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Al Aqaba: an Awesome Place to Visit In Palestine

If you’re thinking about visiting Palestine and are looking for a cool, low-cost, out-of-the-way place to visit or and/or to help out you might want to consider Al Aqaba. (Al Aqaba, Palestine–not Aqaba in Jordan!! That’s a separate adventure and … Continue reading

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Rainbow In A Castle! (Schloss Walchen)

After the ZEGG Summer Camp, I had about 10 days free that I wasn’t sure what to do with. I’d forgotten that the European Gathering was happening in Austria during the month of August, that is, until I was offered … Continue reading

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A Watermelon on Shuhada Street threatens Israeli Security

I posted a video on Facebook that seemed to cause a bit of confusion in my viewers, so I thought it might warrant a bit of explanation. You see, many thought that this watermelon might actually pose a real threat. … Continue reading

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What Drew So Many Muslims to ISIS (Daesh)?

Not knowing exactly where to go next, I decided to get dropped off at the town at the turn off to Wadi Rum. This way I could either continue south to Aqaba and then pass into Israel or I could … Continue reading

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New Beauty In Al Aqaba

In the two years since I’ve been gone Al Aqaba has gone through some extraordinary changes. If you’ve read The Non-Violent Resistance of Al Aqaba, you’ll know something of the struggles this community has gone through. Yet despite the constant … Continue reading

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A Night Escapade in Petra

Those of you who know me know that I’m not above sneaking into a place that would be cost-prohibitive otherwise. Granted, I usually avoid such places, but once in a while there’s a compelling reason to enter. You may also … Continue reading

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Into the Dana Preserve

After the morning’s excitement with the police and some falafel, I took off south. Once I got on the correct road, I immediately was invited to lunch again. Something I have a firm belief in when I travel is to … Continue reading

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