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Perceptions and Misconceptions

You could cut the hostility with a knife.  The stares, the disdain, the occasional expectoration as our group passed a cadre of Arabs as we journeyed down the narrow streets of the old city.  Jerusalem, the ancient capital of the Jewish people is a beautiful place to visit if you’re willing to watch your guard at all times.  As my fiance and I were soon to find out, violence can erupt at any time.

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Jerrold L. Sobel
By Jerrold L. Sobel

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