Squirrels in Hebron
As the dawn of Sunday was upon us, the squirrel patrol had come to the den of their group in order to set off on the adventure of a lifetime. The historical city of Hebron being their destination, they left with smiles on their faces knowing full well that they had grasped a golden opportunity. To begin with, our young men got a firsthand look at glass in the first phases of its birth, sparkling and shining the offspring of lightning in the ocean of sand, diamonds, sculpted in all shapes and sizes with only the sky as the limit. All of which they experienced in one of the city's most well-known glass factories. Later on they went off to explore the city of Abraham and witness its greatness with their very eyes. As the generation of the future wandered through the streets of the holy city they could easily make out the contrast between the ancient landmarks and neighbourhoods which gracefully brave and withstand the test of time on one hand and the many factories and contemporary buildings magnificently crafted to perfection on the other, all of which are spread through out the industrial capital of the Palestinian state making this perfect blend of old and new a true jewel of the orient. One of the most prominent of the buildings that make this city so great is the commercial Royale corporation which was of course visited by the curious patrol. And of course to top it all off what would a visit to the historical city mean without visiting the cave of patriarchs the holiest site of the city, hosting the last chapter of the lives of three of the greatest prophets known to man with their renowned wives carrying religious importance to the three abrahamic religions, and immortalising the remnants of a time long ago.