Month: March 2014

A Miracle of Life in the Galilee

One of the reasons I moved to the Galilee a little over three years ago was because of the diversity and daily multicultural encounters we experience here. Jews, Bedouins, Arab Muslims, Arab Christians, Circassians, Druze… we all live side by side in a fragile co-existence that defies the odds. Our small community of Hannaton is …

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An Insignificant Hill

Looking out my front porch, I enjoy oaks and pines, vast olive groves, a beautiful Beit Netofah valley floor checkered with shades of green and brown agricultural fields,  two mountain ranges dotted with Bedouin villages and a small, green hill in the middle of it all. In Israel, however, one can never make assumptions or …

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