Abraham’s Legacy Tour

I have wanted, for a long time, to lead an interfaith tour of Israel and Palestine.  Now I have that opportunity.  I discovered MEJDI tours which specializes in this kind of event.

Here is a description of this tour from its web page.

Abraham is the spiritual ancestor of Judaism, Christianity, aPeaceCoffeend Islam including all their varieties and off-shoots.  Nowhere in the world is this more clear than in The Land of Israel.  This tour not only takes us to historic places but will bring us together with people of all three faith traditions and those who do the work of bringing together communities of the three Abrahamic faiths.

This tour will provide a fresh vision of the Holy Land. Led by two guides, an Israeli and a Palestinian, we will visit communities, holy places, and homes of three faiths. We will have opportunities to meet with many kinds of people and break bread wWestern Wall and Dome of Rock at nightith them while learning about their lives. Whether this is your first visit or your tenth, we are offering an experience that will both teach and inspire. Travelers who are seeking to understand this common heritage in all of its variety will find this tour an informative and exciting experience.


The site is at https://www.mejditours.com/open-tour/abrahams-legacy-tour/

Having been to Israel many times I have learned that just sight-seeing is not going to a traveler a good knowledge of that state.  The same goes for Palestine.  The best tours are those that provide opportunities to meet the people there.

By the way, the more people who sign on, the less the per person cost will be.

If you know people who might be interested, please pass this on to them.



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