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@Mount Gilboa. Saul, the first King of Israel, and his sons died in a bitter battle against the Philistines at Mount Gilboa. 1 Samuel 31:8 David was in exile at the time. When he got the news, he pronounced a curse on Gilboa " ye mountains of Gilboa, let there be no dew, neither let there be rain upon you, ... for there the shield of the mighty is vilely cast away, the shield of Saul, as though had not been anointed with oil". Over the years, many have taken this curse to be the reason for the seeming baldness at Mt. Gilboa. But the Jewish National Fund has in recent years, planted thousands of trees at the location.
@Akko or Acre located in the Northern District of Israel (Haifa Bay), Akko is the last surviving city of the crusaders and one of the oldest original sites in the world. Jerusalem, the holy city had been captured by and was under Muslim rule. The crusades were an attempt to recapture the Holy City. the first crusade began 1095 and lasted 4 years. By 1099, Jerusalem had been captured. However, this was a short lived victory as the crusades continued for over 200 years. During this time, the crusaders took over several cities where they set up their strong holds or operational head quartets, Acre or Akko being one of them. During the crusades, it was known as St. John d'Acre after the knights Hospitaller who had their headquarters there.