Harod

Harod

(hā`rŏd), in the Bible. 1 Spring, near Mt. Gilboa, where Gideon mustered his men. 2 Home of David's warrior Shammah.
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Dykam Kibbutz Bin Harod Meuhad Afula, 18965 Israel 972547330364 shahar@dykam.co.il www.dykam.com
Caption: Members of the Kibbutz Ein Harod dance the Hora in 1936.
The plot follows the story of Joseph, Mary, her cousin Salome, and young Jesus as they flee from King Harod by coming to Egypt.
On the group's way to the holy city, they stopped at the Harod Spring, which bubbles in a cave on the slopes of Mount Gilboa.
"Also, you have to know what main quality is and what your character your harod is like to be a top player.
Try one of the bed and breakfasts at the artist's village of Ein Harod. For an exciting detour, travel the olive oil trail.
Gady Eisenkott explained why it was necessary to bring forward the launching of the new Commando Brigade by two months, when he addressed the formation ceremony on Sunday at the Ein Harod National Park: "The Commando Brigade is more necessary than ever in light of the threats from Hizbullah and the Islamic State," he said, in reference to the boasts heard in the last 48 hours from Hassan Nasrallah and Abu Bakr Al Baghdadi.
Team Doha Sandstorm comprising Festa Qatar President Selvino Lolong, Stiefel Keith Manlise, Roberto Pedro Gonzales and Harod Angeles, emerged winners in the exciting, fun match.
Examples include the Kibbutzim College in Tel Aviv, Oranim Academic College, and the biannual course developed in Efal College and led by Luba Levita from Kibbutz Ein Harod. This approach was dominant from the 1950s to the 1990s.
In his masterwork, The Road to Ein Harod, the protagonist travels through an Israel taken over by a military coup led by fanatic generals.
In 1926, Jascha Heifetz played Schubert, Beethoven, and Mendelssohn in the Valley of Harod, sanctifying the miracle the pioneers had wrought.