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“The settlers are trying to use the signs to change the identity of Hebron, erase Palestinian history and pretend we do not exist,” said Hebron resident Issa Amro.
This is the third time in a row that ICOMOS has failed to recommend a Palestinian Authority proposal for inscription on the "World Heritage in Danger" list.
Whether credible or not, the plans never came into effect as Israel emerged victorious from the conflict.
Roots and Rituals provides a fascinating window into the origins of Hebrew words, practices and customs. The diversity of different topics makes it the type of book that one can read at any time.
By ALAN ROSENBAUM
This is the only mosaic from the time of the Talmud that has been found in the ancient Jewish village of Korazim.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
The fall of Samaria, which has been known in the Bible to be ruled by the Israelites, has been discussed by numerous scholars and remains a key issue in the Bible.
By RACHEL BERNSTEIN
Surprisingly, part of the struggle for Soviet Jewry was winning over the Israeli government.
By URI MILSTEIN
Two men in their 30s shattered multiple antiquities at a site in the north.
By URI BOLLAG
By TAMARA ZIEVE
University of Haifa and Stanford University researchers discovered the earliest evidence of alcohol production, from 13,000 years ago, in the Rakefet Cave in the Carmel.
Protesters demonstrate against plan to decommission Horns of Hattin national park.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
The museum is open on a trial base until its grand opening in September.
By DAPHNA KRAUSE
Simon Wiesenthal Center rabbi: “It’s really a tally of a White House effort to get votes for a Jewish homeland.”
By MICHAEL WILNER
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