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... hand. Then came the story of how some 70 years later the Jewish rebels defended themselves against the Roman troops led by Flavius Silva. The giant earth ramp which the Romans built to try and take Masada can be clearly seen. Eventually, the truly heroic deed occurred just as the Romans were about to succeed in taking the stronghold when, rather than be captured to become slaves by the Romans, the 960 inhabitants of Masada ...
... again - to build another yeshiva in Akko.
Iris' sister, Orna, lives in a lovely house in Moshav Ami-Oz (a moshav is an agricultural settlement) about 45 minutes from Be'er Sheva (and Iris) and 7 kms from the Gaza. Unfortunately, it is uncomfortably close to the 'action' and all houses here are encouraged to have in-built shelters. When a missile is launched from the Gaza, an alarm is triggered and Orna has 15 seconds to get to ...
... walked for close to 4 hours! A little sustenance was required in the cafe at the base of the cable car terminal before we carried on. Chris ordered a pasta with tomato sauce and the rest of us had combos of felafels, shwarma (spiced meat), chicken schnitzel, salad and pita.
From Masada, we rushed to En Gedi Nature reserve,15 minutes away, to do a short hike. It was the eve of Shavuot (the Jewish harvest celebration) and ...
... Jews living in Gaza Strip for thousands of years, but in 2005 they were only 8,600 Jews living there alongside nearly 1.5 million Palestinians. The Israeli government decided to uni-laterally withdraw the settlers without an agreement from the Palestinians. Now in 2005, I supported the pullout from Gaza, because I did not think that Gaza was worth defending and thought that the settlers were right in losing their homes, as they should not have been there ...
... homes and ran on people's roofs to show who was in charge. Nadav’s stories were very hard to hear, because I could tell that he was a bit ashamed of the things that he did while serving in Hebron. Nadav also had us speak to a Palestinian man from Youth against Settlements. He spoke about his non-violent battle to stop Jewish settlers from taking over more homes in his area known as Tel Rumeida I thought he was very honest, when he said if ...