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Israeli Literature with Rachel - Shared screen with speaker view
Ayala Weinberg
26:21
I’m not seeing this?
רותי
27:21
Are you in Gallery View?
Ayala Weinberg
27:38
I see it now
Ayala Weinberg
43:19
wonderful
Sarilyn's iPhone
01:13:50
reminds me of The Help and people in south of USA and relationship/dependence on help
Ed Grossman
01:14:06
Also this is the first time the two cultures have experienced each other..
Arlene Chernow
01:15:19
We live in a neighborhood in Southern California where people had live in help when our children were young. I experienced social pressure tohave one as well. I think there was a need to among women who have "help" to normalize help.
Ayala Weinberg
01:16:22
that’s fascinating about the name
Ed Grossman
01:17:24
They are also the same age and height/build...
Ed Grossman
01:26:01
There was no one there before--but there were Palestinans there (like in US taking over the West--"empty")
Sarilyn's iPhone
01:32:26
thank you once again!
Randi Brenowitz
01:32:35
this was great. thanks so much
Ilana Dubb
01:33:07
I find it strange that Emuna Elon puts in that sentence about Sara and Hagar. It seems to be hammering the point home when it was implied anyway. Why would she do this?
Rochelle B. Rabeeya
01:33:16
Thank you so much. Wonderful. from Rochelle Rabeeya
sally oken
01:33:16
this was wonderful! thank you
susiegoldsmith
01:33:25
This was so great and very interesting!
Ayala Weinberg
01:34:27
this is such a great class it’s a powerful story is it true
Ilana Dubb
01:34:47
The area where Bet El was established was vacant land
Arlene Chernow
01:36:17
I agree that the sentence takes away form the writing.
Deborah Chodrow
01:36:44
The additional sentence is a notation for those who don't speak Hebrew and may not be tuned into the biblical reference. Does this make this story more "accessible" to international readers?
רותי
01:39:57
I'd love to know how many of us read the story in Hebrew and would be interested in keeping in touch via email. mine is ruth77@gmail.com
Joan Borkow
01:45:15
But we only know about Intisar through aril’s eyes. Does she really expect that music? That lunch?
Joan Borkow
01:45:32
Sarit’s
Ayala Weinberg
01:51:08
this is so informative about the early days an insight into their lives there they actually got along well in the beginning it was a mixed bag
Ed Grossman
01:51:09
Sometimes people do the cleaning to show that they don't really need the cleaning lady--they can do it. So it is a type of sign of control.
Ayala Weinberg
01:55:16
Rachel do you know professor Moshe raanan
Ed Grossman
01:56:17
Not just in Sarit's house, but the Arab laborers are also building the synagogue, but they take the break for the prayers...
Ed Grossman
01:57:54
Laila tov
Solange Tajchman
01:58:12
Toda Rabba!
Ayala Weinberg
01:58:23
Todah was nifla!!
Wendy Liebow
01:58:24
thank you!
Judy Avnery
01:58:29
thanks
Cheryl’s iPad
01:58:34
thanks