Sunday, October 30, 2005
Thursday, October 27, 2005
Pictures from the March 2
Here we're marching and singing in the Old City of Jerusalem, in the crowded alleyways.
We marched from the Hyatt, after visiting the Gush Katif refugees there, to the kotel.
We made it to the kotel, and it was mobbed!
Here's Moshe talking to some of the "evacuees," those thrown out of their homes and now living in the Hyatt Hotel. Just today they were almost thrown out of the hotel.
Here's where the police stopped us. They wouldn't let us approach Sha'ar Shechem.
See you next year!
Pictures from the march 1
Shiloh to Jerusalem, Succot, 2005
Moshe Keinan, Avihu's father, addressing the marchers before we set out from the Shiloh Cemetery.
At Avihu's grave
Saying T'hilim where Sarah Lisha, the Shiloh Girls School's sports teacher was murdered by Arab terrorists.
Moshe walking with his two grandsons during the march to Jerusalem. The younger one was born after Avihu was killed.
Thursday, October 20, 2005
March to Jerusalem!
There will be three stages of marching.
- From Shiloh Center to the Shiloh Cemetery, Avihu Keinan, HaYa"D's, grave.
- From Waadi Charamiya (just north of Ofra) to Givat Assaf, the Beit El Junction
- From French Hill to Har HaZaytim, the Mount of Olives, the cemetery where the bodies from the Gush Katif Cemetery have been re-buried.
Please join us! We should be reaching Jerusalem sometime in the afternoon.
These are the contact numbers for more information. This number should be called also if you're marching from Shiloh, Waadi Charamiya or Ofra and to check during the afternoon when and where to join us in Jerusalem: 0545-649-140, and this just for updates during the march itself: 0545-321-136.
Yes, I took the photo last year, as we were crossing the road at French Hill, Jerusalem.
This will be cross-posted on my other blogs.
Sunday, October 16, 2005
Biur Chametz is hosting the latest Heval Hevalim. Read the wide variety of posts.
The next Heval Hevalim will be here and here and here and maybe here.
And who's the host in this picture?
Please try to send me your posts before the Shabbat after Simchat Torah.
shilohmuse at yahoo dot com or via Conservative Cat's form.
I'm sure the times will inspire you, so I won't mention topics, except that due to the murders of innocent Jews by Arab terrorists here in the Holy Land, there will, unfortunately, be a section for obituaries from those who knew the victims personally.and if there are any blogs or posts or reports from Disengagement victims, they're all welcome.
But please remember that the main mitzvah of this holiday is "simcha," be happy. We must learn how to control our joy and sadness and express those conflicting emotions at appropriate times.
ps This will be cross-posted here and here and maybe here.