Nonfiction | September 01, 2006

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There is a disorder called “Jerusalem syndrome” that affects one percent of visitors to Jerusalem each year. Gender and race have nothing to do with it, although a Judeo-Christian upbringing helps….One day, all of a sudden, normal tourists will begin to dress in white sheets and make proclamations on street corners.

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