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Hatikvah

This wasn't my first visit to Kikar Rabin but it was definitely the most meaningful and was in fact one of the most meaningful moments I have had in Israel thus far. The aura at Kikar Rabin was so different than ever before — there was a sense of sadness, mirrored by a sense of hope. The moment that touched me most was when I overheard a mother talking to her two young sons, "הוא רצה שכולם יהיו חברים" — He wanted everyone to be friends, she told them.

Bailey Spagat is participating in Career Israel, one of Masa Israel’s 180 programs.

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  1. David A.M. Wilensky
    October 26, 2010 at 10:43 am #

    Bailey, I’m loving these photos. Keep em coming!

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