3 thoughts on “Tim Grimm’s ‘Rescue the Ghosts’ – Tikun Olam תיקון עולם إصلاح العالم
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  1. Although my interest in Israel first began when I was a young boy (my father told me early on of liberating a concentration camp in Austria during the war, 1967 was the year my interest in Israel peaked, and has stayed with me ever since. I was living in Europe and followed the Six Day War closely with friends at the US Embassy in Bruxelles. Just after the end of the war, we had dinner with a man who had just come from near Jerusalem who told us stories about the war, about seeing Israeli paratroopers celebrating at the Western Wall, and who told us something none of us had known — Jews had not been allowed to this holiest of sites in Jerusalem since 1948, the year of my birth.

    Thank you for your fine blog and all you do.

    By the way, if you enjoy world music, you might enjoy http://www.worldmusicstore.com, a site I began 10 years ago.

  2. I was quite recently introduced to Tim Grimm when the awesome singer/songwriter Eric Taylor opened a recent concert with Tim’s “Cover These Bones”, a really great observation of our treatment of the Native Americans. So I got all his CD’s, and was hooked the first time I heard “Holding Up The World”. Tim is one awesome songwriter/singer

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