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Jericho - أريحا : The Monastery of Temptation on a hilltop west of the town
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Jericho - أريحا : The Monastery of Temptation on a hilltop west of the town

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Posted by NABIL GHUSEIN on May 24, 2012 #144059

In th early 1950I was in Beitunia Boys School,our annual trip with the teachers was The Dead sea swim,Ain Asultan to wash the salt,then Deir Korontol,we climb to the top look at the jordan valley ,see the Karameh camp where in 1968 israeel suffered its biggest defeat at the hands of the Palestinian Fedayeen and the Jordanian Army.the we go back to beitunia very tired and happy.
Posted by بلسم حياتي on May 2, 2011 #133676

بجد اخدنا عن اريحا كل شي يا لها من بلد سبحان الله هاد اسمهدير القرنطل
Posted by محمد أمين on March 15, 2011 #131572

هذا الدير يسمى دير قرنطل
Posted by yaser411985@yaho on June 28, 2009 #81505

دير قرنطل طريق المعرجات بلقرب من التل فريك
Posted by جمال فاخوري on May 22, 2008 #39080

هذا الدير يسمى دير القرنطل
Posted by Ibn al-Quds on December 12, 2007 #25141

The summit of the Mount of Temptation, is about 350 meters above sea level and commanding a magnificent and panoramic view of the Jordan Valley, is the site where Jesus Christ spent forty days and forty nights fasting and meditating during the temptation of Satan. A Greek Orthodox monastery was built in the 6th century over the cave where Jesus Christ stayed. The mountain; which from early Christian times has been called the Mount of Temptation; was referred to as "Mons Quarantana" by the Crusaders in the first half of the 12th century, and is locally known as Quruntul mountain (from Quaranta meaning forty, the number of days in the Gospel account of Christ's fast).