I'm walking the ramparts, but this is not the part of the wall, which is the focus of my novel, soon to be released. You may care to read a recent review. ‘Wall of Tears’ has many levels – political, historical, interpersonal, social, national, religious and driven by the author’s style. The Jewish/Muslim animosity is graphically and emotionally portrayed. A well researched novel – a seminal book. Dr Rob McMurdo - Psychiatrist
Palestinian Professor Mohammed Dajani Daoudi, a Moslem who lives in the West Bank, founded a group to create materials to teach the Holocaust to Arab readers. I met Dr Daoudi at the Healing Hatred Conference in Jerusalem –Bethlehem in 2017. He took 27 Palestinian students to the Nazi extermination camp in Auschwitz, Poland, in March 2014. When he saw the camp, the gas chambers, the ovens – he said, “That was my moment of transformation.” Here was the place of Hitler’s murder
This 700-year-old anti-Semitic statue was the subject of a recent German court case by a Jewish man, who fought to remove it from a church where Martin Luther once preached. The Jew-pig sculpture on the Town Church in Wittenberg, Germany, is one of more than 20 such relics from the Middle Ages that adorn churches across Germany and elsewhere in Europe. The sculpture depicts Jews suckling the teats of a sow while a rabbi lifts the animal’s tail. It evidences the hatred toward
Yes I know it’s not a great photo but I snapped it this morning on Gerroa beach. It appeared last week and has caused interest among the locals. Some say it’s a Sandpiper, others, a Godwit. My vote is Bob-tailed Godwit. It appears to fit the profile of the picture on Google images. The Bob-tailed Godwit is mottled upper with dull white under wings, with a slightly upturned bill to fossick for molluscs, worms and aquatic insects. It breeds in Scandanavia, northern Europe and A
... is Palindromes. Each of the phrases read the same backwards as forwards. 'Don't nod' is a palindrome. Congratulations to those who got it. It's worth remembering, especially if you're headed for a round of trivia.