Jerusalem’s BEST Street Food Guide – PALESTINIAN HUMMUS NINJA + HUGE Old Jerusalem Street Food Tour!

Jerusalem’s BEST Street Food Guide – PALESTINIAN HUMMUS NINJA + HUGE Old Jerusalem Street Food Tour!


jeez [Music] welcome to another episode of chopstick travel my name’s Luke Martin and in today’s episode we are in Jerusalem this is episode 3 of our series where we visit Tel Aviv Jerusalem and the West Bank now the issues Palestinians and Israelis are grappling with here is far beyond the scope of this little YouTube video instead we are here to learn and better understand the people and the culture through their food if you didn’t check out yesterday’s episode we have the most incredible food tour of the fuckin’-a Yehuda market here in Jerusalem one of interesting creation it is a eggplant underneath there you can even barely see it [Music] and today we are going to be visiting the old city here at Jerusalem we have a lot of food plan to eat and a lot of things to see some let’s get dirty behind me here you can see the Damascus Gate which is one of the main gates to enter the old walled city of Jerusalem so yesterday we were in Western Jerusalem today we are spending our whole day in East Jerusalem here in the old city this is an ancient and holy place and what a way to just enter it is such a grand and magnificent gate so instantly as you enter here you’re just taken over by the smell of spices and we actually bought a guy over here selling something that we want to try right up for that we right here so buying a little flat bread pita that we’ve spotted just coming in from Damascus Gate and it’s covered in satire spice so we’re gonna pick one up for breakfast we just picked up a breakfast our first breakfast today we’re gonna be eating a lot today and just check this out it is warm out of the oven and it is covered in satire which is like a mixture of spices time and you can see tons of sesame seeds on top there some salt and looks like maybe a little bit of oil too so let me just oh man I don’t know I’m probably gonna have to bite into instead of ripping a piece he fold this and take a bite so the bread itself is actually a little bit dry but it’s all about this spice on top there it almost has like a little bit of a citrusy flavor really earthy tasting and you can see it is completely coated in that satire let’s go for one more bite as tasty one of the biggest joys of the old city here in Jerusalem is just walking the streets you can just feel the history you can feel the holiness and it’s certainly a magical place it had a thought-provoking place inside of the old city there are all these different soups or markets right now we are in one called the butcher’s Market and I could smell the smell of lamb cooking so we’re actually gonna go into this little shop here and order up some kebabs [Music] so for breakfast our second breakfast I guess we are having some kebabs these are half beef a flame mix kebabs decent size and lots of charred veggies on top looks like some onions some tomatoes just try one by itself first before I eat it with any pita bread actually maybe I’ll go on with a little bit of tomato as well [Music] they’re actually a little bit salty not spicy whatsoever but you can definitely taste lots of herbs going on in there super super smoky that’s like the dominant flavor and really tender and juicy actually even though the look of them they don’t actually look like they’d be that juicy they are quite juicy so there’s a little restaurant that we’re in right now is so tiny there’s only four seats in here and they’re really small we even got this little tiny corner table that’s almost not enough for two people and then the grill is right in the restaurant area so it is tiny you can see everything so that was a good way to start our day here in the old city Jerusalem and actually don’t come across a whole lot of meat dishes here so that was a nice change and those were some pretty good lamb beef kebabs now we are heading down these narrow alleyways the bells are chiming and we are looking for some more food [Music] so for our next stop today we are sitting down at this really cool vocalist joint we’ve got Sepideh sub pickles and the homeless what she looks absolutely incredible it is completely swimming in olive oil and then we ordered the mix kind so that comes with the food which is these beans these sort of red beans and then chickpeas some stewed chicken and it looks like a little bit of parsley on top and then underneath there is the homeless this is the Jerusalem style homeless so it’s a little bit should be a little bit lemony and a little bit salty so let’s break up a piece of pita here and get a nice scoop for my first night I try to get everything if I can oh man that looks delicious everything about that dish is just soft but it’s basically the number one word I can choose to describe this the beans that chickpeas and the clothes it’s all just really really soft and tender and then swimming and oil but it doesn’t feel