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It is the sole military wing of the Israeli security forces, and has no civilian jurisdiction within Israel.
Differences include the mandatory conscription of women and its structure, which emphasizes close relations between the army, navy, and air force.Hashomer was an elitist organization with narrow scope, and was mainly created to protect against criminal gangs seeking to steal property.During World War I, the forerunners of the Haganah/IDF were the Zion Mule Corps and the Jewish Legion, both of which were part of the British Army.Idolatry: Ms Eirikh points out the temple site and the altar used for religious rituals and practices.The finds indicate that Jews of that era seemed to have kept some of their prevalent pre-Judaism religious practices Conforming to the tradition of temple construction in the ancient Near East, the rays of the sun rising in the east would have illuminated the object placed inside the temple first, symbolising the divine presence within.An Israeli Antiquities Authority worker holds figurines found at the Tel Motza archaeological site: The IAA said on Wednesday they unearthed a maze-like construction and a cache of sacred vessels some 2, 750 years old'The ritual building at Tel Motza is an unusual and striking find, in light of the fact that there are hardly any remains of ritual buildings of the period in Judaea,' the dig directors said in a statement.'The uniqueness of the structure is even more remarkable because of the vicinity of the site's proximity to the capital city of Jerusalem, which acted as the Kingdom's main sacred center at the time.' Archaeologist Anna Eirikh shows a horse figurine at the site on the outskirts of Jerusalem: Experts say the finds provide rare testimony of a ritual cult in the region at the start of the period of the royal House of David At the time, the site's archaeologists proposed identifying it with the Biblical settlement Mozah, mentioned in the Book of Joshua - a town in the tribal lands of Benjamin bordering on Judaea (Joshua 18: 26).
A view of the Tel Motza site: The area and surrounding region are well known for their archaeological importance.
The assemblage includes ritual pottery vessels, with fragments of chalices (bowls on a high base which were used in sacred rituals), decorated ritual pedestals, and a number of pottery figurines of two kinds: the first, small heads in human form with a flat headdress and curling hair; the second, figurines of animals - mainly of harnessed animals.
The archaeologists stress that 'the find of the sacred structure together with the accompanying cache of sacred vessels, and especially the significant coastal influence evident in the anthropomorphic figurines, still require extensive research.'Ritual elements in the Kingdom of Judah are recorded in archaeological research, especially from the numerous finds of pottery figurines and other sacred objects found at many sites in Israel, and these are usually attributed to domestic rituals.
Many finds have previously been uncovered at the site, from a range of different periods At the time, archaeologists identified the site as a storehouse, run by high-ranking officials, for Jerusalem's grain supplies.
The current excavations have revealed evidence that offers a new aspect to understanding the site.
The Israel Defense Forces are believed to have had an operational nuclear weapons capability since 1967, possessing between 80-400 nuclear weapons, The first such organization was Bar-Giora, founded in September 1907.