Bible:’ The Secrets of Tel Shiloh Revealed

Volunteers from 12 countries converged on Tel Shiloh, Israel's ancient capital for 369 years, to resume the third season of archeological ...