Monthly Archives: January 2009

Israel Bucket list

As I have previously posted my Israel assignment is going to be shorter than expected.  How much shorter?  No idea.  I am guessing we will be back sometime within next 6 month and that’s the best estimation I have.  The … Continue reading

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Hiking in the Ramon Crater

It’s been a while since our last post, and a few things have happened.  First, we got some news from my work and we might be leaving Israel much sooner than expected.  We are still not exactly sure when, the … Continue reading

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A hike in Ein Gedi

While missiles were landing in Kiryat Gat, Rita, Jon, Carrie, and I were enjoying a nice hike at Ein Gedi Nature Reserve.  I guess we chose a good day for a hike. Ein Gedi is a desert oasis close to … Continue reading

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And life goes on

Well, I actually wrote a draft of a political post.  After I read the draft again, I realized that it sounds just like David’s post.  So, I think mine is going to remain unpublished.  Since David and I talk about … Continue reading

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I’m baaackk!

I am finally back in Israel.  I flew in last night and let me tell you…again…it is a damn long flight.  It was extra long this time because I was sitting next to an Orthodox Jewish couple, and they pretended … Continue reading

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Disproportionate use of force (Updated)

Disproportionate use of force With the ongoing operation in Gaza, Israel has recently come under pressure from the international community in regards to what leaders and the media are saying is “disproportionate” use of force.  With the death toll in … Continue reading

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