An inspiring new film journeys through time to explore our connection to Jerusalem through the eyes of an ancient stone. Proceeds from the film go towards protecting Jewish families living in reclaimed neighborhoods of eastern Jerusalem.
Each year we mourn the destruction of the Holy Temple. However, there is no doubt that in our current society, where we live comfortably and enjoy religious freedom, it is difficult to mourn the loss of something that we never personally experienced. Is the loss of our Holy Temple nothing more than a sad chapter... Read more »
A new exhibition in Jerusalem's Tower of David displays over 100 photos, both digitized and a small number of originals, that highlight some of the major photographers – Jews, Muslims, and Christians – of the first half of the twentieth century who lived and worked in Jerusalem.
Speaking ahead of the annual Jerusalem Day Israeli holiday, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu slammed the international community for attempting to divide Jerusalem and for ignoring the Jewish people's historical connection to the ancient city and the Temple Mount.
Rachel Fraenkel, the bereaved mother of teenager Naftali, who was murdered by Arab terrorists in 2014, has joined together with the families of two other boys who were killed together with her son to unite the people of Israel through the Jerusalem Unity Prize event.