NQ, this Nᵊtzâr•imꞋ website, is designed as a virtual village. The village directory is always in the panel at left of your screen. Simply click on the virtual building you wish to visit and you'll be teleported there.
The Nᵊtzâr•imꞋ Gate, portal and entrance to our virtual village, is this Home Page.
Our Welcome (Reception) Center to first greet all visitors and inquirers is the building marked "Welcome."
Want to peruse the documentation of relevant B.C.E. 2nd century – 4th century C.E. history? In the navigation panel at left, click on the History Museum to visit our History Museum.
Want to obtain books and papers? As you would expect, go to our Israel Mall. There, you can visit our Nᵊtzâr•imꞋ Shop. In the appropriate aisles, peruse executive summaries and reviews of our ebooks and epapers. Actual downloads are at the checkout counter. (Think of the downloads as on a rack at the checkout counter right beside the cash register.) When you're finished perusing our books and papers, click the check-out scanner icon to get to the check-out counter, where you can then download your selection(s).
Want to get the low-down on how to deal with world events as they affect Israel and the global Jewish community? A treasure-chest of informative web discussions on topics relevant to historical, Biblical and current world events crucial to Jews and Israel are indexed according to title in the Archives Directory of our Web Café. Your browser enables you to search (Ctl-f) the table of topics by keywords. (You might then want to also check for the latest articles in our blog: Israel Jews News.)
Are you a Jew who wants to know how to relate to us? That, of course, can only be solely about making tᵊshuv•âhꞋ to Tor•âhꞋ. Visit our Mi•sᵊradꞋ ha-Qᵊlit•âhꞋ in the building marked "Tᵊshuv•âhꞋ Center."
Are you a non-Jew desiring to connect? For information and directions, visit our Mi•sᵊradꞋ ha-Khutz (Ministry of Foreign Affairs) in the building marked, to make it easier for you to understand, "non-Jews."
Want to find Biblically-important calendar dates? With your paper Judaic calendar in hand (annually available in late summer locally from Judaica shops and Jewish funeral homes), visit our Calendar Center.
Want to learn about Judaic liturgy. Visit our Nᵊtzâr•imꞋ beit kᵊnësꞋët – where you'll there find (click the SeiphꞋër Tor•âhꞋ icon on that page at top right) extensive insights, available nowhere else, on this week's Tor•âhꞋ portion.
Just looking for some great tourist sites to hit when you next visit Israel? Check out our "Israel" park.
Journalists will find information for them in our Media Center.
If you want to pay for a book or paper, or just appreciate the work—and sacrifices of my wife and daughter—that's gone into both my decades of research, plus producing this website to make this information available to the world for the first time since 333 C.E., you can visit our Finance Ministry to find out how to send a check.
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You can also visit NQ on your smartphone (HTC, iPod, et al.; better in landscape mode).
Organized, Efficient Exploratory Tour of our Virtual 'Nᵊtzâr•imꞋ Quarter'
Each building in our Navigation Panel (at left) features a number of sections to visit and (at the bottom of the last section in the building) the next stop in our village Ti·yulꞋ . After you've visited all of the sections at a given site, simply click on the next stop of our Ti·yulꞋ .