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... a shower, got back changed and took a little walk to the Petra Shopping Centre - the lowest place to shop in the world, before waiting at the bus stop for my onward bus to Eilat.
Eilat is the southernmost city in Israel and is separated from the rest of the country by the huge Negev desert. From Ein Bokek at the edge of the Negev it took around three hours of almost emptiness to reach the resort on the Red Sea.
... at this time. The last significant mention of Gezer was when it was taken over by the Maccabees/Hasmonians in the 2nd century BC.
As far as artifacts go, our first stop was the Gezer Calendar. The original was in a museum, but an enlarged bust was left for us to examine. Chris pointed out that it recorded the months of the year along with the harvests that were reaped respectively. There was also a huge Cavern that plunged down a fairly steep ...
... a steep dirt track to get to the best vantage point. Fortunately Yossi has a 4-wheel drive, which got us there with ease, even if somewhat shaken about. We then took the hour-long drive home, first passing the highly secret Dimona nuclear research facility, and then past large numbers of legal and illegal Bedouin settlements before we got back to Omer. Shortly after, Yossi's cousin Dorit arrived from Tel Aviv airport, having just flown in from Geneva, ...
There’s no moral confusion here. If you have come in the name of evil to murder, you have forfeited your life.
But taking a life is the absolute last resort. G-d put that 16 year-old Hamasnik on this planet. For what?
To try to kill Jews? So that in the end we should kill him?
Yes, G-d created evil. Its humanity’s choice.
But this is not how it’s supposed to be. Since day one Judaism has been ...
... to take a different way back to Derech Hebron. Made it there ok. From there I was supposed to go to Ein Getti however I was on the wrong side of the street and it had a different name on my side. After stopping one person who looked it up on WAZ which continued me in the wrong direction, I looked up Mark's address on Google Maps and YEAH! While it couldn't find his address I could look at the map which showed me where I was and I figured it out.