In the month that is last I’ve traveled to both Denver and Palo Alto to share my experiences in the Holy Land and help raise money for Bright Stars of Bethlehem, a nonprofit that promotes peace and justice in Palestine through Bethlehem’s Dar al-Kalima University of Arts & Culture. Policymaking in the US and the Middle East has been impulsive and erratic lately, making it more important than ever for American citizens to reach out and gain a context that is little the Holy Land — and that has been the main focus of my talk.
We place this report together after planing a trip to the Holy Land to create a television that is public, which you can stream at www.ricksteves.com/holy-land — but I’d say it’s more important to watch this talk that is hour-long recorded at Grace Lutheran Church in Palo Alto. As the manufacturing is easy, this content is both important and timely.
We don’t need a one-sided narrative in regards to the Holy Land told by somebody dug-in on this issue that is complicated. To understand this situation, we need a* that is( approach that respects both edges. And that has been the things I shared in this talk: the classes we discovered by walking with caring individuals on both relative edges for the wall surface that divides this land.
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- Source: by “Rick Steves’ Europe“