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I will never forget the trip that I took to the Israel when I was eighteen years old and in college. My mother migrated from Russia when I was only a small child, so I lived in the United States for the majority of my life. I decided that I would major in Middle Eastern cultures, and I am very happy that I did. I was raised as a Jew, and a lot of my friends in the United States did not understand a lot about my religion and my culture. I always wanted to travel to Israel, but my mom did not want me to go for a long time.

When I was 18 years old and I was in college I was able to travel to Israel with a lot of my friends. It was completely and totally an unbelievable life event. It was so nice to be able to see so many people that shared a lot of the religious beliefs that I did, and apart from that I really loved the fact that the people were so kind and modest compared to what I was used to.

I wanted to stay in Israel for a long time, but I was only able to stay for a month, and ever since I got back to The United States all I wanted to do was go again. I continued on with my studies of Middle Eastern countries, and I was able to start working for a news channel. Periodically I travel to Israel, and the Middle East from my job, and I absolutely love it.

The trip that I took to Israel when I was 18 years old really change my life, because it helped me to appreciate my culture, and also it created in me the need and he desire to learn more.

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