Villa Vilina Oasis in Neve Tzedek
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... in Israel's history, which speaks to how dissatisfied Israeli citizens are. Right now the two largest parties in office, have extremely different views. Netanyahu, who's sole focus is security, and Lapid, who's main focus is domestic issues. It's all very interesting to hear and I'm happy to be here at this time. Hopefully I can increase my political knowledge to a 15 or 20 in the near future.
... couple of people I had been on cruises with before or that I had exchanged messages with online. On the way out of the Crow’s Nest I was stopped by a couple of guys from San Francisco (read sub-text), and we sat and talked a long time. They are shocked that I’m even allowed to teach in Texas given my ideas about things. We are all excited about the possible future of Elizabeth Warren. I hope to see them ...
... how anyone could survive when wearing these multiple layers of heavy black garments in the blazing sun. We then parked the car and took a short walk through the Jaffa Gate and into the old city. Already the crowds there were building up, though it was still possible to move around quite easily. We started in the Armenian quarter of the old city where a lot of ceramics were on display. They will even paint and glaze tiles of any size to order, so ...
... and Moses with the map. Covered the modern Zion movement, with Jews moving back to Israel. Also some modern history about their nationality and independence. He was good about not too political. He explains why Israel and Palestine have trouble over the land, identity, and both losing sides losing there homes. He wants peace, he has had 5 missiles attack his house in 3 yrs. ...
... sides. As we snaked past several Palestinian villages -- obvious, as they were on the other side of the wall and had mosques -- we started to see shiny new housing developments and, pretty much out of the blue, large groups of Hassidic Jews walking the sidewalks. We were in the heart of a Jewish settlement area. Each one was it's own little walled compound, and when we turned into our target community, we passed a private ...