Defense Minister Moshe Dayan, Chief of staff Yitzhak Rabin, Gen. Rehavam Zeevi (R) And Gen. Narkis in the old city of Jerusalem, 1967. (Flickr - Government Press Office)

This week Israelis celebrate Yom Yerushalayim (Jerusalem Day), the anniversary of the reunification of the eternal Jewish capital during the 1967 Six Day War.

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Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat was visibly moved when presented with a historic book, compiled by United with Israel, of over half a million signatures of members from around the world declaring support for a united Jerusalem as the eternal capital of the Jewish state.

Jerusalem is often called 'the Eternal City' but although it has existed for over 3,000 years, it is continually evolving.

Most Israelis agree on two things: All embassies should be in the capital, Jerusalem, and Jerusalem should remain undivided under Israeli sovereignty.

Peace in Israel will not come by giving up any part of Jerusalem. Watch us hang a HUGE 'Keep Jerusalem United' banner on the walls of the Old City, with YOUR name on it!