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Only In Israel: The Donkey And The Car

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As for us, we have traveled the globe extensively but are, Baruch Hashem, once again privileged to make our home in the holiest place on earth. And although we have owned many cars, vans and an SUV over the years, we shall never forget the adventures of our very first vehicle – a nondescript white Peugeot 305.

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