Rimonim Shalom Hotel Jerusalem
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... a fascinating discussion with Rabbi Bill Berk about the Jewish values behind social justice, and how they connect to what we are doing on this trip, as well as this week's Torah portion.
After a festive Shabbat lunch, we took a few hours to rest and relax, and enjoy the company of our group. We then took a walking tour of the area near our hotel, learning about the rich history that has taken place just steps from where we have been staying. We ...
... partly excavated and part museum. They I thought I would go to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre since I was near by and I errrr got lost. I can see the Dome of the Rock from my dunny window and the Al-Aqsa Mosque from my balcony but I couldn't get to them today. I will try again tomorrow. I headed home and believe it or not I came out on the same road I went in on after being lost for 2 hours. I probably just walked around in circles.
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After leaving the Dome of the Rock. We went down to the Wailing Wall, ladies one side and men the other. Emma and I had to wear a sort of silk cardi thing.
... the wall on either side. He told me how what used to be a 5 minute trip from one side to the other (to visit a family member or go to the store) was now more than 45 minutes of maneuvering around Israeli checkpoints, walls and questioning. Like the dual roads, it is stated that the wall is a measure of self-defense against hostile Palestinians who seek to kill Israeli Jews. But I would soon learn how weak this "self-defense" argument is. The wall ...
... stone building with a wooden lookout built over the top. This looks over the lush Sorek Valley [ Samson's territory ] and the city of Beth Shemesh.
The little stone building was once the home of the head official of the village of Sora'a which was captured and then abandoned in the 1948 War of Independence. Later on the first members of Kibbutz Tzora were housed there until moved to their permanent homes in the valley below.
Apart from the stone ...