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Who was Hyrcanus, whose name is engraved in Hebrew on a 2,100-year-old stone bowl from Jerusalem?
In 2014, White House spokesman Josh Earnest described the new, legal occupants of Kfar HaShiloah as individuals "whose agenda, by definition, stokes tensions between Israelis and Palestinians."
Jews again hear the little bells on the hem of the High Priest's garment as he enters the Holy Temple of Jerusalem...
The Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) has made an exciting announcement: A 2,000-year-old podium may have been found in the City of David section of...
Another Jewish property in Silwan valley, where the British expelled Yemenite Jews 77 years ago, once again is in Jewish hands.
Final steps are underway for building the City of David’s “Kedem” visitor’s center in Jerusalem that will sit on top of the “Givati Parking...
The OU criticized White House and State Dept. Spokespeople for suggesting Jews buying houses in Jerusalem is 'provocative.'
More than 500 Jews now live in the City of David and Silwan Valley.
“Seeing the Bible come to life is quite remarkable” – Rick Santorum
In a secret ceremony held Tuesday, officials inaugurated the site of King Solomon's coronation in the City of David.
As Jews around the world conduct the rituals of mourning in remembrance of the destruction of two Holy Temples in Jerusalem and the suffering of exile from the center of Jewish life, an ambitious plan and timeframe are afoot to rebuild Jerusalem and turn it once again into the pulsating heart of the Jewish world.
Israel Antiquities Authority and the Ir David Foundation announced that a clay seal was discovered bearing the name of the city of Bethlehem, evidence that the city existed during the period of the First Temple in Jerusalem. The find coincides with the upcoming holiday of Shavuot, during which time Jews from around the world focus on the story of the biblical figure Ruth, set in the city of Bethlehem.
The JewishPress.com staff went under the City of David with Doron Spielman of the City of David Museum - to areas not open to the general public. We were astounded by what we saw and learned. Join us on this 45 minute exploration of the hidden secrets under the City of David, the Old City, and the Kotel itself.