In December 2020, over 4100 people participated in the Atlanta Israel Coalition’s virtual tours of Jerusalem either by viewing Live on Zoom webinar, Facebook Live, or the Atlanta Jewish Times rebroadcast Watch party or by viewing the Facebook and YouTube recordings later at their convenience.  If you haven’t enjoyed the tours yet, here are the links:

Based on the overwhelmingly positive response we have received, the Atlanta Israel Coalition, in partnership with the Consulate General of Israel to the Southeastern U.S., the Jewish Federation of Greater Atlanta, Herut, and the Evans Family Foundation, is presenting Re-Discovering the Land of Israel, a series of five FREE virtual tours of Israel with tour guide David Sussman.

You may register for all five tours or just pick specific tours.  Register at https://bit.ly/TourIsrael-AIC.  Please share this virtual travel opportunity with your friends, family, and others who might be interested.

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Sunday, March 21st @ 10 am – The Biblical Heartland of Gush Etzion: This tour includes the Path of the Patriarchs, an ancient mikvah, biblical agriculture, Roman roads, and stunning landscapes. https://youtu.be/4Y-i9NJa1pM 

Sunday, April 25th @10 am – The Holy City of Hebron: Tour the tombs of our Patriarchs and Matriarchs, the ancient stairs and city gates where Abraham purchased the cave to bury Sarah and view 1st & 2nd Temple period ruins.

Sunday, May 23rd @10 am – The Artist Colony of Tzfat:  Let’s walk the winding ally ways of this mystical city together as we tour the city of Kabbalah. We will visit important synagogues, meet local artists, learn about Jewish mysticism from a leading Rabbi, and delve into its history both ancient and modern.

Sunday, June 6th @10 am – The Old and the New in Tel Aviv/Jaffa:  Described as the city that never sleeps, Tel Aviv is Israel’s financial capital. Let’s discover its roots, beaches, diversity, and the place where Israel’s independence was discovered.

Sunday, June 27th @10 am – The Golan Heights;  One of Israel’s most scenic areas. It boasts extinct volcanoes, Israel’s largest mountain, sits along the border of Israel, and has a rich Jewish history. This episode will feature Major Ya’akov Selevan who will discuss with us the political climate of the Golan Heights.

More info about the Atlanta Israel Coalition at https://linktr.ee/AtlantaIsraelCoalition.

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