“Ammunition Hill will not be closed,” said Prime Minister Netanyahu in announcing the latest decision. “It will remain open so that all Israelis will be able to stand on the ground on which the story of heroism of the Six-Day War took place.”
Many KeepJerusalem tours of Jerusalem begin with a visit to Ammunition Hill, where the particularly impressive 3D multimedia presentation puts the cease-fire lines in military, geographic and historic perspective.
To take part in our bus tours of Israel’s capital, and to find out more about the struggle to keep Jerusalem Jewish, please e-visit us at www.keepjerusalem.org.
Chaim Silberstein is president of Keep Jerusalem-Im Eshkachech and the Jerusalem Capital Development Fund. He was formerly a senior adviser to Israel’s minister of tourism. Hillel Fendel, past senior editor at Israel National News/Arutz-7, is a veteran writer on Jerusalem affairs. Both have lived in Jerusalem and now live in Beit El.