like heavier oily it’s a little bit sour from that lemon and not too salty I’m gonna go after one more bite I just love like look at the amount of olive oil in there that is crazy and the guy making this is a master he’s doing it in record speed this is we’ve been here we have been experiencing some extreme prices everything has been super expensive but apparently that’s just the way it is but luckily for this spot this is super cheap compared to everything else we’ve had at fifteen shekels it is a steal so one key ingredient to a good homeless is the tahini which is this sesame paste gives it sort of like a nutty sweetness almost and you can definitely taste that probably quite a high percentage of deg in this [Music] we didn’t get hummus I was so good and really cheap and like not very dry there’s a lot of oil in there so you didn’t even need a drink and the pickles were perfect I’m super full but we have so much to eat yeah we wanted to make kind of like a comprehensive food tour of the old city so we have a lot of different things planned actually the next thing is right over here it’s another bread let’s try it what do you call this it’s huh it’s ditch okay one yeah one how much ng n sugar thank you so this is something we’ve been seeing a lot here in Jerusalem and it’s sort of like a little bun and it’s packed with dates so you can see inside there there are some dates it’s in this really unique shape and it’s also got a yellow color so I’m thinking there may be saffron inside if you know what the name of this is let me know down the comment box it smells really good smells a little bit sweet let’s try to pretty good so it’s definitely a sweet bun and I love the date in there the date is kind of like juicy almost and the bread is quite and dense actually I’m not sure if there’s saffron in there it could really taste a lot but there’s definitely quite a bit of sugar in it but it’s quite beautiful actually [Music] where we are so we’re at the spice shop and they have like a million different spices here apparently you can try them out we are coming here to get desire but we tried to want to sample a few different ones that is like pizza spice does taste like pizza spicy food let me yeah like this water stick Wow I wanted to really go that one’s really strong and flavorful for what grill anything you put in the oven you use just this mixture oh yeah oh yeah so like different nuts and stuff in that food so I mean it’s not just spice it’s different yeah so we actually asked for a different mix that would mix well with sausages so we’re gonna see what he puts together for us actually for our friend read so read we’re giving this to you when we come back to Taiwan so we got ourselves three different bags of spices quite a bit and it’s really cheap only 15 shekels for all that we got one that is a mixture for the sausages the other kind we got is sumac which is a local spice almost like citrusy a little bit sour almost and then the third is the sitar the time sesame seed mixture which we had on the bread this morning really really delicious and these guys are super friendly they’re from Palestine and helped us a big time you can order online from this shop specifically to to get your spices so if you guys are looking for some really good high quality spices I recommend this place order online i’ll leave the information down the description box those guys were so friendly they let us sample all kinds of different spices my mouth is like tingling almost like on fire with all these different flavors and that shop just smelt so actually it’s all over my hands and my hands smell really spicy to you so the old city here Jerusalem is today a very touristy site especially with older Western people lots of pilgrims come here being such a holy place and because of that there is not a lot of good food we did hours and hours of research to find all the spots who are visiting today so this can be like your guide to find real authentic food here in the old city and all of the information for these spots will be down in the description box [Music] so we’ve stopped for some coffee this is fresh arabic style coffee there’s a little boy making the coffee for us actually and he’s really quick so the way that they do it is they actually use like a special kind of pot but they mix the coffee grinds directly and walks the sugar and hot water and then over an open flame that just smells absolutely incredible drew us right in so I tried [Music] yeah that is strong a little bit bitter had heard of the mama you can just taste that cardamom almost like floral it was like smoky same vibe that’s really good the reason I love cardamom my coffee so much is that it gives me kind of the same taste I got from the chai and India so little hints of India and this as well oh that’s so great burning your hand yes and my fingers are blistering that was some seriously good coffee I love that with cardamom in it I wish everywhere put cardamom in there coffee gives it almost like a mint sort of