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Emek Shaveh, an NGO that works to "defend cultural heritage rights and to protect ancient sites as public assets that belong to members of all communities, faiths and peoples," condemned the action.
Government Press Office trumpeted British Home Minister's visit to Western Wall, while the British Consulate played it down.
The expected presence of American officials at the event will be the first time the United States will recognize Israeli sovereignty within areas of the Old City Basin.
Roads in the Old City are closed to enable thousands of people to make their way on foot to the Temple Mount.
By BENJY SINGER
The impact of experiencing Jewish roots in ancient Jerusalem is profound. As Doron Spielman said, “We don’t have a narrative, we have a story grounded in tangible fact.”
By MAX RICHARDSON
The Tower of David Museum has opened a new exhibition simply called The Mount, a photographic exhibition, presenting the story of the mountain within the history of the modern city of Jerusalem.
By MIKKI SHANA
Trying to make photographic sense of the Old City
By EITAN SIMANOR
According to an account by one of the injured students, the car backed up and tried to run them over a second time.
By TZVI JOFFRE
Despite the challenges and limitations, four kilometers of streets in the Muslim, Armenian and Christian Quarters in the Old City of Jerusalem are now fully accessible.
By PEGGY CIDOR
“The Mount: A Photographic Journey” uses images dating from the time of the first camera (1838) until today the story of Jerusalem’s holiest site: The Temple Mount, also known as Al Haram aSharif.
Proponents say it will help tourists get to the Old City, but the Karaites join environmentalists, archaeologists and watch-dog groups in petitioning against the cable car project.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Jordan has complained about the incidents. King Abdullah of Jordan is heading to Washington Sunday for meetings and neither he nor Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu want escalation in Jerusalem.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
The local finance committee this week approved a budget of NIS 1.8 million for construction of a 280-meter bridge from the Abu Tor neighborhood to Mt. Zion and the Old City.
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