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- RT @MuscIeFitness: Only those who risk going to far can possibly find out how far one can go. -T.S. Eliot 2 hours ago
- RT @DavidRoads: If your ship doesn't come in, swim out to it. - Jonathan Winters 11 hours ago
- RT @FearAverage: There is no elevator to success. You have to take the stairs. 1 day ago
- RT @Scripture_Truth: Little trials without God will break you. Big trials with God will make you. May you always find strength in God's lov… 1 day ago
- RT @DavidRoads: Pray, forgive yourself, appreciate others, listen to your gut, do things you enjoy, & remind yourself that we are all loved… 1 day ago
- RT @ArmorOGod: Prayer is the most important conversation of the day. 1 day ago
- RT @RorateCaeli: "There's No Such Thing as Moderate Islam": An Iraqi Priest Describes the Christian Genocide bit.ly/1VdZZEl 1 day ago
- RT @Scripture_Truth: Those who know your name trust you because you, Lord, don't abandon those who see you - Psalm 9:10 1 day ago
- Four men appear in Hungary court after deaths of 71 migrants on board lorry in Austria
- Bangkok bombing: Was it the Grey Wolves of Turkey?
- Egypt sentences Al-Jazeera journalists to three years in prison
- Virginia shooting: gunman 'identified with 9/11 attackers'
- Live: Hurricane Katrina 10th anniversary commemorations
- Thai police arrest 'Turkish' suspect over Bangkok shrine bombing
- European ministers meet for security talks in Paris after France train attack
- Missing mother and four children feared to be en-route to Syria
- Thousands take part in anti-government rally in Kuala Lumpur
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Tag Archives: Travel
The latest Gaza violence has devastated Israel’s tourism industry.
Over at First Things: “It’s the journey that matters in the end.” Hasn’t that aphorism, in one form or another, appeared on practically every Yogi tea bag and elementary school homeroom inspirational poster? Who needs that reminder anymore? Well, apparently, … Continue reading
From Bloomberg News: Omer Benjoya took a job this summer selling drinks, snacks and postcards on a hill that offers one of the most breathtaking panoramic views of Jerusalem. Now all the 17-year-old needs are customers. Since hostilities flared this … Continue reading
Ovda, a military airfield, has opened after the FAA and the European Aviation Safety Agency temporarily canceled all flights to Israel due to a Hamas rocket attack on Tuesday. Haaretz is reporting: Transportation Minister Yisrael Katz announced on Wednesday that Israel … Continue reading
Wayne Stiles has a helpful look.
I saw the special British Airways A380 fly-past earlier today, here, in Cape Town. It’s a monster of a plane – the world’s largest passenger airliner! The reason is apparently because BA is starting an A380 service to and from London later … Continue reading
The Via Dolorosa Experience is a new movie that follows the Franciscan friars and other Christians (from all over the world) on their weekly Friday walk and prayer along the Via Dolorosa, the Way of the Cross, in Jerusalem. From the about … Continue reading
Jerusalem is famous for the standard sites tourists visit. The Western Wall, the Temple Mount, the Holocaust Museum, and the Israel Museum top the list of many visitors to Jerusalem. Wayne Stiles: Pilgrims, sightseers, and worshippers from three major … Continue reading