Rimonim Shalom Hotel Jerusalem
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... for us in the sharing
of Israel’s Hope that we have been invited to share with others so that when we
are called away when Messiah returns, they know what it means and that it
doesn’t come as a surprise to them. The
constant ambivalence of this world is wearing and Yishai’s talk highlighted the
importance of being vigilant in everything we ...
... available for the children and their families, and is also working to change the attitude in society to be more welcoming and inclusive.
Naomi (Monise's cousin) and Benjy, who toured us through Beit Issie, spoke about how in the Holocaust, people with disabilities were the very first to be taken to the gas chambers, as they were not part of ...
... above. Once the "patty pans" had been scraped the tray rotated and they fell into the hot oil below. A very efficient system.
Off we then wandered, home. I brought the washing in, and while Ron had a wee nana nap, I tried to catch up on some blog (I lost all I'd done, which made me very cross!). I tried to tidy up, and made some filled rolls, ready for when Emma got home at 4.15, when we headed for Jerusalem.
Em arrived home at ...
... previously theirs. What frequently happens is a portion of land is deemed a security interest, so a farmer’s olive fields are confiscated at a whim, thus destroying his livelihood with little explanation or remedy.
Land and its control! I cannot help but think of colonialism – perhaps the British confiscation of land in Kenya. The people who lost their land called themselves the “land and freedom Fighters,”but the ...
... we went from north (roughly opposite Jerusalem) to south. The first was the Sorek Valley, which was guarded by Beth Shemesh. This valley was where Samson and Samuel were from. It is also where the Ark of the Covenant returned from the Philistines to Judah, and where King Joash of Israel defeated King Amaziah of Judah. The second was the Valley of Elah, guarded by Azekah. This valley is where David defeated Goliath. We could picture the Philistine ...