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Israel destruye cementerio musulmán para construir Museo de la Tolerancia

Para la construcción del Museo de la Toelrancia, Israel destruye un cementerio musulmán que se encuentra en el oeste de Jerusalem, situación que ha provocado…

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August 19, 2010   Posted in: Jerusalem  Comments Closed

Travel to Jerusalem, Israel

We profile one of the oldest cities in the world, and Israel’s largest city: Jerusalem.

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Israel approves 100 Jerusalem homes

Israel approves the building of 100 more homes in East Jerusalem as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu completed a meeting in Washington with U.S. President Barack…

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O Jerusalem

“O Jerusalem” meticulously re-creates the historic struggle surrounding the creation of the State of Israel in 1948.

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Who Owns Jerusalem?

Jerusalem, for three of the world’s largest religions, is one of the most holy places on earth. For Jews it is where Solomon’s Temple was a place of God’s special…

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March 23, 2007   Posted in: Jerusalem  Comments Closed

Israel destruye cementerio musulmán para construir Museo de la Tolerancia

Para la construcción del Museo de la Toelrancia, Israel destruye un cementerio musulmán que se encuentra en el oeste de Jerusalem, situación que ha provocado…

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August 19, 2010   Posted in: Jerusalem  Comments Closed

Travel to Jerusalem, Israel

We profile one of the oldest cities in the world, and Israel’s largest city: Jerusalem.

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August 11, 2010   Posted in: Jerusalem  Comments Closed

Israel approves 100 Jerusalem homes

Israel approves the building of 100 more homes in East Jerusalem as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu completed a meeting in Washington with U.S. President Barack…

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March 24, 2010   Posted in: Jerusalem  Comments Closed

O Jerusalem

“O Jerusalem” meticulously re-creates the historic struggle surrounding the creation of the State of Israel in 1948.

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November 1, 2007   Posted in: Jerusalem  Comments Closed

Who Owns Jerusalem?

Jerusalem, for three of the world’s largest religions, is one of the most holy places on earth. For Jews it is where Solomon’s Temple was a place of God’s special…

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March 23, 2007   Posted in: Jerusalem  Comments Closed


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