Jerusalem, through the eyes of a child — technology included.
Special To The Jewish Week
As I sat with my 7-year-old son recently, he reminisced about a day that I thought was far too long ago to have a place in his memory. Do I remember, he asked, the day we visited the Western Wall tunnels? That day was more than half his lifetime ago.
On 62 acres in southwest Jerusalem, you can see sights that are rare in the rest of Israel. Near-extinct animals coming back to life. Penguins sauntering and oryxes roaming. Secular Jewish Israelis, haredi Israelis and Arabs peacefully coexisting.