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Israel Slams ‘Absurd’ UNESCO Decision on Jerusalem, West Bank Holy Sites

Israel Slams 'Absurd' UNESCO Decision on Jerusalem, West Bank Holy Sites UNESCO board adopted last week five proposals initiated by Arab member states regarding sites which are considered holy to both Jews and Muslims. A decision by the United Nations body in charge of preserving historical sites to define West Bank shrines

What Are The Most Important Religious Sites In Jerusalem?

Visiting Religious Sites in Jerusalem Jerusalem, Israel Jerusalem is one of the oldest & holiest cities in the world, home to important religious sites for Muslims, Jews, and Christians. These are some of the most sacred sites. All three of the world’s major monotheistic faiths consider Jerusalem sacred, and the city is full

Israel removes key sites from Jerusalem’s Old City Map

Israeli ministry's map of Jerusalem's Old City marks historically unimportant sites and omits key non-Jewish holy sites. The Israeli tourism ministry's official Old City map erases important Muslim and Christian holy sites and entire neighbourhoods around the historic basin [Harvey Meston/Getty Images] Jerusalem - In groups of twos, threes and families, visitors

Christian leader: We can make a change for Israel by doing our homework

The Christian world needs to take a bold stand for the Jewish people and State of Israel, not only by praying, but by taking action to change the reality, the leader of a European Christian grassroots movement said. “When we do our homework, when we know the history, when we know

Found: Fresh Clues to Mystery of King Solomon’s Mines

Found: Fresh Clues to Mystery of King Solomon's Mines Analysis of 3,000-year-old animal waste confirms that an ancient mining complex in Israel dates to the golden age of the biblical monarch. Manure preserved for millennia by the arid climate of Israel’s Timna Valley is adding fresh fuel to a long-simmering debate about

Students Unearth a 2000-Year-Old Jewish Settlement near Beit Shemesh

Some 240 eleventh-grade students from Jerusalem’s Boyer High School have discovered an original and rewarding way of reducing their travel costs to Poland: Working for an entire week on archaeological excavations at Ramat Beit Shemesh, far from their computers and air-conditioned classroom. The ritual baths discovered. Photo: Assaf Peretz, courtesy of

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