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Jerusalem United

Celebrating the re-unification of Israel's eternal capital.

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Published: April 14, 2010

Jerusalem of Gold sung by Sam Glaser, www.samglaser.com

Photo Credit: www.israelimage.net


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Visitor Comments: 43

(41) Helene Jenkins, May 13, 2013 2:10 AM

Jeruslem United

Beautiful. you had it on aish.com a few weeks ago in english. Please make this version available again so my children can understand it. Pleaseand Thank You

(40) Joey, May 7, 2013 9:04 PM

Inspiring! God bless!

(39) ruth housman, May 21, 2012 11:05 AM

Jerusalem of Gold, Jerusalem of Old, Jerusalem of God

It would seem all these words in the subject line are related, and it's true, they ARE. So much blood has been shed over this City of Gold, and it is said, through the EAST Gate, the Messiah will come. What will the Messiah bring of tidings of great joy to the entire world? It has to be, about World Peace, and it will have to be a shared, Victorious Secret. Because I cannot perceive of splitting families, and we are the Family of Man. So how to accomplish this in a country, the size of a postage stamp? So many people, around the world, all clamoring for a piece of this sacred ground. I believe it's going to happen, because I am a believer, and I also believe, there's an astounding story that surrounds ALL stories, that will OUT. I am thinking, for the world to stand at the Wailing Wall and ponder, a "Whale" of a tale, because I am seeing a story, deeply encoded in the sacred alphabets around the world that's going to bring us all home.

(38) Anonymous, May 21, 2012 4:48 AM

Brachah

May HaSh-m bless us His people, Yisrael, enlarge our families and our borders, and grant us peace. Omein.

(37) Yochanan, May 21, 2012 4:44 AM

Our birthright

I oppose any notion of dividing the land and giving it to strangers. It is prohibited by our Law! We also have a Law that says one law to both Jew and stranger amongst us. It is prohibited to oppress the stranger living amongst us, but we must not give up our birthright. Our name is not Esav.

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