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Jewish Presence To Grow in East Jerusalem

Monday, January 31st, 2005

The Israeli cabinet has decided that more than half of the property in East Jerusalem is government property and may be sold or leased to Jews. The new policy was agreed on last summer but was not revealed until last week. The cabinet decision is based on the Absentee Property Law that defines an absentee […]

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Site of Temple Water Libation Festivities Uncovered

Friday, December 24th, 2004

New excavations in Jerusalem’s City of David, now the Arab neighborhood of Silwan, have revealed the location of the most joyous of all Temple services. A large paved assembly area and water channel, used for the festive Simhat Beit HaShoeva in the times of the Holy Temple, has been uncovered in recent days at an […]

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Lupolianski wants Arab Wadi Joz rezoned for Jews

Sunday, October 10th, 2004

Jerusalem Mayor Uri Lupolianski wants to rezone a neighborhood of Wadi Joz, in the eastern section of the capital, for the purpose of settling Jews in the area. The neighborhood in question was zoned and planned a number of years ago by the Housing Ministry for Arab residents. In a letter sent recently to the […]

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Mass Prayer at Western Wall Precedes Gaza Expulsion Protest

Monday, September 13th, 2004

Western Wall, Jerusalem A prayer rally filled the Western Wall plaza as thousands of worshippers cried out to God to protect the Jewish people from terrorism and expulsion from parts of Israel. The prayer rally preceded the major rally scheduled to take place in Zion Square, in Jerusalems City Center. Psalms were sung in a […]

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Follow-Up to the Temple Mount Wedding

Sunday, September 12th, 2004

Now that it’s over, the details can be told – and a participant in both the Temple Mount “wedding ceremony” and the follow-up later on yesterday evening does just that. Now that it’s over, the details can be told. Netayah and Techiyah Fruman were married yesterday on the Temple Mount – and later in the […]

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More Moslem Plans To Destroy Jewish Bonds With Temple Mount

Tuesday, August 31st, 2004

The Moslem Waqf plans to remove another few thousand tons of dirt dug up in the course of its illegal construction/destruction work on the Temple Mount. The dirt contains ancient remnants from the Temple Mount, and the leaders of the Committee to Prevent the Destruction of Temple Mount Antiquities will meet on Sunday with Antiquities […]

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The Jewish athlete: A cut above

Sunday, August 22nd, 2004

Jews and the Olympic Games By Paul Yogi Mayer Valentine Mitchell 255pp., $27.95 It’s like the punch line of a joke: Someone displays the cover of a book entitled Greatest Jewish Sport Heroes, only to reveal that the volume is just three pages long. It is an outdated misconception; any true sports fan can quickly […]

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Return the Israeli Flag to the Temple Mount!

Wednesday, July 28th, 2004

This speech by Nadia Matar, Chairperson, Women in Green, at the Tisha B’Av Evening Walk around the Old City Walls of Jerusalem was delivered in Hebrew. The following is an English translation thereof. Return the Israeli Flag to the Temple Mount! On June 7, 1967, our paratroopers broke through the Lions’ Gate, and liberated the […]

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Jews Barred From Temple Mount While Mourning Destruction Of Temples

Wednesday, July 28th, 2004

The Temple Mount – Judaism’s holiest site – was closed to Jews today in response to Muslim threats of violence if Jews were allowed to visit. The decision was made by Jerusalem Police Chief Ilan Franco, citing the threat of Arab violence toward Jews who would enter the holy site. The closure is particularly painful […]

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Joy In JerusalemĀ“s Yemenite Village

Friday, June 11th, 2004

Another moving ceremony marking yet the latest stage in reclaiming Jewish neighborhoods in Jerusalem was held yesterday in the area known as the Yemenite Village. Located near the City of David, below and just to the southeast of the Temple Mount, the area was home to many Jewish families, mostly from Yemen, from the 1880’s […]

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