Author Archives: Timothy Lawlor

Let’s Go Again, Let’s Go Again!

I originally signed up for this course because of my interest in world conflicts and security; as well as to gain insight on one of the longest conflicts in recent history. ¬†Also, as a government major, this was a great … Continue reading

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It’s not a “Separation Barrier” … and the Bedouins. Let’s not forget about breakfast

Today was my favorite day of the trip so far. ¬†Being very interested in law, I was really looking forward to going to the Israeli Supreme Court, and I found their court system and the way it works to be … Continue reading

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Visiting Bnei Barak, and the Orthodox

Today, we headed to the city of Bnei Barak. This is the capital for the Ultra-Orthodox Jews. One thing that I found to be interesting is the significance of their dress. For the women, it is about being modest. Involved … Continue reading

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