Wednesday, August 02, 2006

Yyalla Ya Nasrallah

Yall ya Nasrallah - we will screw you inshallah

Friday, July 28, 2006

Anderson Cooper = Good

"Unlike Robertson, Cooper was explicit about how Hezbollah’s operatives had set all of the rules: “Young men on motor scooters followed our every movement. They only allowed us to videotape certain streets, certain buildings,” he explained. He countered Hezbollah claims that Israel targets civilians by pointing out that the group based itself in civilian areas and that Israel's air force drops leaflets warning of attacks."

"Cooper exposed for CNN viewers that the sight of speeding ambulances, sirens blaring, was just a phony play staged by Hezbollah: “One by one, they’ve been told to turn on their sirens and zoom off so that all the photographers here can get shots of ambulances rushing off to treat civilians....These ambulances aren’t responding to any new bombings. The sirens are strictly for effect.”

Tuesday, June 20, 2006

Final Shabbat

I spent my last erev Shabbat with my family cooking out on Sharon beach in Herzliyah. It was also right after I picked up Dave from the airport for his summer in Jerusalem.

Amira (my sister), and Dad. Amira is making the cup move with her eyes.

Dave, me, and a typical Israeli house in the background.

Amira on phone

Mini beach

Tuesday, June 13, 2006


I took the LSAT at 8:30 AM today at the ZOA House in Tel Aviv (relief). It also happens to be the day I'm leaving. I can tell you one thing, the only redeeming factor about going back to the states is seeing Liat. Hopefully soon I can have my parents and sister, the place I love and the person I'll marry all in one place with me, instead of different countries (and hemispheres).

Until then I'll keep putting up some pictures and things I didn't have time for the last few days.

Monday, June 12, 2006

Final Look

Last view from my apartment in Jerusalem before moving out the other day.