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En-gedi

(ĕn-gē`dī, ĕn`-gēdī), in the Bible, oasis on the W shore of the Dead Sea, famed for its vineyards. David hid there from Saul.
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Meanwhile, nine people hiking in the Tze'elim stream were extracted by volunteers from the Ein Gedi rescue unit, after their three vehicles got stranded there.
In turn, Head of the Tamar Regional Council and a member of Kibbutz Ein Gedi, Dov Latinov, said the decision will serve as a lifeline to save the Dead Sea and to further develop the settlements there, as the sea is an irreplaceable national treasure," after the government decision.
Al-Quds added the Israeli cabinet was scheduled to discuss on Wednesday a plan to resume the construction of the apartheid wall that would stretch from the southern Hebron hills to the Dead Sea resort of Ein Gedi.
The buoy was operated by the Israel Oceanographic and Limnological Research and located at approximately 5 km offshore from Ein Gedi (Figures 1 and 2).
He highlights the importance of scientific techniques for understanding the site and for investigating Qumran in light of finds from Ein Gedi, Jericho, and Masada.
Synopsis: In September 2012, Angus Buchan (author of the best-selling "Faith Like Potatoes"), was invited to speak at the Feast of Tabernacles, one of the oldest festivals in Jewish history, which today is celebrated in Israel's Ein Gedi desert.
Ten years ago, during a routine early-morning solo tour of the area surrounding his kibbutz, Ein Gedi, on the shores of the Dead Sea, geographer-geologist Eli Raz heard an ominous rumbling noise.
This morning, we hiked Masada and Ein Gedi and did the Dead Sea thing (it is Sebastopol-in-the-Levant: The Russians love them some mud and taking the waters).
To analyze earthquake activity in the region, geologist Jefferson Williams of Supersonic Geophysical and colleagues Markus Schwab and Achim Brauer of the German Research Center for Geosciences studied three cores from the beach of the Ein Gedi Spa adjacent to the Dead Sea.
The route crosses the Judean Desert in a severe descent and empties into the Dead Sea beneath towering cliffs between Qumran, where the Dead Sea scrolls were found, and Ein Gedi, the desert oasis used by David as a hideout before he became king, three millennia ago.
<![CDATA[ Besides the wonderful views and great air of Ein Gedi, one can also learn about the history of the Jewish community in the area.