Jerusalem's Islamic Imam says there was never a Jewish Temple on the 'Al-Aqsa Mosque compound.' Archeology says otherwise. Emphatically.
Somebody's mummy has lived in Jerusalem since about 1930. Whose mummy is it? Why was it made? An MRI yields surprising clues: this mummy is a lot like us.
Yesterday morning in downtown Jerusalem, a bustling crowd waited to board the light rail. One of them had a bag with a three-pipe bomb connected to a cell phone.
The theme of the camps is “Jerusalem Intifada.” The goal is “to raise a generation of Palestinians who love the resistance, liberation of Palestine and Al-Aqsa Mosque.”
Hallel's father Amichai blew the shofar at the entrance to the Temple Mount and said, "The world needs this heart, otherwise blood will continue to spill. The world is waiting for us to bring the light and banish the darkness."