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Jewish people are alive and well, the proof is in ashes

Ashes from the destruction of the Second Temple!

Sifting through temple mount debris at the new Masuot Lookout site.

Temple Mount project: Salvaging heritage from archaeological crime debris

The project, which re-opened in June with a new center at Masuot Lookout, has been hopeful to finally manifest a long-term dream of comprehensively publishing its findings.

Visitors at Zedekiah’s cave

Entertainment and exploration of ancient sites in Jerusalem

Together with the Ramparts Walk, Zedekiah’s Cave and the Roman Plaza provide a glimpse into Jerusalem’s ancient past – the musical performances in the Cave provide an excellent view into its present.


Fish sales expected to jump as no-meat 'Nine Days' approach

The Nine Days begin on the first day of the Hebrew month of Av, nine days before the fast of Tisha Be'av (the ninth day of Av).


‘Navel of the world,’ through the ages

Embark on a photographic expedition of the Temple Mount – Jerusalem’s holiest and most contentious site.


Parshat Vayikra: Can there be a replacement for the Temple?

Yes, the Jewish nation survived. It maintained a strong national awareness and even returned to its land by the grace of God.

Poll: 68% of Israeli Jews want Jewish prayer on Temple Mount

Nearly three-quarters (72%) of Jewish Israelis think Israel should maintain its sovereignty over the Temple Mount

Palestinian women celebrate outside Temple Mount in Jerusalem

Jerusalem prayer-protests pass peacefully

After Temple Mount opened to men under 50, thousands come to al-Aksa.

The Temple Mount charade

There is nothing better to set the Arab world on fire than false claims that the Jewish state is altering the status quo on the Temple Mount.

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