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... Being at the Wall on a Thursday meant that there were many Bar Mitzvah's taking place. We were permitted to go right up to the Wall – men (with heads covered) to the left and women to the right.
We continued on and there was a definite feeling, rather than a line or fence, that we had passed into the Arab Quarter. Here there was a labyrinth of shop lined passages. One of the most famous was Via Dolorosa which Christ went down ...
... and involved many people. So many thanks to:
Joel Pearlman and Tamara Miller
Robin Stanley from the Point Cook Flying Club
Aaron Stephenson and Allan Brooks from AOPA Australia
Shay Popper and Yigal Merav from AOPA Israel
I have to particularly single out Yigal in that list, who went to meetings to plead my case and made many phone calls to get my permission through. Even then met me as I ...
... the subject of great tension and some Muslim violence in the intervening time. In his view, the Dome of the Rock is the very last great building constructed in the Classical world of antiquity, prior to the medieval period. When the true creator of the Islamic Empire, the Caliph Omar, visited Jerusalem shortly after the Muslim conquest, he was told by a Jewish convert to Islam named Ka’ab that the best place to build a Muslim holy place in Jerusalem was on ...
... back along the road to the goat farm, we mostly backtracked on our way to the Moshav. We made it back with less than 10 minutes to spare before dinner began. Thanks to Kailey's suggestion, we now call ourselves "The Mountain Goats." It was a fantastic day!
P.S. - We talked to Bill the next day after class and found out the fence was the border of the West Bank. Needless to say, we will be hiking the other direction next time we visit the valley!
... to light up. However, my first bites of dessert were a bit gross because of them. When they stopped and I was able to continue my dessert, I realized that it wasn't that great anyway. The top part was a sweet honey-pistachio mixture that I enjoyed, but the bottom part was a tasteless white mass that reminded me of soaked rice.
Next, they served coffee and did a grinding demo where they showed us how they put the beans in the grinder and add cardamom. I'm not sure why ...