Blog Posts - Jerusalem



Ancient Cardo in the Heart of Jerusalem

“Cardio” is Greek for “heart”, and in Jerusalem, the Cardo refers to the Street of Pillars set at the very heart of the city. This 22.5-meter wide ancient street used to be the major thoroughfare of Jerusalem’s Old City 1,500 years ago. Jer...
by Cush Travel on Dec 20, 2016

Learn the Bible inside the Tisch Family Zoological Gardens

Jerusalem is home to a number of archeological finds with important cultural and religious significance. The Holy City can easily take up a high priority on your bucket list especially if you are religious. It is the birthplace of Islam, Judaism and...
by Cush Travel on Dec 19, 2016

UN ambassadors' delegation visits Western Wall and Ma'aleh Adumim

In a positive example set by some delegates at the UN (and those are surely rare today), they joined Danny Danon on a visit to two important places: Israeli Ambassador to the United Nations Danny Danon welcomed a delegation of fourteen ambassadors to...
by Tel-Chai Nation on Dec 16, 2016

Authorities not enforcing restrictions against pair of Haredi child molestors

An article in the Jerusalem Post alerts everybody that the state attorney/police have released two child rapists from the Haredi enclave of Mea Shearim without restrictions, and may not even be pursuing the case seriously in court: If two men accuse...
by Tel-Chai Nation on Dec 14, 2016

Shas is still giving Orthodox Judaism a bad name by submitting an extreme bill for law

The socialist Haredi party wants to pass into law a bill that would land anybody who violates their reprehensible beliefs at the Western Wall into jail with a fine: The Shas party submitted a bill on Sunday that would make it illegal to hold pluralis...
by Tel-Chai Nation on Dec 12, 2016

A new edition of Monopoly dedicated to Jerusalem

The famous board game by Charles Darrow is now getting an Israelized edition set in Jerusalem: Jerusalem has been fought over for millennia, and continues to be to this day. The struggles have often turned violent, as the city has been battled over...
by Tel-Chai Nation on Dec 12, 2016

BOOK PREVIEW [coming May 2017] Sovereignty Conflicts and International Law and Politics: A Distributive Justice Issue. Chapter One: General Structure

Sovereignty Conflicts and International Law and PoliticsA Distributive Justice IssueBy Jorge E. NúñezPreviously:About the BookBOOK PREVIEW: Chapter One: Introduction.Chapter OneGeneral structureTo evaluate the potential for using principles of...
by Jorge's Blog on Dec 9, 2016

Another amazing discovery made by archaeologists in The Holy Sepulcher

Church of the Holy Sepulchre photo: franklinnow.comFor decades, archaeologists and theologians have debated whether the Church of the Holy Sepulcher in Jerusalem is really the place where Christ was buried and that he rose after being crucified.
by Potent Scientia Est on Dec 6, 2016

Muslim arsonists caught in the act

3 days ago, a pair of jihad arsonists were arrested while plying their evil trade: Two Arab arsonists were captured on Tuesday while they were lighting fires next to the Atarot industrial zone in northern Jerusalem. Border Police officers operating...
by Tel-Chai Nation on Dec 2, 2016

Pousada Jerusalém

Pousada Jerusalém Habitação de Paz Informações da Pousada √ Ar Condicionado √ Aceita Animais √ Garagem √ Televisão √ Café da Manhã √ Wi-Fi     Sobre a Pousada Jerusalém Habitação de Paz Dispondo de WiFi gratuito...
by Aparecida do Norte Hotéis on Dec 1, 2016

Warriors in the name of the Cross

" God wants ! " The appeal launched by Pope Urban II in 1095 has a tremendous impact. Both nobles and poor people no longer endure the thought that the Holy City to be violated by infidels.It was concordIn Europe, the tradition of pilgrimages began t...
by Potent Scientia Est on Nov 23, 2016

After 500 years, Jesus' tomb was open again. '' I was amazed at what I found under the marble '

Jesus' Tomb Opened photo: nationalgeographic.comFor  the first time, researchers have found that surface, is traditionally considered to be the tomb of Jesus. Located Holy Sepulchre Church in Jerusalem tomb was covered with marble tiles in the s...
by Potent Scientia Est on Oct 28, 2016

From public to prison moralist: Haredi slasher bashed up in cell for provocations

The convicted Haredi murderer Yishai Schlissel is still making some eyebrow raising headlines, as it's revealed he shredded another prisoner's pictures of his daughters because he despised how they were dressed: Yishai Schlissel, the ultra-Orthodox...
by Tel-Chai Nation on Aug 17, 2016

Bar Kochva's ballista ball

Some students in Gush Etzion dug up an ancient weapon used during the Bar Kochva revolution in ancient times: An ancient ballista ball, claimed to be one of those used by Jewish warriors fighting against the Roman Empire during the Bar-Kochba revolt...
by Tel-Chai Nation on Aug 16, 2016

Where is the real al Aqsa mosque?

According to Mordecai Kedar, it's not in Jerusalem: A well known proverb says "liars need to have good memories." The reasoning is clear: a liar needs to remember his own lies and whom he told them to in order to avoid contradicting himsel...
by Tel-Chai Nation on Aug 12, 2016

CHAPTER 20: BEWARE OF THE JERUSALEM SERPENT WELL; DUNG/REFUSE GATE

Originally posted on AAA Jack's watchman notes: Nehemiah 2:13 “And I went out by night through the Valley Gate to the Serpent Well and the  Dung Gate, and viewed the walls of Jerusalem which were broken down and its gates which were burned wi...

Will they or won't they?

Some Haredi yeshivas in the USA have agreed to improve their secular studies. But those that aren't providing their students with a proper education also aren't giving the best signs they'll cooperate: As the Core Curriculum law was repealed in Isra...
by Tel-Chai Nation on Aug 10, 2016

Israeli Arabs are now willing to sell property to Jews more

There's some good news if you're somebody who wants to improve residential status for Jews in Israel: Arabs across Israel and on both sides of the Green Line are increasingly willing to sell to Jews, says a Jerusalem city councilman, calling it a go...
by Tel-Chai Nation on Aug 1, 2016

Haredi slasher at homosexual parade tried to arrange new attack from prison

The homosexual "pride" parade has come and gone this year, but the crazy Haredi who murdered teenaged Shira Banki at last year's gathering tried to make a name for himself again this year, as authorities charge that he tried to get his brot...
by Tel-Chai Nation on Jul 25, 2016

Terrorist attack thwarted in downtown Jerusalem

Thanks to the observance of an alert security guard, a potential terrorist attack was stopped: A terrorist attack on the Jerusalem light rail was thwarted Sunday morning, thanks to an observant security guard. The guard spotted a Palestinian youth...
by Tel-Chai Nation on Jul 17, 2016


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