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... out of the camp. They have all gone on to become high-achievers living in various countries across the world. He put that down to the strong Christian values instilled in them by his mother. He said she taught them not to look back and be resentful but to move forward. Wise sentiments! I also thought of our recent experience with refugees in Australia and the disgraceful efforts of both sides of politics. Anyway, enough of that! We didn't go there! Instead we ...
... whom offered me a place to stay. I was so grateful for my own bed, hot shower, and quiet place to rest my head and write. With that my time in Israel was almost over and what a better way to end it than a home cooked meal by Sarah Morduch herself. So Shira and I bused over to Sarah and Roey's apartment and enjoyed, food and wine, while looking at all the wedding pictures I had taken and remembering all the fun that had happened in the past two weeks. ...
... the Struthion Pool was actually not the Pavement where Pilate judged Christ, even though it had previously been thought to be up until 30-40 years ago. Instead, the starting point of Christ's walk to the cross was probably on the west side of the city—closer to where Pilate would have lived—away from his lower ranking soldiers on the east side of Jerusalem. On the way back to the bus, we passed the Dung and ...
... I found out later that the Iron Dome took it out. I have lost count of the number of people who have thanked me for being here with them during these troubled times. They hate Obama, and I am beginning to understand why as I have been hearing about the emails that the Americans here have been getting from the State Department. I think Hilary would have been the better choice. Anyway, I have more and more respect for the Israeli people the more I see ...
... it can be seen that between the branches of the olive tree a new seed is sprouting, a golden grain of tolerance."
The monument is situated on a hill marking the divide between Jewish Armon HaNetziv and Arab Jabel Mukaber, just outside the United Nations headquarters.
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