menthol flavour my mouth feels nice and fresh and I am energized and ready to go we are heading to the Western Wall now [Music] so we are here at the western wall which is one of the most important sites in all of Jerusalem this is the site of the former Jewish second temple which was destroyed during the first jewish-roman war so today it’s a very popular site for Bar Mitzvahs all kinds of religious events extremely holy place and it’s quite a spectacular sight too nice a little quick stop at the Western Wall also known as the Wailing Wall you can just feel in the air here is such a holy and historic place lots of good energy here and good food so who you’re heading now to get some dessert so tucked off one of the main streets here in the old city is this legendary sweet shop serving Muta bach it is right underneath of this little staircase hidden away from the public we’re gonna go in order ourselves up a nice dessert yeah no chiz Wow not yet too young oh no you have to boys to us yeah where are you from Jerusalem your whole life yeah to do wander in this coffee tea I know just-just Mitra would go to 200 is oldest shop open two hundred years well my grandfather and family [Music] yeah yes yeah this time you teacher yes yeah so for 200 years [Music] [Music] [Music] however you do [Music] I’m done how long and ever yes how long five minutes yeah so we’re sitting down the shop now this is such a cool place it’s almost like a cave it’s this 200 year old sweets shop well they’re super friendly it’s called sallet emos it’s sort of like a hidden gem here in the old city of Jerusalem and they serve one thing one thing only and that is we move to Bach which is an Arab pastry so you can see we have it here we ordered the kind with cheese they only do two different kinds one with cheese and one with nuts so you can see there’s some powdered sugar sprinkled on top and it’s just the super super thin like phyllo dough that he makes in the same way that they kind of make a roti Chennai in Malaysia he thins it a super super thin stuff so full of cheese and that just bakes it for five or ten minutes he said and then sprinkles it with some sugar and it looks like a little bit of liquid sugar as well so mutapa is popular all through the arab world but also into asia in indonesia we eat murtabak which it’s not really like this to be honest but i guess it’s just a common name for some desserts so let me break off a piece here old man and let’s try that out this just looks so good this place is legendary 200 years old [Music] what do you think of the mood rock super good it’s like a really nice balance between a a little sweet and a little salty and kind of liquidy and crunchy at the same time so that is a super good and super authentic dessert probably one of the coolest restaurants we went to in our whole tour so far today it is expensive but the owner is really friendly and he only serves one thing he wants to keep the tradition of that shop going he said he was going to hand it over to his son after so I think the price is reasonable and it’s definitely worth it just a taste that is authentic delicious food Ibaka [Music] we are now at one of the most holy sites in all of Jerusalem this is called the Dome of the rock this building behind me here we are in an area called Temple Mount this is important to Christians Jews and Muslims alike and you can see this is beautiful building behind me just draped in gold the dome at the top and it you can just feel in the air here this room really specialized so you can’t actually enter inside the Dome of the rock and the whole grounds here are only accessible for very specific hours through the day so from 7:30 till 10:30 a.m. and then from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. [Music] so I’m definitely not an expert whatsoever on the religious studies or history we are more here to just take in the beauty and it certainly is beautiful the blue mosaics on the side of the building are absolutely gorgeous and then that massive golden dome on the top is quite a spectacle what he thinks mean I really love Islamic architecture and this is no exception this is absolutely gorgeous the blue colors are really gorgeous with the blue skies in the background they are so clear here so it’s just a really nice sight we have been seeing pomegranate juice everywhere here it looks super fresh they just make it fresh and they squeeze it there on the spots and we are gonna go try to find some we are so thirsty after being out of the Sun so behind me here is a very important site for Christian pilgrims so this is allegedly the handprint of Jesus Christ so while he was carrying his cross up the hill he was struggling and he leaned on this rock to rest so pilgrims come here now and also touch this handprint and it’s kind of created in England that is just one example of how amazing and holy the city is just walking down to get some pomegranate juice and the handprint of Jesus Christ is on the wall so it’s incredible [Music] so we