Jerusalem Diaries II: What's Really Happening in Israel
Xulon Press, 2007 - 271 من الصفحات
Ever read the news from the Middle East and want to know more about what's really happening inside the countries that make up this fascinating and troubling region? In Jerusalem Diaries II you'll learn from an insider about the captivating people, places and events in Israel, the Holy Land. Jerusalem Diaries II reveals the inspiring stories of how some ordinary Israeli citizens deal with the extraordinary circumstances they face on an ongoing basis. Award-winning Jerusalem based writer Judy Lash Balint brings to life the smallest details of Israeli daily existence. She puts the plethora of cultural and religious events into context and vividly describes some of the places that made news over the past few years. Visit www.jerusalemdiaries.com for Judy's up-to-the-minute stories from Israel.
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The Lighter Side
Extraordinary Ordinary Israelis
Cultivating Our Friends
What Were Up Against
In Tense Times
The Show Must Go On Cultural and Intellectual Life
The Holy and the NotSoHoly
Disengagement The Tragic Demise of Gazas Jewish Communities
About the Author
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