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... Prisoners Museum, an old Turkish fort that was converted into a prison by British Mandatory forces in the years before Israel was established. There we learned about the stories of Jewish prisoners from the Haganah, Etzel, and Lehi movements and a daring attempt at escape. Next, we went to the Al Jazzar Mosque, a beautiful structure which is the second largest mosque in Israel. We also learned about Ramadan, the Muslim holy month which ...
... She was so excited for us to be in her home. She prepared her favorite Arab food--fava beans cooked in garlic and olive oil, 2 types of humus, several cheeses, lunch meats, and of course baklava for dessert. We had juice to drink with lunch, then turkish coffee after lunch. I guess it wasn't all Arab food. (I have learned that "Arab" is not a nasty word. Intellectually I know they aren't all ...
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... very helpful salesman who proceeded to choose and play several CDs, all of which he described as awesome.
Even better, the shop had stacks of vinyl records, a rare sight anywhere, let alone in a major airport.
The moral of the story: When going through Israeli security, don't assume that what is happening to others will happen to you. ...
... And to further scramble up Jewish celebrations, attached to each group was a man, presumably the father, blowing on a big shofar, a ram’s horn which is traditionally blown only on Rosh Hashanah. Fellini Jerusalem. But the most Felliniesque part was that each cluster had one or more bearded men dressed all in white, including a white headdress pinned to the head with big sunglasses. These Men in White were wildly beating drums strapped to ...
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