just got our freshly squeezed juice this is a mixture of pomegranate and orange juice and as you can see he was just squeezing them fresh cutting them fresh open for us so this is actually quite pulpy and there’s no ice but it feels pretty cold just from being outside oh that is lovely a little sour from the citrus orange very naturally sweet and quite a lot of pulp in there that is really refreshing I can’t tell you how thirsty I am all refreshed after that nice pomegranate orange juice that was really really good now we are heading to another one of the most famous sights trying to fit in as much as we can today we are heading to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre [Music] so behind us here is the Church of the Holy Sepulchre the most religious holiest site in Christianity we did a little bit of research on this place so we’re going to go inside we don’t want to film too much there’s a lot of praying going on in there so we will try to show you a little bit and try to teach you a little bit so it’s about that so the first thing you’re going to see when you enter the Church of the Holy Sepulcher is the rock of anointing you can see behind me pilgrims come here to touch this and pray as they touch it and this is actually the rock that Jesus’s body was laid upon to prepare him for his burial so behind me here is site that’s identified as the tomb of Jesus Christ you can see lots of people lining up to go and touch the two [Music] we just finished off in the Church of the Holy Sepulchre as you saw there are some seriously important sites in there it is absolutely incredible to be here and just really grateful that we could see all that with our own eyes so actually before we leave let me show you one little hidden thing that we found here at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre so if you’re looking at the church right behind me here off to the right side there is a little doorway that leads up to the roof so let’s go up there so as you can see behind me there’s no one up here we escaped all of the tourists that are downstairs and the pilgrims that are kind of going around the church but up here it’s quite peaceful you can kind of escape and get some peace of quiet so that’s my little secret spot here at the Church of the Holy Sepulchre just go past the chapel and up the stairs to the roof we just came back outside and you can see there’s so many tourists here so that’s a nice little peaceful oasis I think now we’re heading to get one more snack today [Music] [Music] [Music] so for our final snack today we are at a legendary sweets shovel Jaffar sweets shop and we are having a Palestinian Arab dessert you can see here this is called kun fa and it is a semolina dough that has been fried stuffed with cheese and then talked with some some crushed pistachios and tons of sugar syrup and then also you can see it’s kind of orange because they use an orange blossom flower so let me break this we have this in Turkey but this is served quite differently actually here and you can probably see the cheese underneath there check that out that is gorgeous and it looks warm so many times [Music] that is dangerously delicious sweet and savory cheese no gravy a little bit of a nutty pistachio flavor and very very sweet from all that liquid syrup one for one more bite this stuff is just too good I loved it when we tried it in this sample and here it is just as good if not better oh and our tea has arrived thank you [Music] this is simply delicious and mints tea comment perfect way to end the day and the craziest thing is they have a massive plate of this couldn’t hang and he said that in the five minutes no that’s sold out the whole thing so contrary to most people it’s not my favorite I don’t actually like that combination very much about what I do like is this to you which actually has a fresh that is a legendary shop within these small alleyways of old Jerusalem really really good kun fa and if you want to have some authentic Palestinian dessert that is the place to try it it is certainly not good for you though let me tell you it’s basically fried dough stuff with cheese with a bunch of sugar all over top of it but it is delicious okay guys that’s going to be it for today’s episode from this incredibly holy city of Jerusalem we had such an amazing time learning and experiencing all these holy sites and also eating tons of delicious food like I said we are putting all the information down in the description box it’s a little bit difficult to find some of these places just because the lanes are so narrow and winding but we’ll do our best to leave some detailed instructions and directions on how to get there so our next episode is going to be coming at you from the West Bank so make sure if you haven’t already hit subscribe and hit the bell icon so you’re notified when we do post a video let us know down in the comment box what you thought looked the most delicious and we’ll see you again on an episode of chopstick Jermel bye bye bye

