JERUSALEM POST MAGAZINE;
FROM NORWAY TO THE NEGEV
How a Scandinavian grandmother is leaving a permanent footprint in the sands of Israel. Grethe Tangen Olsen has been interviewed by Jerusalem Post. The article was published in the magazine January 24, 2020.
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Commemoration of Birgitta Nilsson 16. October 2019 in Negev
It was a great commemoration of the loss of Birgitta Nilsson 16. October 2019. She was shot and died on the street of Stockholm, Sweden 14th of November last year.
Thank you to everyone who participated.
Lovely song by Theresa Hansen from the olive-grove at Exodus Norths guesthouse I Ashalim, Etrog Street 52.
Mayor of Ramat HaNegev, Eran Doron stressed in his speech the good cooperation the municipality has with Exodus Nord.
A memory-stone for Birgitta was set up in the olive-grove. Birgitta was surrounding by israeli flags, held a microphone and was talking truth about Israel when she was shot. She had permission to do that by the police. She was a member of Exodus Norths board for several years.
Speech by manager of Exodus Nord, Grethe Tangen Olsen and beautiful song by singer Marianne Juvik Sæbø.
Are the real Philistines Semites! In no way
Let's take a deep dive into the world's most honest history book, the Bible.
We begin in 1 Chronicles, Chapter 1. It says in verse 8, "The sons of Ham were Cush,
Misraim, Put and Canaan ». In verses 11-12 it says that Misraim was, interalia, the ancestor of the people "The Kasluhites from which the
Philistines originated". So: The Philistines are descended from Ham. The Kasluhites are also referred to in the Bible as the Crete people (and the island of Crete is named after them).
Please read the full article: Are the real Philistines Semites?
Exodus Nord - an important contributor to building the Negev Desert
Exodus Nord has supported Negev municipaly with building of new infrastructure for parts of residential area to the new city Sheizaf in Israel. With help of Norwegian volunteer donors we have contributed with over NOK 1,4 million to the Project.
Sheizaf is located south of Beer Sheva, about 5 minutes drive by car from Exodus Nord guesthouse in Ashalim.
Exodus Nord thanks all donors and partners. May God bless you.
Please helping Israel to develop desert. Pray for the country.
Grethe Tangen Olsen (to the left) together with the well-known politician Benny Begin and his wife. Begin is son of the earlier prime minister Menachem Begin. The subject was about the Israeli legal right to the country.
About Exodus Nord
Boycott of goods from the Jordan Valley
Grethe Tangen Olsen is upset and she has written a letter to the City Councils and the mayors in five Norwegian cities. Please read her letter: LettertotheCityCouncilsandthemayors
Emigration from Ukranie
The family Farbman has traveled from Ukranie to Israel with support from Exodus Nord.
They have now started a new life in Israel.
Exodus Nord has for more than 12 years cooperate with the organization People Who Care in Ukraine, and together we have helped several hundred Jews with money to passports, visas, medications and otherwise needed.
They are very grateful for our support.
Please give a gift for Israel to Exodus Nord:
IBAN NO26 7878 0565 135
Thank you in advance!
Immigration to Israel, international conference in Jerusalem
Manager Grethe Tangen Olsen speech below the Aliyah Conference in October 2018.
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Guesthouse in Israel
Exodus Nord manage a guesthouse with Norwegian operation in Ashalim in the Negev. Take train or bus to Beer Sheva and bus further to Ashalim.The train from Ben Gurion airport takes one and a half hour to Beer Sheva, and the bus about half hour to Ashalim. Private bathroom for bedrooms. WIFI. Garden and roof terrace.Price: ILS 200 per person per night included breakfast.
Welcome to visit us as a turist or volunteer.