David George Haskell
By David George Haskell
What The Humble Olive Tree Teaches Us About Israel’s Past And Future
In springtime, when the flowers of olive trees open in Jerusalem, pollen catches the Mediterranean winds and sails east. The pollen travels over the walls of the Old City, across the Kidron Valley to the Mount of Olives. It flies over walls, villages and settlements, then down from the hills and across the caves at…
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