Symbol opinion vote Comment: Needs better sources, but probably notable DGG ( talk ) 04:59, 12 March 2014 (UTC)

Symbol opinion vote Comment: We would need better references to e.g. published newspaper articles or books. Dusti*poke* 18:29, 7 August 2010 (UTC)

Beit Gamal (Beit-Jamal; Hebrew: בית ג׳מל) is located 5km south of Beit Shemesh, there is a 18th century church situated in the midst of orchard and crop-fields owned by the Church and run by Salesian monks.[1]

Beit Gamal is the believed burial[2] place of Rabbi (Raban) Gamliel and two of his students. On the spot a fifth century Church was built by the Italian monk Lukianos in honor of Saint Stephan, the first Christian martyr and one of Gamliel's students who was buried with him, according to Christian legend[3].[4]

The Salesian monastery of Beit Jamal was originally established as an agricultural school in 1881[5] and later operated as a medical facility until the 1960s, when it was converted to a school for boys.[6]

Near the monastery, but unaffiliated with the Selesian order there is an new building housing a group of nuns that belongs to the Sisters of Bethlehem, of the Assumption of the Virgin and of Saint Bruno. These nuns have taken a vow of silence.[7]


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