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They plan activities, they send cards, they visit, depending on what they need most. Lulu and Hila were gorgeous and fun, two best friends with the same long, thick hair, tight jeans, and stiletto boots. One of our trip leaders, an Israeli who was living in the U. It came right at the halfway point, in a sort of Bedouin-style tent hostel in the Negev desert. The tent was huge—it had to be to accommodate all of us in it together—and we fanned out to plot our sleeping spots for the night. I felt old, because I was on this trip, and also because I had a boyfriend at home and had no intention of getting freaky-deaky in a sleeping bag.
I had heard so much about this night from past participants, it was like watching a prophecy unfold. We slugged cheap vodka around a bonfire while a year-old Israeli played the acoustic guitar and sang the wrong words to a Jason Mraz song. The air was crackling with sexual tension. The whole thing eventually came to a boil in a curly-haired cauldron of writhing hanky panky. Everyone around me seemed to be either snoring or getting fingered. I had downed just enough Nyquil and vodka slurpees to keep the noises to a foggy din and wake up my worst self the next morning.
A good friend had gone on Birthright two years ago. She felt totally disconnected and alienated, she said. She told me that everyone on the trip cries, but that their reactions felt so forced, so expected, the only thing she could manage was an eyeroll. Gathering at the top of the steps after the metal detector, Yaier, our militant tour guide, showed us the photograph of the Three Soldiers. He explained that the iconic image of three paratroopers at the Western Wall was taken at the moment of reunification of Jerusalem infollowing the Six Day War. As he talked, I picked at the grass growing out of the steps and tried to ignore the woman sobbing a few stairs behind our group.
We were given a meeting place and 45 minutes. The Wall is segregated—men pray to the left, women to the right—which has been the center of enormous controversy for years. A brilliant friend of mine who lived in Jerusalem for several years was arrested protesting the separation, and I was so proud of her as she recounted the unfairness of the IDF security that arrested her. There were women of all ages everywhere. Mothers and grandmothers, babies, children, teenagers, tourists, locals. They covered their heads and shoulders; they wore jeans and smacked gum. Aesthetically, the wall is a marvel.
Ivy and moss grow in patches all the way to the top. Birds come to perch and pick at the small spaces edged in between different sized stones. All of them fall on a sort of beige-grey-green gradient, but no stone is the same color as another. Also, it has this interactive element—the birds, the women shuffling and gathering three deep along the bottom searching for the perfect spot for their prayers—that makes this big hunk of stone seem alive. Some women davened and covered their faces, but most just observed the wall.
I sat in one of the white plastic chairs set out and thought about my family as I watched two sisters run around. I thought about what an Israeli, a co-worker actually, had said to me: What no one understands is that Jews have nowhere else to go. They fought when they had to because if they had had to leave again, after World War II, we would not have survived. There is literally nowhere to go. And as I sat and took in this hulking piece of history, I was struck by how permanent everything felt. And then I felt two things: Birthright is prepared for this type of visceral response. Do Birthright participants meet with Palestinians? A large part of participants do meet with Arabs living in Israel from all walks of life.
How do you keep Birthright Israel trips safe?
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Luckily we have a very clean record after half a million participants. Parents were concerned about going into the Middle East, it's a volatile area. But Israel has become relatively safe in the eyes of Americans, partly because of what's going on here in the U. We have one security guard Birthright hookup stories each and every one of the groups. We constantly change itineraries if we need to. We don't go to regions that might have any potential of violence. How much of the Birthright Israel experience is religious? Only 2 percent of our participants consider themselves Orthodox. I believe close to 40 percent define themselves as Reform, about the same number define themselves as "just Jewish," and don't belong to any movement.
We do the blessings for Shabbat We also from time to time make huge bar mitzvah ceremonies and Hebrew naming ceremonies, which are very moving. We try to show them that Judaism is not about religion only. Religion is part of many faces of Judaism. There is culture, art, history, social relationships. How has Birthright Israel changed? You cannot compare Birthright Israel today to Birthright Israel five years ago. First of all we diversified the offerings.
We have 40 different types of groups. Groups for foodies, for theater, for journalists, for bloggers, for doctors. We would also like to extend the time they spend in Tel Aviv and improve it. Xtories opened the first-ever visitors center in Tel Aviv to Birthright hookup stories Israeli's high-tech industry. We've started to bring Birthright Israel groups there to meet with entrepreneurs. Spending a night in the desert seems to be something a lot of participants find memorable. For thousands of them, just to lie on the ground and look at the sky like Moses and Abraham, it's a new experience. They are really excited about it. We give them binoculars and telescopes to see falling stars, to see something they would never forget.
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