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#1 Posted : Thursday, November 8, 2007 6:52:17 PM(UTC)
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Before I slept in shshboais a. (not far from Kennedy immediately).

Asked to sleep on the grass, I set up the tent and fell asleep.

00 man arrived (no), hiding behind a Bush and begin dousing my tent with a fire hose.

He didn't settle for once and sprayed twice until all my sleeping tent launched completely drenched.

I just couldn't see him running as soon as I got out of the tent.

I have no idea why he did it and why so bothered him sleep there.

Only a resident of Nice lending me his own sleeping bag I was able to spend the night (sleeping.)

All travellers – better to sleep in or in light Sapphire (where there is also a grocery store)

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#2 Posted : Friday, November 9, 2007 1:20:28 AM(UTC)
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Apart from sounding a jerk or two people there willing to lend shcsh to a stranger.
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#3 Posted : Friday, November 9, 2007 2:08:29 AM(UTC)
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You know, a couple times I encountered in various shirshors cost of that is in one way or another on the grass. And I ask, why this stubbornness to sleep within a community?
All along in the Israel National Trail (INT) that we never went there in the settlement, except in isolated cases among friends or acquaintances in their homes. More people in the mountain environment, the probability of finding herself in a case or other cases described here. We though the comfort of accommodation in resolving all the time I have insisted to stay outdoors, in nature, as far as "human nature".
Some may disagree, but I think it's much safer to sleep in some secluded forest with wild boars and jackals, who sleep in which spray water on you in the middle of the night, or in the worst case, where it ends in "cool as concatenating assignment Kfar Kish".
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#4 Posted : Friday, November 9, 2007 12:09:36 PM(UTC)
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Join soriel.

And: it is very nice that someone gave consent to sleep on the grass of aminadav. This does not mean that all local residents like. Fact. The public in each community are not camping. Respect to people and use in public areas. Nice people that you spend indoors or on grass at home. Don't think this hose to contact "settler", but it's probably not the first tent in a. ..

Someone tried to sleep in Ganei Yehoshua or the Yarkon Park?

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#5 Posted : Friday, November 9, 2007 3:29:16 PM(UTC)
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In Ganei Yehoshua, the Yarkon Park has several "discreet" that can stay with them. Provided that no other night which show/Festival, independence day, etc.
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#6 Posted : Sunday, November 11, 2007 1:44:47 AM(UTC)
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I slept in public garden Jerusalem, but instead hidden,
Because I just got there for dinner and the other option was, literally, a landfill on the trail. Besides? joining. Not so recommended, certainly not with objects outside the tent, in a public place.
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#7 Posted : Sunday, November 11, 2007 2:24:24 AM(UTC)
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If you are talking about the risk that if careful nothing (the doomed pretty bizarre and as far as I'm concerned is not part of these statistics). If it's wrong to fall about a settlement, then we can coordinate with the Secretariat, קב"ט etc. B, most communities don't care.

Looks to me like part of the experience, and the best way to meet our people (unless you're stuck in a jam-holiday-Hussein El-Allah Akbar, that's not our nation, but we can try)-sleep in towns along the way.

Who knows, maybe we will have some.

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#8 Posted : Sunday, November 11, 2007 12:06:29 PM(UTC)
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To moish,

Comment regarding minority communities is uncalled for. Perhaps it stems from a misunderstanding of reception in the Arab Druze sector. It might not "the people" but everyone.

I know first hand that if you come to Jews and to the accommodation they meet an object in this sector, every Jew who passes and share with them in their living space, they also honored the will, the desire to connect.

In the Jewish sector encountered, however, in cases of refusal to accommodate or allow access

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#9 Posted : Sunday, November 11, 2007 12:39:49 PM(UTC)
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The grass greener Jew, so keep it.

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#10 Posted : Tuesday, November 13, 2007 11:36:58 AM(UTC)
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Ma, Arab villages where hostility. After I passed kaabiya, the village looks smpteim I got it-reminded me of hostile villages bio, get in the pool at the beginning of the stream and birds to hear the Friday sermon. Sorry that my good Arabic. The theme was "the traitors" and content needed to bring Israel Police running about incitement.

Arab culture familiar to depth. (And I'm not talking about the Druze).  There are accommodation and hospitality, there is dignity and respect. There are cases where respect and sets and cases where looting, robbery and theft are the commandment or lifestyle. See cases. Arab villages have them feel entirely safe and, as with a great attitude and keep arising, and the suffering and hatred of Israel nationality.

I'm with Ruel about accommodation.

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#11 Posted : Wednesday, November 14, 2007 3:14:12 PM(UTC)
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We actually tried to sleep elsewhere. My decision to follow the path was pleasure to meet and get to know interesting people, different worldviews, and interesting conversations-and indeed it was.

First of all, I met vast amounts of amazing people, Angels and those who trail designated in lists just warmed my heart, and strength to continue, and met dozens of people who taught and have enriched us all, and the human factor was one of the more interesting and fun throughout.

