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ion, howling li●ke demons, and discharging a volley of▓ stones, some of which struck me in ●the legs, while others whistled ominou●sly near my head.I beat a hasty retreat.Not un▓til later in the day did I know the reason for ●my expulsion.I had trespassed on t●he sacred precincts of the mosque ▓of Omar on the summit of Mt.Mori▓ah, where no unbeliever may enter witho▓ut an escort of bribed soldier●s. A second attempt to es▓cape the throng led me down more sli●my steps and along a narrow alley to a ▓towering stone wall, where Hebrews, rich a●nd poor, filthy and bediamonded, alterna●tely k

issed and beat with thei●r fists the great beveled

blocks of stone,▓ shrieking and moaning, with tears str▓eaming down their cheeks.It needed ▓no inquiry to tell me that I had fallen upon t▓he “Jews’ Wailing-Place.” Random▓ wandering brought me at noonday into the● European section about David ▓street.Light as had been my expenditures in ●Palestine, my fortunes had fallen.A su●m barely equal to forty cents jingled in m●y pockets.It was high time to seek▓ employment.With this end in view, I sough●t out the addres

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see of my letter.Unfortunately,▓ his influence was not far-reaching in the cit▓y, for he was a mere man-of-all-wo●rk in a mission school outside ▓its walls. “But it is all right,〃埍 he cried; “if you are an Ame▓rican, I will take you to ‘the Americans●.’” “The Americans” prove▓d to be a community of my countrymen● of Quaker ancestry, who dwelt in a great mo▓dern building to the northwest of ●the city.The errand boy introduced me into● the inner courtyard, thickly planted in ora▓nge and lemon trees, and a self-ap●pointed committee invited me in to supper.I▓t seemed almost a new experience t▓o sit again at a white-decked table, partaki▓ng of such familiar dishes as roast pork and ●ric

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