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I'm back in a first world country, and despite enjoying my detour through Egypt and Jordan there are a few comforts I have missed. These include tap water that I can drink and paying for things by credit card. Unfortunately, arrival in Israel also means everything has now doubled in price and there are far more tourists around. I guess you win some and lose some. This morning I got up early to tackle the King Hussein / Allenby Bridge Crossing. ...
... Hezekiah’s tunnel, built as part of Jerusalem’s defense, which fell eventually anyway, as Jeremiah predicted. God will not protect you, he said, because there is no justice in this city, no connection to what truly matters. Deaf ears then, deaf ears now. But our guide spoke with great concern & sensitivity about the problems in East Jerusalem, about attempts to resolve hem, about how the larger divisions get in the way. Where are we ...
... themselves disgusted with the occupation and much of what is done by those in power and yet stress the complexities and difficulties ahead in securing two states. Coming back to Jersualem, neighbourhoods are very clearly divided into sections of the community with east and west Jerusalem divided by a main road. West Jerusalem is where the Jewish communities reside but even with these communities there is conflict and segmentation between how being ...
... up North to visit varied friends ie Carole and Mike Morris at Kibbutz Rosh Hanikra, Bryan and Dganit Evans at Kibbutz Hazorea and Oren and Aliza Zauder in Kfar Tavor. It was wonderful catching up with them all and the driving around was a real challenge - especially when the WAZE app took us off the beaten track through Arab villages with very narrow streets. we spent Rosh Hashana in a VILE apartment in Tiberias where I literally ended up sleeping on the floor (like ...
... The Call to Prayer and the church bells mingle in an uneasy harmony, and outside the city - always the sound of horns honking. I'm told to cover my shoulders in one quadrant of the city, and my legs in another. At one point, both Bruce and I were admonished for crossing our legs in an Orthodox Church. Over the course of a few minutes, we see a Franciscan monk in his plain brown tunic and a Greek Orthodox priest ...