Archive for the 'Israel/Palestine' Category

We pay for Pain

Unfortunatly, I think this might be the last blog of my trip. Today is our last day here and then only a few days in NYC, and then it is over. However, I think I will still blog a bit. When I get back I will figure out a way to get a bunch of […]

Confronting Iraq

I told you I would talk about this more later, so I will try and get a little bit out now. At the end, if you want scroll down, I have a quick story about getting back to Israel. Back to the conversation I had with my friend Ahamad from Baghdad. Just to refresh, he […]

Behind the Walls

Today was the day that I have been long awaiting. I am still in so much shock at what I have seen, it seems difficult to explain what has happened. I knew before coming on this trip that I could not leave Israel without going and seeing the other side. Especially after spending the last […]

A lesson in History

Honestly, I dont even know how to blog about the last two days. Isreal, a place like none other. Two days ago Nomi’s family decided to head up North to these natural springs. We went up there for the whole day. It was teh most unbelievable water I have ever been in. Crystal clear, with […]

City of the World

Jeruslam, city of the world. I can honestly say that I have never seen, nor experienced anything like this. In all of 5 minutes you are bombarded and confronted with every social, religious and political tension known to this world. As I walked the streets the sites gave evidence to the multiple countries who have […]

Nostalgic at Heart

Well I dont have too much time, but to those faithful blog readers of mine I thought I would send a quick update before things get hectic with site seeing. We just arrived in Jersalem and will be here for 4 days and then off to 10 days in Egypt, Jordan and Sinai. So the […]