Orchid Jerusalem View Hotel
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After a relaxing afternoon, we went to a nearby park to play some games and get to know each other better as a group. We then walked to the Old City, where the teens enjoyed some shopping time and dinner. We then went to the Kotel (Western Wall) for the first time, learned about its history and significance, and then took some personal time to visit the wall. Before departing, each participant took time to reflect and write a ...
Gush Etsion is the first major settlement established in Israel and started all the controversy that continues to this s day. We were invited to a presentation given by Rabbi Hanan Schlesinger, Ali Abu Awwad and Smuel, three of the main people behind the Roots project. Their goal is to get Palestinians and Israeli settlers to talk to each other as equals, not an easy task. Hanan told how he spent his ...
... had stopped because of Shabbat, and the taxis were wanting exorbitant amounts because it was Shabbat, so we walked! It didn't take long, and was all flat or downhill. We dropped off our parcels, and headed out to Zabtinski again - creatures of habit!
I looked out the window when I got up, and the sun was shining over Jerusalem, shining on the red rooftops that I loved.
Samson country was to be explored today. John has done a lot of study on Samson, and given studies about him. As we drove along we were reminiscing about our experiences on the Burma Road the day before, and what an adventure we'd had! (See STOP PRESS. Extreme Adventures!).
Samson Country is to the west of Jerusalem, along the ...
... own very unholy purposes.
Perhaps when the Messiah comes through Jerusalem’s Golden Gate of Mercy to this holiest place of all, the problems will finally be resolved. I hope the Messiah is enough.
In the meantime, we Jews have the amazing Kotel and its plaza and underground areas, and all of its power and meaning. And the Muslims have al-Aqsa and the Dome of the Rock and the Noble Sanctuary. Perhaps someday we can both pray together for peace and it will just happen. In fact, that might be what is ...