As Jerusalem marks the 56th anniversary of the city's unification in the Six-Day War, the municipality continues to grow and prosper with a record number of residents - Jews and Arabs - who enjoy the freedom of access to their holy sites.
On Jerusalem Day, we celebrate 52 years of the reunification of the city. That means over half a century since the city was opened up to people of all faiths to visit and pray freely at Jerusalem’s holy sites.
"It's one thing to have an online petition and quite another to publicly display the actual names of the signatories on the walls of Jerusalem's Old City," said United with Israel founder Michael Gerbitz.
A historic initiative bearing over 500,000 signatures from 168 countries presented to US President Donald Trump, Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu and Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat is a global statement of support for a united Jerusalem.