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Thorn on Golan Heights

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Published: 07/02/2010
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Category: Nature Viewed: 666 Downloads: 0 Keywords autumn barkan bloom blossom cirsium syriacum closeup cnicus syriacus fall floral flower golan heights green israel macro natural nature notobasis syriaca offspring plant sharp symbol symbolic thistle thorn wild wildflower Description: Thistle (also known as; kotz, dardar, barkan and hoah) is mentioned several times in the Torah. First mention appears in the beginning of Genesis, after the Adam and Eve eat from the forbidden tree and God curses the land for Adam: "Thorns and thistles will it bring forth for you" (Genesis 3:18).

Israel has many varieties of thistle, mostly in shades of pinks and purples.