After a long day of travel from the Galilee region down to Jericho and the Dead Sea, we finally made our way to Jerusalem in time for a visit to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, dinner at Jacob’s Pizza, and then finally, a visit to pray at the Western Wall, a site sacred to both Jews and Christians. 90 more words
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Holy Lands Tour Day 3 – Bethlehem
Today we stood in a Bethlehem shepherd’s field beneath a fig tree and sang “Oh, Little Town of Bethlehem, and a few other hymns, and talked together about what it must have been like for the shepherds on the night of Jesus’s birth. 564 more words
When I visited the Western Wall I just left my tourist hat on because I was not going to wear one of those stupid beanies. I wanted to wear no hat actually, but I figured that would cause offence, so I just left my regular hat on. 171 more words
Next time Jews accuse the Catholic church of not allowing women to enter the priesthood, ask them why Jewish women cannot pray at the Western Wall.
Apparently, it’s a matter of “conscience”.
Jewish Double Standards:
(THIS ARTICLE IS COURTESY OF THE TIMES OF ISRAEL)