Tag Archives: #Gaza

Let the Stones Speak

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Let the Dead Pull some Strings for Peace

Israel is a country of visionaries, although these days most seem to specialize in visions of tragedy.  A visionary jewelry designer “read” my personality as a visionary, detailing my way of experiencing events immediately and emotionally, then needing to pull … Continue reading

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Enter the Stranger

While Tel Aviv was basking in the sun at the beach, the other light has been the gesture of recognizing the stranger. Rachelle Fraenkel, mother of the slain teenager Naftali, cut through an enormous mass of insecurity, fear, hostility when … Continue reading

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The Tel Aviv Bubble Bursts

Another steamy day in Tel Aviv. It’s hot, close to 90. The construction crews are out with their vats of concrete. They’re throwing ropes from the roofs of the Bauhaus buildings, previously white, now half of them patchy, gray.   People … Continue reading

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