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Menachem Kuchar's
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Menachem tells it the way he sees it!

On this page you can find a list of all of Menachem's Writings. Please feel free to read them all.

And thank you for all your support. Please feel free to and don't forget to stop by my Photography site to look at my latest (and classic) body of work.

Enjoy!




You can get back to my home page whenever you like; and you can still read the original homepage.


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Note that all the commercials on this site are from a 3rd party feed. I simply provide screen space, and earn a kickback whenever one of my readers is interested enough in an advert's content to push his mouse onto it and press the button. I do not however have any say or control over the what is displayed. It is supposed to be tailored to my narrative -- a type of context sensitivity in advertising. Lately the feeders also use "reader" profiling. I've been telling people for years to disallow cookies (you shouldn't eat them either -- too much sugar) -- yes that's how they do it. You've been warned! On the other hand, many people like it. They like looking at commercials. "Different strokes for different blokes", as Rabbi Riskin always tells me.

So please feel free to view any of the sponsors' sites which may be of interest.


Below is a list of my Writings. Return often to see what's new. I attempt to write often, but don't always have time, and sometimes just don't have the necessary creative juices.


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A Travelogue: Visiting the "new" Jews of Africa

  1. Arrival to Africa
  2. Shabbat in Nairobi
  3. The Road from Eldoret, Kenya to Mbale, Uganda
  4. Visiting the Abayudaya of Putti
  5. Visiting Kakungulu's House and Grave in Gangama, and the Abayudaya of Nabugoye and Namanyonyi
  6. Return to Israel, the long way around



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Want to tell me something -- or have a look at my photograph galleries (each gallery from a different part of the world and representing a different theme - worship in Thailand, Eating Out in Bangkok, Sydney Harbour and Beaches, Hong Kong, New York and non location themes: the World in Reflection and Actualities in Black & Orange). I've also produced two benchers, birchonim: Gush Katif and Hevron (Hebron).