Sunday, October 04, 2009

JBlogger Picnic

RivkA from the CoffeeandChemo Blog has organized a Jewish Blogger Sukkot Picnic this Monday of Chol HaMoed

Monday, October 5
2nd day of Chol HaMoed, 17th of Tishrei

Starting: 2:30 pm

Ending: 6:30 pm (or whenever the last person leaves)

Meeting Place: Gan Sacher ('cause they got a sukkah!) by the Giant Japanese Bell
(The bell is at the end of the park closest to the bus station and the Kraft Family Stadium)

Free Parking: by Beit HaChayal and Kraft Stadium (a short walk from the park)

Buses: Go to the Egged website and plug in your starting point and your destination.

Cost: FREE

What to Bring: Food, drink, a picnic blanket, frisbees, etc.

Who is welcome: All bloggers, all lurkers, all family! Basically, anyone who wants to come and hang out with us!

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Kathleen said...

What is the constant bickering between the Anonymous and Chris?
I have been reading the toing/froing and all I read sounds as usual about anti-Zionism so-called land stolen from the so-called Palestinians who do not in reality belong in Israel,but to Arabia and diverse peoples who came to OUR HOLY LAND when our early pioneers made the DESERT BLOOM and summarily began to flock into the land.It never is/was theirs. If I may add,if the palis are the indigineous peoples can anyone answer the following questions:
1] Who was their king
2]Have they find any artifacts to prove they existed?
2]What was the name of their currency?
4] Finally I wish that Anonymous would make up his mind whether the LAND BELONGS TO US OR THE BLOODY ARABS
In one post he admits the land belongs to us.In his furious reply to that antagonistic Chris'he contradicts himself.I am baffled about by the both of them.This is more like being at Haaretz which I loath.There is on poster there called "anonymous"wonder if he is the same one,who's posts I never read.
The best writer here is none other than "Jameel"At the Mukata which I found by accident.And the wonderful title:
Wherever I am, my blog turns towards Eretz Yisrael

Anonymous said...

Is there WIFI access?

Jameel @ The Muqata said...

Hi Kathleen - come back and visit us often :-)

Thanks for your kind words.

Anonymous: Doubt it...its a freebie picnic, so Wifi's out...

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