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... and not the French were to take the land for a period. One layer of protection, cacti which were introduced into the Holy land in the early 18th century.
You can see Nazareth on the horizon and it's supposed that masons and carpenters would have come from poorer Nazareth, to work in wealthier Zippori! The word carpenter in scripture is more accurately 'craftsman' and would have more likely ...
... decorated walls and columns, and its ancient Torah, which carries the legend that by its merit the wall in which its ark sits was saved from a devastating earthquake. The number of ancient Torah scrolls!
Two facts I learned: First, the Rift valley, famous (to Robin and me) from the Leakey family paleontology finds, extends from Africa through Ethiopia to the Red Sea up the Jordan Valley through Israel to Syria, and with it the Syria-Africa fault line, with ...
... when we went to Bethelem the other day and the opportunity presented itself, guess who was the first one up on a camel? He said to me, "My daughter told me not to even think about it!" "What would she know?" I said. He's been everywhere on this tour and climbed all the steps. By the same token everyone in the group is looking after him and giving him a hand. All in all it's great for all of us that he's here. The other thing that happened last night was that I had ...
Shalom & welcome to my blog. I am thrilled you have joined me on this adventure. My intent is to share this journey with you on a daily basis, however, that will depend on internet availability. Don't worry though, you will not miss out on anything; I promise.
July 1st marked the 4-year anniversary of my rabbi-wife's first day at Bnai Havurah. Starting on that day, and probably prior to that, it ...
... Yochai) in Meron. Most of the Israelis I asked about going said that it was a crazy idea and that I'd have to be stupid to go. However, none of them had ever been, so I decided that they didn't really know what they were talking about and that it would be a great idea to go.
The first part of my journey was just figuring out how to get there. The only information I saw on the internet was that police were going to turn away all private ...