SITE OF MOSES’ DEATH REOPENS AFTER 10-YEAR-LONG RESTORATION PROCESS
Moses, one of the most of the important figures to Jews, Christians and Muslims for his pivotal role in shaping the Abrahamic tradition, was tragically forbidden by God to enter the Holy Land. After guiding the Israelites from slavery in Egypt and taking them to the Promised Land, the prophet was given only a glimpse of the Holy Land from atop Mount Nebo, where he died soon after. Now, this site which is important for the adherents of Abrahamic religions historically as well as spiritually, has been restored and is now open.
Read more at World Religion News: “Site of Moses’ Death Reopens After 10-Year-Long Restoration Process” http://www.worldreligionnews.com/?p=31976