In the course of our tour of the Upper Galilee, Israel, on November 29, 2012, my wife and I visited the picturesque, historic village of Rosh Pina. Quite by accident, we came upon the Nimrod Outlook, a magnificent monument built on the highest point of the town overlooking the Golan Mountains, Jordan Valley, and the entire Galilee Panhandle.1 It quickly became the highlight of our trip. We had an opportunity to chat with Chezi Segev, the father of Nimrod, who was killed in Lebanon on September 8, 2006; he was only 28 years old.
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