Caesar Premier Jerusalem
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... Hezekiah's Tunnel, we stopped off to learn about the Fortress of Zion. The fortress was built very near the head of Hezekiah's Tunnel and originally thought by Eigal(?) Shiloh, the head archaeologist of the dig site, to be David's Palace. We took note of the random toilet stone and the location of the bullae (hardened clay letter seals) too.
Slogging out of Hezekiah's Tunnel, we found ourselves washed up in the Pool of Siloam. In John 9, Jesus was ...
... to touch their arms. There is a heavy police presence here though, I read that 20% of the entire border guard (easy to mistake them as soldiers since they're heavily armed) is permanently stationed in jerusalem. It's obvious that jerusalem is less crowded than usual, I found myself all alone at several sites here. A tour guide told me it hasn't been this slow in recent memory. But I've frankly never felt safer. The only moment where I was a bit cautious was on ...
... his wife Leah). Israeli presidents are also buried on Mt. Herzl, as are other prominent Jewish and Zionist leaders. Mt. Herzl is the venue for many commemorative events and national celebrations. Dr. Asher Hirem, the architect who designed military cemeteries in Israel and memorials of the Israeli army, was chosen to design the cemeteries. ...
... agers earlier in the week, there was heightened security and very evident military presence at the wall today. Often on Fridays, Muslims, who come to worship nearly directly on the other side of the Western wall, throw rocks over the wall at the Jews praying there. Because of that reality, there is always a military presence on Friday, but today there were riot police and swat police present. Our Israeli guide was calm and very reassuring, but there was ...
... i.e., recite the “Our Father.”) The walls around the incomplete church have slabs that contain the “Our Father” in languages from all over the world (including Aboriginal American, “Cree” and “Cherokee” versions). We had a moving moment when our classmate, Kieran Donovan, who “back in the day” was a Holy Cross track star from Ireland, read the Our Father to us from the Gallic slab (it was neat ...