The Conspiracy


This wasn't my first trip to Kikar Rabin, but for some reason it was so much more meaningful.

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.

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

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5 Older Responses to “Hatikvah”

  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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