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Next, we visited an assisted-living home nearby, to bring some pre-Shabbat joy to its residents. Many of the residents here are survivors of the Holocaust and/or veterans of the IDF and its predecessors. Despite some language barriers, our ...
... that house Israeli snipers whose presence exact fear on average, everyday citizens. I wonder if you can see this wall from the window of your home. Does it color your view like the rolling green hills or the flower beds in your garden or the olive trees that so distinctly mark Palestine? I wonder if you can imagine a world where one day you and your 8 siblings can travel without the military checkpoints and be allowed to visit places outside ...
... sacred to all Christians, with different chapels and relics belonging to the different Christian denominations. Unfortunately, we didn't have enough time or background information to fully appreciate everything that we saw. We need to come back to Jerusalem for a more leisurely and detailed visit. Next, we followed the Via Dolorosa, now a narrow, crowded covered alley lined with shops and full of character. This led us to the Muslim ...
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... br> They are a country with no oil, that's why they need our Aid. Their main export is potash. They are fairly self supporting as far as agriculture goes. They do import their rice from California.
They are environmentally aware and work very hard to preserve precious water resources. Most of them build their homes so that the flat roof is tiled and can collect rain water during their rainy season.
Women are ...