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The first full day of our tour was jam-packed with exciting visits to places and people! Our first stop was in Tel Aviv at the home of Israel's first Prime Minister, David Ben-Gurion. Ben-Gurion picked up the mantel of Theodore Hertzl and passionately worked toward creating the Jewish homeland specifically described in the Bible. The obstacles were and continue to be daunting but, armed with a Biblical vision, Israel became a nation on May 14,1948. Our second stop was a ...
... is the only non-orthodox institute of it's kind in Israel today, providing oppurtunities to young adults to study Jewish texts and culture. Not only did we hear about all the fabulous work that they do, but we also go to learn from Noga ourselves. We studied different texts pertaining to Yom Hashoah and in the middle of our session we stepped outside to observe ...
... again by the prophets. The New Testament recounts Jesus addressing his pupils from the Mount of Olives. Apart from its religious importance, the Mount of Olives is historically significant as well. On the lower slopes of the mountain, you’ll find the Jewish cemetery, believed to be the oldest cemetery in the world still in use and burial place of many prominent Jewish figures.
Garden of Gethsemane
In Jesus’ day, the Garden ...
... brick, etc.). There are no windows on the street frontage, so that the stone walls resemble extensions of garden walls; the main rooms are on the first floor. Many of the ceilings are lavishly carved and painted.
The stone-built ground floors of Safranbolu houses, most of which are two- or three-storey mansions, generally follow the natural gradient of the street. The upper stories meanwhile, supported by buttresses, may project ...
... holy places are well-protected and preserved and are under the control of the Islamic waqf. The Adhan bellows from Al-Aqsa five times a day with no incident. The conflict can and should be regionally solved and need not involve the whole Muslim or wider world for that matter.
The main thing I learned is that when approaching complicated conflicts such as these, one should abandon "right" and "wrong" and pursue simply a "less worse" approach. The reason I say this ...