100 thoughts on “Jerusalem’s BEST Street Food Guide – PALESTINIAN HUMMUS NINJA + HUGE Old Jerusalem Street Food Tour!”

  1. WATCH TO THE END for the BEST kanafeh in Jerusalem! 28 minutes of food HEAVEN in Jerusalem! It was a life changing trip! Next episode is from Bethlehem and The West Bank! follow us here : https://www.instagram.com/chopsticktravel & https://www.facebook.com/chopsticktravel

  2. Love Palestine ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ธ
    From Sydney Australia ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡บ ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ฆ๐Ÿ‡บ

  3. Palestine is all Arabian from the see to the river it a matter of time before we clean it back again , Luke hope you had fun there keep eating Knafeh and do not worry . The wall and Alaqsa mosque and all the mountain is an Islamic property

  4. Kunafa(Kรผnefe) is the turkish desert (Hatay) . ฤฐf you want to eat real kรผnefe come to Hatay

  5. Vive palestinienne ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ฟ๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ฟ๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ฟ๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ฟ๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ฟ๐Ÿ‡ฉ๐Ÿ‡ฟโค๏ธโค๏ธโค๏ธ

  6. Everyone should visit our lovely land and people ๐Ÿ™‚ Long live Palestine! Hopefully soon we will be free from Zionism.

  7. Never in all of history has there been a nation state called "palestine" and there isn't one today. There are no such people as "palestinians." The land is Israel now and forever. https://gellerreport.com/2018/08/how-palestinians-invented.html/?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

  8. "The Issue"
    Is not complicated-At all
    Every time a jew goes to Palestine, always they try to lie and go around saying how the white zionists stole the land and murdered millions of millions of Palestinians regardless of their religion.
    Why are you trying to shove everything under a rug? it's as easy as 123 it's a stolen land, the murders are still on, the stealing and expanding by stealing lands are still going now, because you the jews whites are trying to play innocent and doing nothing wrong.
    This has to come to light or else the people will be dying everyday and will be ignored.What zionists are doing is a crime world wide crime in one place.

  9. 10:58 "They are from Palestine"
    You mean Palestine spices sold by people living in Palestine. Israel is not a country. Palestine is.

  10. 16:20 Cheese Kharoof means Lamb cheese ๐Ÿ˜Œ Most Shami/North Arabs delicacies are made with lamb cheese, I guess it's because of it's availability. And it's delicious of course! I love it because it has mild cheese taste.

  11. Pomegranate $5 for each in Canada ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ I haven't had any since I left Yemen.

  12. Kunafe ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ
    I miss you dearly.

  13. palestinienne ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿคฃ๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜†๐Ÿ˜† Keep dreaming

  14. What you did not mention or know is that the roof is occupied by Ethiopian priests who never leave the roof unattended. The church is shared by the Greek Orthodox, Catholics, Copts, and Lebanese Catholics and perhaps some others. There is always some arguments between the priests of various faiths.

  15. 12:28 Su bardaฤŸฤฑnda Tรผrk kahvesi mi olur mk? | Turkish coffee in the water glass :)) These Arabs are always copying Turkish food ๐Ÿ™‚
    Gerรงek Tรผrk Kahvesi –> https://youtu.be/8kKHhtWdZfc?t=790 <—- Real Turkish Coffee

  16. Luke, it's funny how you ask people to refrain from political arguments when you obviously has an agenda here that is far from being Apolitical, inclusive and peaceful for both sides! You know very well that you shot this video inside Israel, yet you don't mention the word Israel even once, but have no problem mentioning the word "Palestinian" so many times here, and including in the title. You also keep referring to the food there as "Palestinian" food, when in fact the food there is from other countries in the Middle East, Like Humus and Kebabs, they are NOT Palestinian food!!! Even Knafeh is originally from Egypt and Turkey and even Greece, and has nothing to do with "Palestine", except for the fact that they eat it too. You are insulting everyone with your shameful lack of knowledge. If you don't know the facts of what you're filming and spreading, do not post on Youtube, otherwise it's just looks like political propganada of the worst kind!!!

