Daily Archives: August 14, 2012

From Ashdod To Beit Jann: A Trip To Northern Israel

SPECIAL NOTICE: Your humble servant wishes the best of luck to his cohorts in Sacramento, California tonight as the Sacramento City Council debates a proposal to become a sister city with Ashkelon! It is my sincere hope that the forces … Continue reading

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