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... br> went to visit the new pizza place in
Jerusalem (Sbarro). Yahooda didn’t like all the noise and people so he asked
his friend to leave with him. The friend was reluctant but finally acquiesced
to Yahooda and they left. He said that 15 seconds after they walked out of
Sbarro, the place blew up. I am not sure but I think it was a suicide bomber. He said they felt the blast
and everything was dark. He was 15 seconds away from being killed, ...
... on the rooftop of the Austrian Hospice, where you can easily see the Dome of the Rock, the Kotel, and the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in one small part of your field of vision,” I said.
“Yes. But there’s more to the sacred geography than that,” Zev answered.
According to the apocalyptic literature, at the end of days, the Acharit Hayamim, the holy mountain (the Temple Mount, by tradition, but I guess we’ll find out ...
... years, including adding light rail and train systems, but growth has outstripped even these improvements. Driving here in the metropolitan areas takes time.
I have always liked Haifa, which mostly seems like an orderly German-Jewish interloper in the Middle Eastern messiness of most of Israel. It is set on a series of mountains and hills overlooking the Mediterranean, and it has some of the scenic virtue of other cities that ring a harbor, like ...
... out but by1917 the Middle East theatre had become critical to the outcome of the war and framed the shape of post war settlement that still reverberates in the Middle East today. •The service was co-hosted by the Australian Embassy and present was David Sharma, the Ambassador who gave a short synopsis of the battle,reminding all the part played by the 4th. Australian Light Horse Brigade who charged ...
... also that day but was too emotionally drained. My old pal Joss Hobbs, who now lives in Dachau (not the camp!) came to join us for the weekend- so lovely of her and we had a great time catching up. We visited the East Side Gallery which is a long section of the Berlin Wall that is covered in art works. I was also fortunate to join a rally against antisemitism staged at the Brandenburg Gate. Many dignitaries ...