Analysis || Abductions won't stop settlers from hitchhiking
For religious teens in single-sex schools, there are few places they can feel as free as on the road. For them, hitchhiking isn't just a way of getting around - it's a rite of passage.
The best tremp (hitchhike) of my life was from Tzemah Junction, near Lake Kinneret, all the way to Liberty Bell Park, a five-minute walk from my parents’ home in Jerusalem. The fact that I remember that ride, in the back of a dilapidated white van so clearly, out of hundreds of hitchhiked rides during my late teens and early twenties, is because in our constant discussing of...
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