"...but nary of glimpse of the reality today" says annabelle, about my webpage featuring ancient history on the plains of Armageddon. It is against the law to photograph on an IDF military installation. The site in my webpage is across the main intersection, on a different plot of land, and is not connected to the prison. "It is imperative that we act with honor and integrity," says annabelle --- That remains to be seen, as the Palestinians are currently 'cheering' the statements from Tehran that Israel needs to be wiped off the map. But, that's another topic. This forum is about the potential for tourism onto a military base, and I am here to tell you (as an IDF reservist who has been on duty in this place) there is virtually no chance whatsoever of any civilian tourists approaching this site. It just ain't gonna happen.
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from the article: Prison dig reveals church that may be the oldest in the world