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... women and 3 for men. He said that when he served in the army, he would have to
do raids in the occupied territories and that it was horrible. He said he
wished no one would have to do that. I really liked hearing him talk- it put a
lot of the rhetoric we have been hearing in perspective.
We stopped at a small town between Jerusalem and Tel Aviv
for lunch. I had a really greasy pastry with cheese and feta in it. It tasted
... of sacred Islamic architecture but also as a truly classical structure, symmetrical and proportional in the extreme. Octagonal in shape, it relates perfectly to the surrounding hills, the eight summits around Jerusalem aligning perfectly with the eight corners of the Dome of the Rock. Decorated with Islamic tiles, it is nonetheless a tribute to classical Greek architecture.
The colors on the Dome of the Rock are also highly symbolic. The dome is gold, like ...
... to be Jewish, I could easily be BaHa’i—except there’s no there there.” There is something so amorphously good about BaHa’i theology that those of us reared with any particularism at all, and with an adherence to rituals, foods, and rites that connect us tangibly to a religious tradition, find to be kind of empty. BaHa’i theology and practice are about the head, not the kishkas, and for many of us belief and religious ...
... of the flea market area is the restaurant called Puaa. The place is named after the owner Puaa Ladiensky. It looks like it is decorated from the local flea market and reminds you of an old home. I understand everything is for sale. Sitting outside . . .heavenly . . . We had three dishes but I can only remember two. One dish was Majadera which is brown rice with lentils, ...
... on the Sabbath so that the Jews don't have to work (push the buttons), about how seriously the Jews observe Shabbot--many of them stay overnight in hotels with their families so that their wives don't have to do any work on the Sabbath. The Muslims who live in Israel have representatives in Israel's government. We've learned a few Hebrew words, how to shake olives off of the tree and how they are bitter at first and have to be soaked for 3 weeks in ...
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