explorers sought to determine how it broke apart.
According to EAPPI representative Hilary Minch, the
land is owned by the Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem, Fouad Twal.
Ann Minch, the
author of the video states she is staging a "debtors' revolt right here, right now" and although she calls her actions "civil disobedience," Minch refuses to pay the bank one more penni unless it returns the interest rate and monthly installment amount to what it was before the rate hike.
The chain forms part of the Hebrides, which is separated from the Scottish mainland and the Inner Hebrides by the stormy waters of the Minch, the
Little Minch and Sea of the Hebrides.