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... people go ahead and renovate their property, they are subject to eviction and possible demolition of the property. Of course, if the property needs improvement and does not get it, it is subject to demolition as well.
After this, we walked through the beautiful Jewish Quarter of the Old City, rebuilt after being destroyed in the 1948 war. We ate a box lunch in a shady courtyard before returning to the hotel.
At the ...
... Rock is one of the most beautiful buildings in the world, with its symmetrical octagonal shape, its brilliant blue tiles, and of course, its gleaming golden dome.
After exploring the beautiful plaza around the Dome of the Rock, we headed down the hill and walked over to the Garden of Gethsemane and the Church of All Nations next to it. As I had two years ago, I found the Garden a beautiful rest from all the stone of the Old ...
... that it's not my tradition not to spend money on the Sabbath, but that I respect his, and that I'd go find somebody else to give me directions.
On the one hand, I respect that he doesn't want to enable what he sees as a sin. On the other hand, I was clearly going there anyway and clearly have different beliefs than him, so maybe he could respect my lifestly choices too. It's a *************, as I know I'd give somebody directions to a McDonalds, ...
... neighborhood. Israel has ruled the city since 1967, but Jews are not allowed entry to Muslim sections. School are taught by each religion so there is no mixing of students and the curriculum does not present the other side. There is very little communication between the religious communities. Our morning tour started atop the Mount of Olives where over 150,000 Jews have been buried over the past three thousand years. This is supposed to be part of ...
... there but soo much to see.
The Western wall/Wailing wall is considered sacred by the Jews but it is really only a small part of a retaining wall for the Second Temple. They used to come here and lament the loss of the temple so the name Wailing wall. Last night I went for a look and there was thousands of people there. They looked like they were partying and having picnics. It turns out they were where for some kind ...