Wednesday, October 03, 2007

And the #1 reason to spend Sukkot in the Golan

Home on the range!

With spectacular weather this past week (we went swimming in the Kinneret on October 1st), the Golan was the perfect place for those adventurous persons who enjoy sleeping in the Sukkah.

And as I put my head down on the pillow last night, I was reminded exactly where I was with the moos of the cows, the laughs of the jackals, and the howling of the wolves.

I'm going to miss Sukkot.

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

So, I hear you are going to apologize.

What do I mean?

Check this link.

http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=57952

http://www.worldnetdaily.com/news/article.asp?ARTICLE_ID=57952

Yehudi01 said...

Boy, my wife and I need to check out the Golan before we make a permanent decision on where we'll live! It sounds like Iowa! Haha..

Shmuel @ Go Golan said...

Anonymous... Apologize, eh? What will they think of next?

Yehudi01... You better give the Golan a chance when you're looking to make Aliyah!

Anonymous said...

Shmuel - How about this?

Proposed Apology: The State of Israel hereby apologizes for defending against the attack in 1948 by the armies of Egypt, Syria, Jordan, Lebanon and Iraq, by the Egyptian in 1956, by the Egyptians, Syrians and Jordanians in 1967 and by the Egyptians and Syrians in 1973. The State of Israel further apologizes to the Palestinian people for establishing a sovereign government over land they themselves have never had sovereign rule over. The State of Israel further apologizes to the residents of Gaza and the West Bank for the treatment afforded to them during the period 1948 to 1967 by the Egyptian and Jordanian administrators (occupiers?), respectively, when they were refused the opportunity to create a State of their own. The State of Israel further apologizes for the poor leadership and decisions exhibited by Palestinian leaders over the past 40 years.

Yaakov Kirschen said...

What a lovely posting.
thanx
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