Prima Park Hotel Jerusalem
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Shavua Tov from Jerusalem!
We have had a fun first few days in Israel exploring Jerusalem and welcoming in our first Shabbat of the program!
On Thursday, we began the day at the Haas Promenade, a scenic outlook that overlooks Jerusalem. There, we talked about the significance of Mount Moriah, commonly known as the Temple Mount, and that its importance in Judaism goes all the way back to Abraham, Isaac and Jacob. After enjoying the scenic view ...
... areas Palestinians wishing to travel between areas must show a visa. The United Nations is trying to provide schooling for these refugees (these are people that were uprooted from their homes when the Israelis annexed their territories.). There are about 40,000 of these fugues in Jerusalem - they are not citizens and they cannot vote. We then took a tour of the Church of the Nativity which is supposed to be located over where Jesus was born. Maybe I ...
... ride home, a juice each (mine was banana, date and melon - yum), and a bag of fresh dates and one of figs. The figs and dates were 50 shekels per kg (NZ$16.60).
Another taxi got us back to ...
What you believe you see (Golgotha Al-Aqsa Mount Moriah et al)
The secrets of incense and the votive candle.
A wall where a wall was expected,
A wall where one wasn't, both found. Adjacent,
The groundwork of small shattered houses.
Varieties of smoke blur conclusion and processions of faithful abound.
More scratches of crosses and names than one could ever count
Recorded in layers defying precision ...
... observe from the outside only.
“It is beautiful but strange to be on the site of the ancient Temple, knowing that none of its structures survived Roman destruction, and that it has been variously been rebuilt by Romans, Byzantines, Arabs, Crusaders, Mamelukes, and Ottoman Turks. But there is still a magnetic Jewish valence to this place. I do not know if God was resident specifically in this place, although our ancestors certainly felt that. But it ...