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Poem / Poetry

October 10, 2016

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I want you to come to your own conclusions. Let's make it interesting. Read More
The Jerusalem synagogue massacre teaches us who is sacred to us and how to honor what is important to us. Read More

Poem / Non-Fiction

December 16, 2014

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Comments: 3

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You all are aware of the seriousness of my writings. I have never made why go for this. May be one of the remarkably good word will be the caring feeling from the depths of heart for this kindle know-how that is called the story so far. You will understand… Read More
I composed this poem as a short summary of my views on the current situation in the early 21st century on the Israel/Palestine reformation since the mid 1900's. As many of you are aware this small land in the Arabian Peninsula has been disputed over for many years and still… Read More

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Translation from Russian into English of Nina Khmelnitsky's poem about war and peace, Quran and Tora, love and brotherhood. Read More
A crusader fights along side his brothers in the battle for Jerusalem. All of them are willing to follow their beloved general's orders to the dot, even if it means life or death. His battle tactics and ferocity inspire his brethren to follow him straight to the City Square. After… Read More

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Comments: 1

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An incomplete list on my wishful thinking. Read More
What does it mean to be a watchman? A Bible study. Read More

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Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

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An introduction to a series of essays written for the Metalhelm (hence the voice). The series presents stories on my adventures in Israel and present my view on the Middle-East conflict. Read More

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Location: Jerusalem, the Western Wall. A married police superintendent becomes infatuated with a modesty guard. Read More

Book / Fantasy

January 26, 2013

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A thirteen year old boy from Jerusalem finds himself in a massive dark room, of unknown purpose. He soon finds out this is just the start of a journey he is about to take. (First two and a bit of the third chapter. If I get some feedback I'll post… Read More
Tito, the ageing President of Yugoslavia is nearing his death. A grey falcon hounds him in his dreams. He has to accept his fate, his destiny, the consequences of a choice he made eighty years before as a young boy. He must return to the monastery to meet the Prophet… Read More
It's 1923 in Weimar Germany, a country that is down on it's knees. Karl Wieland is hungry and impoverished and his only chance of improving things is a job in far-away Danzig. But to start it, he has to get there yet he has no money for the train ticket.… Read More

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Comments: 2

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Luke 23 Luke 23:35-43 35 The people stood watching, and the rulers even sneered at him. They said, "He saved others; let him save himself if he is God's Messiah, the Chosen One." 36 The soldiers also came up and mocked him. They offered him wine vinegar 37 and said,… Read More
After the Roman Emperor Constantine’s conversion to Christianity, he and his mother “Helena” began to oversee the recovery of several important Christian sites; which included the newly discovered tomb of Christ. These discoveries led to a creation of a “Holy land”, within the city of Jerusalem, which add a new… Read More
Short story about the life of a graduate student in Jerusalem. Read More

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Two ants in Jesus' tomb witness His resurrection. Read More
just talking about our jerusalem and the genicides happening there everyday Read More
Final essay for History of the Medieval World course; 2nd year university Read More
A poem about my feelings for Israel as a Palestinian Jew. Read More
An article about Lucifer and how he fools the world into worshiping him instead of God. Read More

Poem / Poetry

July 15, 2010

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Something of a rant against corruption or injustice in religion. This won't be to everybody's tast of course but please comment if you like it :) Read More

Poem / Poetry

March 31, 2010

Reads: 111

Comments: 2

Shelves: 1

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A MOTHER AND CHILD IN JERUSALEM IN 1948. Read More

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Comments: 1

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Man becomes trapped forever in the Valley of Hinnom Read More
A short tale of an assassin and a dying house. Read More
Even the children wanted to take part in the Crusade of the Church and the European Knights who set out to protect "The Holy Land" against Islam. It led to a great tragedy. Read More
Does your crime have you worrying you'll move into the big bonfire down below? Acquire salvation--join the Crusades today! Read More

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Comments: 2

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The peach tree was beautiful and Amin Al-Ansari reached up and plucked the fruit. He bit into the flesh. Delicious. He had waited forty-three years to taste the fruits of Jerusalem, to finally liberate Palestine and it had been worth the wait. True, his brother had died in the fighting,… Read More
The one and only Saladin. The most important figure in Islam after the prophet of Islam (pbuh) Read More
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