Israeli wine has taken the world by storm. And some of the very best comes from the Golan Heights. Similarly, the Gaza Strip during the pre-Islamic era, when it was still mostly populated by Jews, produced wines to compete with the finest in the Byzantine Empire. But where is Gaza today? Sadly, it has become a place of squalor, unemployment and a haven for terrorists, while the Golan has transformed into a place of life and productivity. The Syrian Regime Bartered the Golan to Israel Across the Arab world, it is widely believed that former Syrian President Hafez al-Assad secretly…
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