American tourist Peter Scherr uses a smartphone to send a photograph of his daughter using a Wi-Fi router placed on a donkey Kfar Kedem, a biblical reenactment park in the village of Hoshaya in the Galilee, northern Israel, Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2012. Visitors riding donkeys through the Old Testament landscape can now also surf the web while being transported across the land of the Bible. Organizers are hoping to connect the younger generation to ancient Galillee life while allowing them to like, share, tweet and snap it instantly to their friends. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit)

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American tourist Peter Scherr uses a smartphone to send a photograph of his daughter using a Wi-Fi router placed on a donkey Kfar Kedem, a biblical reenactment park in the village of Hoshaya in the Galilee, northern Israel, Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2012. Visitors riding donkeys through the Old Testament landscape can now also surf the web while being transported across the land of the Bible. Organizers are hoping to connect the younger generation to ancient Galillee life while allowing them to like, share, tweet and snap it instantly to their friends. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit)
American tourist Peter Scherr uses a smartphone to send a photograph of his daughter using a Wi-Fi router placed on a donkey Kfar Kedem, a biblical reenactment park in the village of Hoshaya in the Galilee, northern Israel, Wednesday, Aug. 22, 2012. Visitors riding donkeys through the Old Testament landscape can now also surf the web while being transported across the land of the Bible. Organizers are hoping to connect the younger generation to ancient Galillee life while allowing them to like, share, tweet and snap it instantly to their friends. (AP Photo/Ariel Schalit)
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