This week in Jerusalem 494546

Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs

June 1, 2017 20:55
4 minute read.
Jerusalem Day

On Jerusalem Day last Wednesday, members of the Tag Meir movement presented flowers to passersby in the Old City’s Muslim Quarter. (photo credit: YOSSI ZAMIR/TAG MEIR)


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For and against

While thousands of Israelis, locals and visitors from across the country and the world celebrated 50 years since the day IDF paratroops commander Motta Gur announced that the Temple Mount was in our hands, there were at least 50 Jews from the US who preferred to protest against the celebration gathered at the Damascus Gate.


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