  17. hi this dates fruit sweet same we have in iraq called dates cheurak , also mutabak we same have but full with cream called kahi

  18. ูŠุง ุฌู…ุงู„ูƒ ูŠุง ูู„ุณุทูŠู† ุงู„ู„ู‡ ูŠุตู„ุญ ุญุงู„ ุงู„ุฃู…ุฉ ูˆ ุงู„ู…ุณู„ู…ูŠู† ูˆ ุชุฑุฌุน ุงู„ู‚ุฏุณ ูˆ ูู„ุณุทูŠู† ุนุฑุจูŠุฉ ู…ุณู„ู…ุฉ ูŠุงุฑุจ ุงุฑูุน ุนู†ุง ูˆ ุนุงูู†ุง ูˆ ุณุงู…ุญู†ุง ููŠู…ุง ูุฑุทู†ุง ููŠ ุญู‚ ุซุงู„ุซ ุงู„ุญุฑู…ูŠู† ูˆ ุงุฎูˆุงู†ุง ุงู„ูู„ุณุทูŠู†ูŠู† ุชุญูŠุฉ ู…ู† ุงุฎุชูƒู… ู…ู† ุงู„ุฅู…ุงุฑุงุช ุงู„ู„ู‡ู… ุฑุฏู†ุง ุฑุฏุง ุฌู…ูŠู„ุง ูˆ ุงุฌู…ุนู†ุง ุนู„ูŠ ูƒู„ู…ุฉ ุงู„ุชูˆุญูŠุฏ ูˆ ุงุบูุฑู„ู†ุง ูˆ ุงุฑูุน ุนู†ุง ูˆ ุนุงูู†ุง ุชุญูŠุฉ ู„ู„ุฃุฑุถ ุงู„ุทุงู‡ุฑุฉ ูˆ ุฃู‡ู„ู‡ุง ุงู„ุฃุญุฑุงุฑ ุงู„ู…ุฑุงุจุทูŠู† ุณุงู…ุญูˆู†ุง ููŠู…ุง ูุฑุทู†ุง

  19. The Western Wall of The Roman Fortress Antonia , Not what everybody else thinks it is… Funny everybody believes Josephis except when it comes to this…… It was NOT the Second Temple, the second temple was near the spring near the Fortress. As a matter of fact the Mosque at the dome was a Victory Mosque built over a Crusader Church. The Rock is where Criminals(particularly one famous criminal that was condemned to death by the jews…) stood and were judged by the Roman Governor. The jews have no claim to this structure, if anybody does it is the Christians.

  20. Great video! I live in Israel and I just wanted to point out that the dome of the rock is a shrine not a mosque. 20:22

  21. ุงุดุนุฑ ุงู†ูŠ ู‚ู…ุช ุจุฒูŠุงุฑุฉ ุงู„ู‚ุฏุณ ูˆุดู…ู…ุช ุฑุงุฆุญุฉ ุงู„ุงุฒู‚ุฉ ูˆุดุนุฑุช ุจุฏูุฆู‡ุง ูˆุชุฐูˆู‚ุช ุงุทุนู…ุชู‡ุง … ู„ุง ุงุนุชู‚ุฏ ูŠูˆุฌุฏ ู…ูƒุงู† ุนู„ู‰ ุงู„ุงุฑุถ ุงุฌู…ู„ ูˆู„ุง ุงุฑูˆุน ูˆูŠุดุนุฑูƒ ุจุดุนูˆุฑ ุฌู…ูŠู„ ู…ุซู„ ุชูˆุงุฌุฏูƒ ุจู„ู‚ุฏุณ … ุงู„ู„ู‡ู… ุงุฑุฒู‚ ุฒูŠุงุฑุชู‡ุง ู„ูƒู„ ุนุงุดู‚ ู„ู‡ุง

