The flock of Jacob’s Sheep has arrived at the next stop in their journey home: Beit El, the house of God, the scene of Jacob’s prophetic dream of a ladder connecting heaven and earth. And for the first time, a pair of rams can now be viewed by the public. In 2017, a flock of […]
After a journey from the other side of the world, the flock of 100 Jacob’s Sheep may have found a permanent home; Migdal Eder, a site designated for grazing animals destined for the Temple altar.
The first Jacob’s lamb was born early, arriving in Ramot Naftali on Thursday morning, just in time to celebrate its birthday along with Israel.
A flock of sheep said to be of the same species belonging to the Jewish patriarch, Jacob have returned to the Land of Israel to graze in the Holy Land once again.
In 5777, Biblical and Jewish prophecies manifested before our eyes in real and unmistakeable news events.
For the first time since the Temple stood in Jerusalem, the sounds of shofarot (ram horns) from Jacob’s Sheep were heard in Israel.
The saga of the Jacob’s Sheep’s journey to rejoin their Biblical masters in the Holy Land has taken a tragic twist as a local disease claimed almost half of the herd this summer.
After a journey as dramatic as anything in the Bible, the first Jacob’s Sheep born in the land of Israel in over two millennia made their auspicious appearance last month.
After thousands of years of wandering, sheep descended from Jacob’s biblical flock have finally come home to Israel!
From underneath the tallit, the rabbi blessed the sheep that in the merit of the patriarch Jacob, the sheep will be fruitful and multiply.