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The Holy Land

Over the years, I’ve visited Israel a few times on business. The country is a landscape photographers paradise, but business trips usually mean that most of the time is spent on meeting rooms. 244 more words

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Dancer In The Dark

In April, my faith took a break in the dark.

I spent most of my free time sleeping, not out of tiredness but out of general demotivation. 536 more words


Ethiopian Israelis remain bitter amid govt’s pledge to fight racism

By AMLAKIE ZELEKE,  Correspondent   MAY 22, 2015


round a thousand Ethiopian Israelis marched in Tel Aviv earlier this week to protest against institutional racism in Israel. 466 more words


Muhanad Badawi and Nader Elhuzayel - ISIS Recruits Arrested By FBI Near L.A.

NBC News — Two men arrested by the FBI on suspicion of terrorism in Southern California were charged Friday with conspiring to support ISIS after agents tapping their phones heard them saying it would be “a blessing to fight for the cause of Allah,” according to prosecutors. 98 more words


Israel and the Westbank in March

I was practicing my Hebrew phrases even before boarding the flight bound for Tel Aviv from Brussels International.
That settled down as I was sat on the plane with an extremely hot trendy single traveller, I quickly decided this guy wouldn’t be much of a talker, what with his hair, tan and what looked like a genuinely expensive wrist watch so I tried to get some shut eye. 5,429 more words


Bored and Beautiful in Tel Aviv: Vaadat Charigim’s Blurry, Existential Rock

“That’s the GPS answering your question: ‘Looking for meaning in two miles.’ ”

Juval Haring is navigating sinuous afternoon traffic while fielding queries about existential boredom. 992 more words