  22. Hi Luke, I hope you will give an estimation of the Arabic coffee recipe you and your friend had. I never heard of the cardamom, so that's interesting. @13:58 you are correct in your wording, it is the site of the wall, but is not at all any of the old wall. As Jesus said not one stone will be left 'standing' atop another. There is another spot where you can see massive chunks of huge blocks, broken, all jumbled in heaps at the base of the newer wall. ๐Ÿ™‚

  23. you might not see this but im from palestine and who ever is not from palestine and ever goes, know that you NEED to have a friend who will tour with you thats from palestine because if they see that yall are tourists they will over charge you lol. p.s. that sweet bread is NOOTTTT 10 shakels lol its more like 3

  24. Do you tip (gratuities)? Gift? I detect that they worry that they 'must' be congenial lest Western politics assert/exert 'alien' influence. Is al-aqsa accessible if you leave your shoes outside the gate? There's more than faith and a building here.

  25. How the Brits gave the holy land to those evil khazarian monsters is beyond disgusting. May God be with the Palestinian people amen.

  26. Plastine will be free๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ๐Ÿ˜ญ
    ู„ูƒ ุงู„ู„ู‡ ูŠุง ูˆุทู†ูŠ ุงู„ุบุงู„ูŠ

  27. Hey what time of year were you guys there? You seemed pretty bundled up. Im headed there in two weeks and the average temp there right now is apparently 110 degrees Fahrenheit.

  28. NEVER EXPECTED ISRAEL TO BE SO EXPENSIVE AS FAR AS THE FOOD IS CONCERNED. Rs. 600 FOR A WAFER THIN SLICE OF DOUGH STUFFED WITH MEASELY STUFFING OF CHEESE. ANYWAYS, LUKE SINCE YOU ARE ON A GLOBAL CRUSADE DISCOVERING FOOD; YOU DEFINITELY CANNOT AFFORD TO MISS OUT ON UZBEKISTAN ONE OF THE TOP 3 TRAVEL DESTINATIONS IN THE WORLD, AND A VERITABLE WINDFALL FOR FOOD LOVERS ESP. NON-VEG FOOD. THE TRIP TO UZBEK WOULD BE A CROWNING GLORY IN YOU QUEST FOR THE BEST FOOD HAVEN ON EARTH. LARGE PORTIONS OF MEAT ON EVERY PLATTER, AND SUPER CHEAP COMPARITIVELY. ALL THIS ALONG WITH THE TREAT FOR THE EYES OF ONE OF THE CLEANEST & MOST WELL ORGANIZED COUNTRIES IN THE WORLD. AWAITING A SUPER LONG VIDEO ON UZBEKISTAN. MOST IMPORTANTLY, DON'T FORGET TO TAG SABRINA ALONG.

  29. ุฃู†ุง ุฒุฑุช ุงู„ู‚ุฏุณ 1556564433690738958823 ู…ุฑุฉ ๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚ ุงู„ุญู…ุฏ ู„ู„ู‡ .

  30. Food can be kind of expensive in the touristy areas. If you go off the beaten path on the side streets you can find a lot of restaurants where you can find a good meal for $6 – $12.

  31. The guy that gave you his bus. card from Sea Herbs is Jewish. Isaac is the most Jewish name there is. Many Jews came to Israel from Arab countries.

  32. ๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡พ๐Ÿ‡ต๐Ÿ‡ธ๐Ÿ‡ฑ๐Ÿ‡ง๐Ÿ‡ฏ๐Ÿ‡ดGreetings from syria โ™ฅ๏ธโ™ฅ๏ธgreater Syria will rise again (Syria palestine lebanon jordan)

  33. 10 iL for this dates bunn ??? Man u should have a local when visiting arab countries and turkey cos once they know u are a tourist the price goes up

  34. India rocks than this๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ๐Ÿ‡ฎ๐Ÿ‡ณ

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