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... remain but the western wall due to its close proximity to the "Holy of Holies" in the temple make it the most significant site in the world for the Jewish people. •A few metres away from the prayer area is the entrance to the Western Wall Tunnels,first discovered by British archeologists in the 19th. Century,but the real digging was done after the six day war.The Western Wall is impressive,but it's greatness is exposed when you descend underground ,as ...
... the old city the most remarkable thing was the fact that there were cars parked anywhere. I mean, even for Jerusalem, this was remarkable. Even in those narrow streets there were three lanes of cars parked. Possibly there was room to drive through the remaining space but I'm not convinced! The other thing to note was the amount of rubbish everywhere - like one of our cities when the garbos have been on strike for a week! Then when we entered the old city we encountered a swarm of ...
We left Tiberius and drove straight to Jerusalem - about a two hour drive. GPS Sally was doing quite well as we entered Jerusalem on a very major road when all,of a sudden we noticed there were no other cars around us but there were many ultra Orthodox Jews wandering in the streets, and then we came to a police road block! Did I mention this was Shabbat (Jewish day of rest). You should have heard the panic in Len's voice! Managed to U-turn out of ...
... was coming and going, praying and chanting; bobbing and swaying, children were running around; it was a very happening place! As I had not eaten all day, the smell of Shabbat dinner was enough to make me swoon. This group of Yad Vashemniks seems very different from our raucous bunch. Every one of them that I met was very religious; I had dinner sitting with a very interesting Franciscan friar. Ah well, to each his own. I am very tired, so Ciao for ...
... to think about how the elderly could contribute to the young State.
A former school teacher named Myriam Mendilow was disturbed by this phenomenon in many ways. The sheer human suffering was of great concern to her, as well as the loss of self-respect suffered by the elderly. Ms. Mendilow was also upset by the negative way in which her students viewed the elderly: dependent on others, useless, irrelevant.
She decided to take matters into her own hands ...