Yes, there have been several incidents of hostility and impatient people sometimes interrupted and sometimes just expelled from their surroundings, but forgot and moved on. I never kicked out, and never harmed us.

About cousins residing nearby: several times we ran into hostility from Arab/Bedouin/whatever. If it's kaabiya or in Mashad, or dorigat, and in a few places. So sometimes it amounted to hostile looks and Mashad iiodo us stones and pop that Israel was flag on my backpack. In contrast, Arad won for an accommodation with warm pita bread from the oven, mattress, tea for lunch.

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#12 Posted : Wednesday, November 14, 2007 4:04:21 PM(UTC)
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Drig shbillas in some rooms. When Jaber Abu Hammad 054-7969576.

The kaabiya also has shbillas rooms, when Muhammad: 052-2613563

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#13 Posted : Thursday, November 15, 2007 11:50:49 AM(UTC)
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About the national feelings of the evenings we have, sometimes, too few minorities testimony: Arab Muslims, Druze, Arab Christians Catholics, Orthodox Christians, Arab Christians, provoslavim (etc), Alawites, צ'רכסים, Samaritans, oachmedim.

No witness is similar to, and there is general among those feelings are similar. The Druze do not in any way similar to Israel's Arabs Muslims and never mix between them: everything from language, through religion, marriage customs, dress, and more — all completely different. In many, the Arabs are similar to bidoas abroad, particularly in the South. In every case, and to beware of generalizations about "witness".

Accommodation in great Western idvai or charitable, voluntary, and therefore, is a unique experience, supported by a long tradition, and elevates the status of the giver and the receiver. The weakest protection is also a matter of custom and dignity and human cases are just mere interest. Bio, during the first intifada, saw the defense, sometimes bitterly, of urban or rural Arabs over Jews as against an angry mob with axes and sticks. So, again: not all skin. It is forbidden to include.

Clearly there's the green line Arab villages (unlike Druze villages and c.i.a.!) they're hostile than others, a comment of who goes with the flag of Israel can definitely happen. There are here and here, "and" good for artists and hate. Arab students to spread the hate "journal a few days ago at the University of Haifa, and demonstrated on" didn't come from chapier void – they live anywhere and express your feelings about them. ...

How to behave on the road. In my opinion, not confrontational and ignore provocations, and if it's bad (and you are more than one person) may shoot them and pass on to the police.

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#14 Posted : Thursday, November 15, 2007 5:57:21 PM(UTC)
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Hello, this is Bill Israel Forum?

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#15 Posted : Friday, November 16, 2007 5:11:51 AM(UTC)
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Without entering politics, just a small comment about walking in surrounding areas/owned cousins.

Reality brought us thus we sometimes fear, whereas those to the threat.
It is forbidden to include and to remember that "our side" has no darkim.
You have to remember he's not real peace between Nations but between peoples, so everything comes from us and bless those who host etc, respect and give the feeling of family.
About cutout backpack flag., it could drive me, I'm not a violent person, but I don't know how I would act in such a situation. On the other hand, ostentatiously, too. To rysica maybe there is one extreme in the village need to think a little before rather than enter such ostentatiously, though, it is the right of the traveler to know some people duty.

About me-reality brought me to the point where if I walk around the House, which means the busiest area Bedouins, enthusiasts I left on the dashboard ' disk in Arabic and a little sbaacha have to confuse the enemy.
If when travelling in areas outside the green line, so of course I'm not going with shirt and Israel flag, not because I'm scared. Just because you don't want to get a healthy head to bed sick.

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#16 Posted : Friday, November 23, 2007 6:00:33 PM(UTC)
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I'm back and I want to respond, even though it looks more like an opinion forum.קריצה

A. Ma, my comment was a humorous whim-wrote ' our people ', and added that not all the trail passes through our people, with no implications or that.

I'm not going to, but although there are some nice evenings (for that matter, anyone who has been included in the = analyzing corlis.) I'd love all the land will be filled mainly by our people. Case of dispute: Sorry, but I find it hard to differentiate jellabiya, and while not all minorities understand that a Jewish State and are citizens, I continue to treat them carefully. Not just a security precaution but "bdho and hashdho", believing that one day to sit with them. because they understand their place in the Jewish State not because we ate hummus with misbaha together, although it's good name. I don't object, but peace? Not ...

Hope this doesn't become politicized because it's not real to me, but respect for the Nations of the world. Militant? I don't think but whatever.

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#17 Posted : Friday, November 23, 2007 6:15:01 PM(UTC)
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This Bill Israel Forum?

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#18 Posted : Monday, November 26, 2007 2:18:51 AM(UTC)
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Everyone freaked out.

The one unfortunate event moved to Annapolis Conference

Not carried away?

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#19 Posted : Monday, November 26, 2007 9:04:11 PM(UTC)
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Heard the segment ran a Google search "politics" and got Israel rope trail to ruin the Forum remain as beautiful as that is the point that my wife would agree to do for me in the end.
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