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... the other side and went to a restaurant for lunch. The only source of income for these Palestinans is the tourist dollar, so the lunches and the stop at the Bethlehem Souvenir Palace were mandatory for all tour buses. After lunch we went to Bethlehem to visit the first church, oldest church, where Jesus was born.
He was born in a cave, a church was built on top of this cave, then destroyed, rebuilt, etc for numerous times through history. ...
... easy path leads from the car park to the viewing point, passing the ancient ruins of Gamla, which was destroyed by the Romans. A Roman catapault shows how this destruction happened and there is a path down to the village which, unfortunately, we didn't have time to take. Later on, we came to the vulture lookout which is perched on top of the gorge to give viewers the chance to observe the birds from above. Having read several reviews of the reserve, we ...
... They are now a community that does not try to separate itself from those who act in terrible ways in their name.
The Palestinians in Hebron are also not innocent of committing violent acts against the people of Hebron. One instance includes a sniper who deliberately targeted a 10 month old baby for death. The Palestinians have reacted to the occupation with violence and violence begets more violence. I think that the actions of some of ...
... the mainstay of their income is a series of guest houses, a restaurant, and little convention center.
Seven years after the founding, a group of Messianic Jews joined the Finns. After that there was an influx of Israeli Jews, with much intermarriage, so that the spoken language of the moshav is now Hebrew—Finnish was finished. And Yad Hashmona has become a center for Messianic Judaism in Israel. As a special treat, visitors ...
... Shabbat, things were a bit more animated, and several actual Bar Mitzvahs were under way. After I had prayed at the wall a Hassid came up to me and gently asked if I were Jewish. Of course, I said. Would you be part of a minyan? A minyan is a quorum of ten Jewish adults required in order to perform certain religious ceremonies. Somewhat abashed, I agreed and followed him to the area just next to the black barrier that runs perpendicular to the ...
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