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The Ramesses temple of Abu Simbel David Roberts, The Holy Land, Egypt, & Nubia (Color lithographs), published 1855.

The Ramesses temple of Abu Simbel David Roberts, The Holy Land, Egypt, & Nubia (Color lithographs), published 1855.

'Graffiti artist Banksy strikes again'. This is a very famous piece of Banksy, I like the way it is political, having a soldier frisked by a member of the public is cool because it is like 'putting the shoe on the other foot sort of thing'. Almost saying' why should the people get searched by police but we cannot search them?' (Banksy, 2007.)

Graffiti artist Banksy strikes again - in Bethlehem

'Graffiti artist Banksy strikes again'. This is a very famous piece of Banksy, I like the way it is political, having a soldier frisked by a member of the public is cool because it is like 'putting the shoe on the other foot sort of thing'. Almost saying' why should the people get searched by police but we cannot search them?' (Banksy, 2007.)

Of course I did not make exactly like the recipe. Just used hamburger, no onions, forgot to put the egg and feta, but they were still really good.

Lebanese Meatballs

Of course I did not make exactly like the recipe. Just used hamburger, no onions, forgot to put the egg and feta, but they were still really good.

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Holy Land - Egyptian Pyramids

Holy Land - Egyptian Pyramids

A prophetic gesture of love and courtesy by St Francis in 1219 earned the respect of Egyptian Sultan Malik al-Kamil, nephew of Saladin ruler of the Holy Land: a scene illustrated by painters and immortalised by Dante Alighieri (Paradisio Canto XI) http://www.christusrex.org/www1/ofm/crus/CRU012.html

A prophetic gesture of love and courtesy by St Francis in 1219 earned the respect of Egyptian Sultan Malik al-Kamil, nephew of Saladin ruler of the Holy Land: a scene illustrated by painters and immortalised by Dante Alighieri (Paradisio Canto XI) http://www.christusrex.org/www1/ofm/crus/CRU012.html

READ THIS NOW!! Because the Newer #HAMAS - #FATAH govenment UNITY in Palestine and Barack Hussein Obama are RESPONSIBLE for the KIDNAPPED BOYS!! SEE the VIDEO and use the CC to Understand What Prime Minister #Netanyahu is Saying CLEARER!! Where-Ever I STAND I STAND with The HOLY LAND of #ISRAEL forever!!

READ THIS NOW!! Because the Newer #HAMAS - #FATAH govenment UNITY in Palestine and Barack Hussein Obama are RESPONSIBLE for the KIDNAPPED BOYS!! SEE the VIDEO and use the CC to Understand What Prime Minister #Netanyahu is Saying CLEARER!! Where-Ever I STAND I STAND with The HOLY LAND of #ISRAEL forever!!

Dating to the 12th century BCE, this hammered gold-foil plaque depicts a naked Vegetation Goddess standing upon the back of an armored, prancing horse.  Stylistically similar to Egyptian Qds representations (one of Asherah's epithets), the Encyclopedia of the Holy Land identifies this goddess as "Ashtoreth[/Asherah]."

Dating to the 12th century BCE, this hammered gold-foil plaque depicts a naked Vegetation Goddess standing upon the back of an armored, prancing horse. Stylistically similar to Egyptian Qds representations (one of Asherah's epithets), the Encyclopedia of the Holy Land identifies this goddess as "Ashtoreth[/Asherah]."

Dating to the 12th century BCE, this hammered gold-foil plaque depicts Asherah as a naked Vegetation Goddess standing upon the back of an armored, prancing horse. Stylistically similar to Egyptian Qds representations (one of Asherah's epithets), the Encyclopedia of the Holy Land identifies this goddess as "Ashtoreth[/Asherah].” -History’s Vanquished Goddess Asherah

Dating to the 12th century BCE, this hammered gold-foil plaque depicts Asherah as a naked Vegetation Goddess standing upon the back of an armored, prancing horse. Stylistically similar to Egyptian Qds representations (one of Asherah's epithets), the Encyclopedia of the Holy Land identifies this goddess as "Ashtoreth[/Asherah].” -History’s Vanquished Goddess Asherah

ruins of the library in Ephesus, the rivaled the Egyptian library of Alexandria.  The apostle Paul preached in this city.  © Doug Nelson

ruins of the library in Ephesus, the rivaled the Egyptian library of Alexandria. The apostle Paul preached in this city. © Doug Nelson

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