Ein Gedi Resort Hotel
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... the doors and pulled them off. Macphelah is now divided into a Moslem and Jewish section. Unfortunately, the cave section is under Muslim control. Besides some rushed exploring done by a little girl small enough to get through the hole and snap some photos, it hasn't been truly explored.
Following the presenting we went into the Jewish controlled side of the building. The crusader part has crumbled away but interestingly enough the original Herod building still stands and is ...
... times which is a good thing I was rocking my Seattle Mariners cap crooked. The Western Wall is considered to be closest to the former Temple, which makes it the most sacred site and holiest places on earth recognized by Judaism outside the Temple Mount itself. Funny enough, right above the Western Wall is the Dome of the Rock where the prophet Muhammad, founder of Islam, is believed to have ascended into heaven from this site and received the ...
... later perhaps). I believe that since the last war with Gaza in 2014 (as it is referred to) and even before, general attitude in Europe and America (to a lesser degree) has been moving towards a more pro-Palestinian stance. This can be seen by demonstrations, national regonition and increasing condemnation of the Israeli occupation of the West Bank. As such, this has been perceived by those I have spoken to as an anti-Israeli stance. I'm not trying to ...
•Leaving Jericho we spotted a sycamore tree,Zacchaeus the short tax collector who climbed the tree to see Jesus pass by was a resident of the new city which sprung up after Herod the Great built a winter palace here not far from the ruins. •It is a short distance to Jerusalem from Jericho and I was amazed that we were on such a steep gradient.Three times a year the children of Israel were commanded to go up to the temple at Jerusalem, ...
... In The Holy Land". Beforehand I thought that he had drawn a tough gig and would struggle to keep us awake. He was excellent! Alex Awad is a Christian Arab Palestinian and gave us a whole new perspective on the Arab Israeli conflict from his point of view. Sadly I think I'm now more pessimistic than ever about a resolution. Tomorrow is Sunday and we head off early for two nights and three days in Galilee. I will have limited access to wi-fi so don't know how my blogging will ...