Some Chanukah Business: Rabbis on E1 Expansion, Hevron, Gaza Youth, Super Power Cameras and More

 

 Shira Abramowitz, student at the Pardes Institute of Jewish Studies, illustrated her notes from her visit to Hevron. See more here.

 

 

 

 

One Response to “Some Chanukah Business: Rabbis on E1 Expansion, Hevron, Gaza Youth, Super Power Cameras and More”

  1. 1/ As I wrote in the comment section there, “Where is the photo of that Israeli soldier who said that cameras are our kryptonite”. If there’s no photo…

    2/ I keep writing ‘Hevron’ but my spell-check doesn’t seem to agree. But when I write ‘Hebron’ it does. Who is the illiterate?

    3/ If these Gaza youth feel the way they feel (assuming these are actual Gaza youth), why don’t they leave Gaza completely, as in emigrate?


    Dave Boxthorn · December 14th, 2012 at 12:02 am

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