The story of how an American and an Israeli couple are returning to their homeland from the United States to Israel and back again is a reminder that a common bond between them can be more than a bond of convenience.
It all began in the late 1990s when Benny and Karen Green, who have been living in Los Angeles for decades, decided they needed to find a new life in Israel.
They were living in a small apartment in the West Hollywood neighborhood of Beverly Hills.
Benny Green, the son of an Israeli Air Force pilot, was looking for a place to live in a new community, and his wife, Karen, was a nurse.
Benny, an avid soccer player, wanted to join the Israel National Team, and she was willing to work as a nurse in order to pay for the trip.
Benny was a good soccer player and was a member of the Los Angeles Jewish community, but he was also a devoted son.
Karen Green, a nurse and a member the Israel national soccer team, arrived in Israel in May 1995, and the couple spent two years in Israel learning about the Jewish state, the culture and the people there.
It was there that the couple began their first marriage.
Benny and his family were initially reluctant to take Karen on the trip, but eventually they accepted.
In Israel, Karen Green lived in a large house with a courtyard.
It is in the same neighborhood where Benny’s parents, who immigrated from South Africa, raised their four children.
Benny grew up in a relatively affluent neighborhood.
He would always play with his friends, go to synagogue and play video games.
When Karen Green arrived in Los Angles, she knew that the life in the United Kingdom was not for her.
In fact, she thought it would be better for her to live with her mother and her sister in Jerusalem.
Benny’s family would eventually move back to Los Angeles.
She began studying law and she also enrolled in an international business school.
They decided to return to Israel, and they applied for a visa to the United Nations.
After a year of searching, Karen and Benny Green were granted their visa.
Their second trip to Israel was to the Palestinian refugee camp of Beit Hanoun in the southern Gaza Strip.
There, Benny was given a room and a chair to sit on.
Karen and her family lived in this room and had a TV set, but they did not have an Internet connection.
They would have to use an antenna.
The couple began to get frustrated with their experience in the U.K. because they could not find an apartment in Israel, even though they had been in Los Alamos for a couple of years.
They also could not rent a house.
They were frustrated with the fact that they could rent apartments in Israel for only a few months a year and that they would have no chance of finding a place in Israel because they were not allowed to go to the country.
They also began to feel that they were being treated as second class citizens, that their rights were being violated.
The issue of discrimination in Israel was something that they felt was under-reported in the media.
They wanted to find out more about the issue.
In 1997, Benny and the Green family made the first of several trips to Israel.
The Green family moved to a new apartment in Jerusalem and the two families started to explore the possibility of settling down.
In 2000, they decided to relocate to the West Bank and started to work with the Israeli Embassy.
The embassy was very helpful and they were able to secure Israeli citizenship for the Green Family.
The Green family is now members of the Israel Association for Israel’s (IAI) Board of Directors.
Benny also is a member.
They live in Tel Aviv and Karen lives in the nearby West Bank.
Their main concern in Israel is the issue of Palestinian refugees, which they are all well aware of.
They feel that the refugees should be given a better future.
In addition to the need for refugees in Israel and the United Knesset, they also feel that refugees have contributed greatly to the advancement of Israeli society.
They hope that they can contribute to the peace process.
A week before their second trip, Benny Green was called by a journalist and asked to comment on the conflict in Gaza.
He told the reporter that he would never comment on an Israeli conflict but would only say that the situation was complicated and that the Palestinian Authority has a legitimate right to hold onto the territory it captured from Israel in the 1967 war.
He also said that he had visited the Gaza Strip recently and that he could not say much about the situation there.
Kerry and Benny have a very close relationship and their first meeting was when Kerry visited Israel in 2005 to meet with Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Olmert.
Benny came to visit Kerry when he visited the United Arab Emirates and was able to visit the West Jerusalem neighborhood of Shuafat with Kerry, who has been a guest of the Green clan since 2002.Krish