Jerusalem

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Photo Friday: Builders of the Wall

The Book of Nehemiah tells how its author, a Jew under Persian rule, rebuilt the walls of Jerusalem, the Holy City.

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God Has the Power to Send Healing

More than a thousand people prayed for God's help in stopping the coronavirus outbreak that has already killed more than 1,700 people.

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Photo Friday: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Our Common Struggle

The Jewish state and the Jewish people had a faithful friend in Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

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Jerusalem Opens New Section of Famed Ramparts Walk

On Jerusalem’s Ramparts Walk, you can walk on the ancient walls to see the Old City from above. Now the path extends even farther reports ISRAEL21c.

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Holocaust Survivors at Western Wall for Hanukkah Candle Lighting

As many as 100 Holocaust survivors gathered at the Western Wall last week to light a Hanukkah candle and celebrate and express their faith, reports the Jerusalem Post.

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Photo Friday: Among the Aged

Yad LaKashish ("Lifeline for the Elderly" in Hebrew) is a Fellowship program that provides Israel's elderly with aid, work, and companionship.

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The Procession Was All Afoot

After driving the occupying Ottoman Turks from Jerusalem during World War I, General Allenby entered the Holy City on foot as a sign of respect.

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Dozens of E-Scooters to Be Scattered Around Jerusalem

A pilot program for e-scooters in Jerusalem will give commuters a new way to get places faster.

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Photo Friday: Stronger Than Lions

The "Lions of the Jewish Quarter" greet visitors to Jerusalem's Old City.

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The Last Rabbi of Timbuktu

A Moroccan Jew who traveled to the Holy Land to study, Rabbi Mordechai spent much of the 19th century traveling and serving such far-flung lands as Syria, Algeria, Mali, and the Sahara.

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Old City Sites, Lanes Now Accessible for Travelers in Wheelchairs

Now tourists who are disabled have better access to many of Jerusalem’s popular sites after a 9-year renovation project reports the Times of Israel.

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Record Number of Jews Visit Temple Mount on Tisha B’Av

Despite rioting by Palestinians, 1,700 Jews were able to observe day of mourning at the holy site.

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