Monthly Archives: December 2011

Hirsch and Sorrel.

The following section is not from Israela. It is part of the material I had considered early on in the writing process, and decided not to include. I thought it might interest my friends as it evokes memories of an earlier Jerusalem. 
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Hirsch and Sorrel It was the late 1950s. Our field, not yet buried between city blocks, was an open space we kids used as a short cut to school, overgrown with bracken and encrusted with ancient, boulder-like stones. There were caves in this field dating back to biblical times.                      Hirsch and Sorrel lived here. Figures… Continue Reading

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Reviews This is the most even handed view that I have seen of a polarizing conflict since it portrays the humanity of the competitors for some of the most sought after real estate in the world. It reveals the character, values, flaws, and heroism of ordinary yet often noble citizens in their struggle to exist… Continue Reading

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Review of Israela by Dr. Gary Golden.

This is the most even handed view that I have seen of a polarizing conflict since it portrays the humanity of the competitors for some of the most sought after real estate in the world. It reveals the character, values, flaws, and heroism of ordinary yet often noble citizens in their struggle to exist in… Continue Reading

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