Monthly Archives: September 2011

This year in Jerusalem

The next day we traveled to the holiest of holy lands – Jerusalem. A great thing about traveling with Jews (besides how little they complain) was I didn’t have to be embarrassed about my pathetic knowledge of Christianity. Israel just … Continue reading

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4,000 of History

Blogging about historical “facts” in Israel is absolutely impossible. I just attempted to write about the first day we spent in the Golan Heights (northern Israel – used to be part of Syria until 1967, still considered “occupied territory” by … Continue reading

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עם ישראל חי

Time to start blogging! Right now I am about two-thirds of the way through my trip to Israel. I just finished the organized portion through Birthright Taglit, and I am now in Tel Aviv with Lauren. I am going to … Continue reading

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