Jonathan Kahan describes his impressions of Israel in both an emotional and perceptive way. We all live in our own “bubble” and these bubbles never seem to cross. One day he goes for a swim in the sea where he has an historical epiphany. He imagines all the great historical characters who ever passed this land – from Abraham to Ben Gurion – meeting and interacting in a peaceful and constructive way. If only it had happened like that!More...
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