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High-Tech Bible Website Launches From Israel

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Have you ever wondered what it sounds like to hear scripture read in Hebrew? Now you can find out with one of Israel's latest new websites:

The recently launched adds gamification, Google maps, audio, video and interactive tools to a Hebrew and English presentation of the Hebrew Scriptures.

The new mobile-friendly website stems from a print version of The Israel Bible published over the past two years by Israel365 and completed in October 2015. Its 20 softcover volumes include the entire 24-book canon (Tanakh, in Hebrew) along with original commentary developed by a team of 10 Israeli educators and tour guides.

“It’s our goal to find new ways to use modern technology to bring Israel and the Tanakh to life,” said Rabbi Tuly Weisz, publisher. “I hope that allows us to share Israel’s physical beauty and its great biblical significance with people all over the world in an exciting, modern way.”

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