“Tel Hai” was settled by Jewish pioneers in 1907 after purchased by the Zionist movement.
In 1920 the site was attacked and destroyed by Arabs, killing eight of the Jews.
The last words of the Jewish commander, Yosef Trumpeldor, were “It does not matter, it is good to die for our country”.
This statement was adopted as the moto of the Zionist movement, to this day.
The site itself was developed well, using high-tech visuals and vidoes, to present daily life of the Jewish pioneers, and the battle that brought it to an end.
|Tel Hai on Wikipedia|
|Tel Hai on Tripadvisor|
|Tel Hai on Google Maps|
|Tel Hai Website|
Points of Interest in the Area
|Caesarea Philippi (Banias)|
A 360 Degrees photo in Hatzar Tel Hai