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Next, we visited an assisted-living home nearby, to bring some pre-Shabbat joy to its residents. Many of the residents here are survivors of the Holocaust and/or veterans of the IDF and its predecessors. Despite some language barriers, our ...
... watch American basketball instead, so he didn’t go.
That day his best friend was stoned to death in the Gaza Strip. What the ****.
It was so interesting and heart-breaking to hear real stories from just a
regular dude who lives in Israel. His stories aren’t unique. They are very
typical. And yet, he says he holds no ill-will to the Palestines and would much
prefer peace to continued conflict. Israel has compulsive service- 2 years ...
... with Jerusalem’s general orientation east towards the Temple Mount. But an invisible line between them allows you to align yourself towards Mecca for prayer. This is commonly done in Islamic sacred architecture in Uzbekistan, for example, and many other places. If at first Mohammed decreed that Islamic prayer would be towards Jerusalem, the standard of facing Mecca and the Kaba has long replaced that concept.
The Dome of the Rock was built ...
... quickly. I head north from Ben Gurion Airport towards Haifa on a clean modern highway and pass the hi-tech center in north Tel Aviv and Herzliyah, including Microsoft's giant facility. It is immediately clear that the development gap in the Middle East is growing, not shrinking, and that the information revolution has exacerbated that process.
When I was in Sharm el-Sheikh they were busy preparing for the summit visit of Russian Czar, er, President ...
Our second day in Israel was to spend the whole time in Jerusalem in which there are lots of things to see. We entered the Old City through the West gate and saw the tombs of the two architects who built the city walls for King Soloman. The streets are mostly marble paving stones and pedestrianised but there are also lots of steps. The narrow streets lined with all the shops in the various quarters are also fascinating. Our first stop was at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre which ...