Built entirely with donations from Muslim believers, the Hejaz Railway – known as the Railway of Peace - was built between 1901 and 1908. It covered over 1,000 km from Damascus to the Medina region. Sadly only a very small part of the remarkable engineering achievement still exists. Norman Rubin brings it to life in this article about an exhibition held to commemorate its 100th anniversary.More...
There is a museum of Bedouin culture in the North Eastern region of the Negev. The clothing, traditions, and culture of these desert dwellers is comprehensively addressed as their hospitality is enjoyed in the Bedouin tent which houses the exhibits.More...
How has our society been able to change so much, and bureaucracy overtake so many things? Through Mr. Common Sense, Norman Rubin reminds us how our standards have changed and how so many ways of behaviour have deteriorated and become the accepted norm.More...
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