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Dancing in Jerusalem

My groovy, let's-all-make-aliyah theme song that describes the various major redemption moments of the past century.

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Temple Mount Gold

Temple Mount Gold

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Ancient gold treasure from 6th century discovered in Jerusalem.

Lincoln's Secretary of State’s Jerusalem Visit

Lincoln's Secretary of State’s Jerusalem Visit

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William H. Seward’s travelogue describes Friday Night Services at the Western Wall.

Seven Questions: Unearthing the Bible

Seven Questions: Unearthing the Bible

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Dr. Eilat Mazar is revealing the footsteps of Jewish biblical history in Jerusalem.

Jerusalem: Eye of the Universe

Jerusalem: Eye of the Universe

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A passionate music video that reveals some of the most stunning views of Jerusalem.

The Battle for Jerusalem

The Battle for Jerusalem

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A reporter’s firsthand account of the unintended conquest.

Jerusalem United

Jerusalem United

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

Jerusalem: 4,000 Years in 5 Minutes

Jerusalem: 4,000 Years in 5 Minutes

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Throughout history only Israel has protected the freedom of all peoples and faiths in Jerusalem.

The Mount of Olives

The Mount of Olives

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Judaism's oldest cemetery is again the target of vandalism.

At the Western Wall

At the Western Wall

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Jerusalem is the light of the world.

Why Jerusalem Matters

Why Jerusalem Matters

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For millennium of exile, Jews always turned toward Jerusalem. What memory were they eager to preserve?

Magic of Shavuot 1967

Magic of Shavuot 1967

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200,000 Jews converged on the Western Wall that day.

Jerusalem's 2,000-Year-Old Channel

Jerusalem's 2,000-Year-Old Channel

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Ancient tunnel discovered beneath the Western Wall Plaza reaffirms the Jewish connection to this holy site.

Jerusalem: The Mayor's Vision

Jerusalem: The Mayor's Vision

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Jerusalem must stay united. There is not one example in the world of a divided city that ever worked.

Jerusalem: Heart of Our Heart

Jerusalem: Heart of Our Heart

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Jerusalem is above politics.

Forgetting My Right Hand

Forgetting My Right Hand

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How can we forget Jerusalem, a concept inextricably attached to who we are as Jews?

Why Do We Still Mourn

Why Do We Still Mourn

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Why is there so much emphasis on remembering Jerusalem in our lives?

A Home for the Soul

A Home for the Soul

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The Temple Mount arouses Jewish passions like no other issue. Here's why.

My Home, My History, My Heart

My Home, My History, My Heart

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My house in the Old City of Jerusalem is a portal to the long chain of Jewish history.

Jerusalem: City of Peace

Jerusalem: City of Peace

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Being in Jerusalem is the fulfillment of the hopes and prayers of millions of Jews over the generations.

The Story of Jerusalem

The Story of Jerusalem

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The cherished history of Jerusalem, based on ancient Jewish sources.

Jerusalem in Greek and Roman Sources

Jerusalem in Greek and Roman Sources

by Rivkah Fishman-Duker

The Jewish identity of Jerusalem in Greek and Roman sources.

Jerusalem, Earthly and Heavenly

Jerusalem, Earthly and Heavenly

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There is no way for a body to survive once its heart has been broken asunder.

Loving and Losing Jerusalem

Loving and Losing Jerusalem

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Jerusalem's Old City and Temple Mount – the focal point of Jewish destiny – is in danger of being relinquished.

Jerusalem  (10 min video)

Jerusalem (10 min video)

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A Stunning video tour of 3000 years of Jewish History.

Liberation of the Wall

Liberation of the Wall

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In June 1967, Jews from all over the World were electrified that the Wall was once again in our hands.

Six Reasons Why The Wall Is Holy

Six Reasons Why The Wall Is Holy

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The Western Wall is at the root of the Jewish nation.

Jerusalem and Her Lovers

Jerusalem and Her Lovers

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January 2001: a cross-section of hundreds of thousands of Jews gather to express their love for Jerusalem.

Reclaiming Biblical Jerusalem

Reclaiming Biblical Jerusalem

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The world of archeology is rocked by evidence of King David's palace unearthed in Jerusalem.

Babylon's Fallen Tyrant

Babylon's Fallen Tyrant

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Saddam Hussein saw himself as the reincarnation of Nebuchadnezzar. And he suffered the same ignoble fate.

Siege of Jerusalem

Siege of Jerusalem

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The Tenth of Tevet marks Nebuchadnezzar's siege of Jerusalem 2,500 years ago. What is the message for us today?

A Time to Weep

A Time to Weep

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We avoid pictures from the Holocaust because we don't want to cry. But only tears open all the gates of heaven.

Tears on Tisha B'Av

Tears on Tisha B'Av

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It's a dynamic that transcends generations: Tisha B'Av and the future of Jerusalem are inextricably linked.

How Nachmanides Rebuilt Jerusalem

How Nachmanides Rebuilt Jerusalem

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Forced to flee from Spain at age 72, the great sage restored Jerusalem's ruins.

Jerusalem In My Heart

Jerusalem In My Heart

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Peace is the noblest of aspirations, but can one always say, "Peace at any price"?

Mayor with the Golden Touch

Mayor with the Golden Touch

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Uri Lupolianski, mayor of Jerusalem, has an even bigger claim to fame. An Aish.com exclusive.

Jerusalem: Jewish and Muslim Claims to the Holy City

Jerusalem: Jewish and Muslim Claims to the Holy City

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Jerusalem is at the center of the Arab-Israeli conflict. What are the spiritual, historical and political claims – from both sides?

Heart of  the Nation

Heart of the Nation

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At the mass rally on January 8 in Jerusalem, the most powerful words came from Avital Sharansky, who'd led an international struggle for the release of her husband, Soviet refusenik Natan Sharansky.

Fighting for the Jewish Quarter

Fighting for the Jewish Quarter

by Dr. Aaron Lerner, Director, IMRA

Talk about dividing up the Old City stirs memories of the Jewish Quarter which was destroyed by Arabs in 1948.

Mystical Secret of the Western Wall

Mystical Secret of the Western Wall

by Discovery Seminar Sourcebook

Through the centuries, one symbol of the Jewish People has miraculously remained intact: the Western Wall.

Western Wall: Yesterday and Today

Western Wall: Yesterday and Today

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What we see today is only a small portion of the actual Wall.

What You See When Looking At the Wall

What You See When Looking At the Wall

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A detailed description of the fences, gates, and hills surrounding the wall.

The Temple and Jewish Unity

The Temple and Jewish Unity

by Aish.com Staff

Why was the Temple destroyed? The Talmud says: Because of baseless hatred amongst Jews.

Rebuilding the Temple

Rebuilding the Temple

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We must feel the pain of exile if we have any hope of reversing it.

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