Sunday, March 21, 2010



The Shabbat turned out to be sunny and warm. Not too warm but something like a European April day.

I spent the Shabbat in the Jerusalem neighbourhood of Nachlaot which is located next to the huge Sacher Park. On a sunny Shabbat, the park usually attracts countless visitors. When I arrived, several Hundred people were already sitting on the grass or walking around. Most of them were talking a walk to the nearby famous Rose Garden.

The secular made barbecues, others were banging on their bongo drums and several Haredim (Ultra - Orthodox) were laying on the grass. No one bothered anyone and everything went more than peaceful.

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