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Ancient city traditionally believed to have been founded by King David. Capital city of Israel, although not internationally recognized. West Jerusalem mainly Jewish, East Jerusalem, captured by Israel in 1967 is mainly Arab. Home to Western Wall, holiest site in Judaism. City holy to Jews, Muslims and Christians. Population of 800,000.
Movers and shakers in Israeli society.
While the IDF does not usually carry out enforcement in Areas A and B, in this case the buildings were constructed too close to the security barrier.
The Jerusalem Film Festival will run from July 25 to August 4
By HINDY PEARSON
Kushner, Greenblatt are ‘amateurs,’ he told UN forum.
By TOVAH LAZAROFF,KHALED ABU TOAMEH
Only 15 people were able to visit the newly opened resting place of the Adiabenian Jewish queen in Jerusalem, but then a Thursday clash led to the closing of the site.
By HAGAY HACOHEN
“A big part of Ramadan is the hospitality we give to others and…one of the big purchases (Muslims here) make is sweetened soft drinks which are very unhealthy,” Barakat told The Jerusalem Report.
By JUDITH SUDILOVSKY
“When Quentin shoots a movie, it’s a big deal. Obviously, I take an active part in it, and [it influences] all the atmosphere at home," Pick said.
By HANNAH BROWN
"The Conference will address the issue of Israel’s policies and measures aimed at changing the character of Jerusalem, which have significant political, legal and socio-economic ramifications."
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
“Each year, since the entry of Palestine into UNESCO in 2011, Jewish heritage has been trampled and stolen to validate a Palestinian narrative."
By ALEX WINSTON
The former U.S. ambassador to the U.N. is in the country ahead of a press conference.
The City of David has already changed Jerusalem. A new discovery there opening soon will change the way Jews connect with their past in a way never seen before.
By YAAKOV KATZ
“The idea is to talk about the actual Jerusalem, of the streets and the people, not of big buildings or the history. Rather it is about the personal history of people from here.”
By BARRY DAVIS
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