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Posts Tagged ‘Jerusalem Day’

Bulletproof – Man On Fire [audio]

Friday, June 10th, 2016

Ari gets revved up again for another heated show, as he discusses his viral social media posts and the reaction to them, along with his view of a Jerusalem Day protest and the Arab reaction to the deadly terror attack in Tel Aviv.

Bulletproof 09Jun- PODCAST

Israel News Talk Radio

The Walter Bingham File – The French Chutzpa on the Eve of Jerusalem Day [audio

Monday, June 6th, 2016

Walter talks about how more than 2,000 police secure the Jerusalem Day festivities and the Flag March through the Arab quarter on the eve of Ramadan.

He also informs you about the strenuous efforts of the UK Labour Party leader to exclude Israel’s government ministers from the UK, along with the French chutzpa to try and discuss the Palestinian Arab – Israeli dispute without the affected parties being present.

Walter also explains why facts on the ground will make a Palestinian State in Judea and Samaria impossible.

We also hear of Donald Trump’s conceited belief that he will succeed with Israel and Palestine where others failed and how Christian Friends of MDA work for Israel.

The Walter Bingham Files 05Jun – PODCAST

Israel News Talk Radio

Streaming Into the Old City

Monday, June 6th, 2016
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Thousands Flock to Western Wall on Jerusalem Day

Sunday, June 5th, 2016

Thousands upon thousands of people flocked to the Western Wall on Sunday to celebrate the 49th year of the unification of the heartbeat of Israel, the holy city of Jerusalem.

Nearly half of the city, and all of the ancient Old City of Jerusalem was occupied for 19 years by Jordan after it was captured during the 1948 War of Independence.

The Israel Defense Forces restored the seized portion of the ancient Jewish capital to the rest of the city during the 1967 Six Day War.

Israelis have since streamed into the capital to celebrate the day by praying at the Western Wall and with other festivities, including the Jerusalem Day Flag Dance Parade.

This year the parade will march as always from the Damascus Gate through the Muslim Quarter to the Western Wall, but marchers and participants will only be allowed through the gate from 5:30 pm until 6:30 pm.

After that time anyone who wishes to enter will be redirected to the Jaffa Gate.

Tonight also begins the holy Islamic month of Ramadan, and Muslim worshipers will be hurrying to attend prayers at the Al Aqsa Mosque on the Temple Mount, right next door to the Western Wall.

Jerusalem District Police and Israel Police have adjusted the scheduling in order to minimize the likelihood of clashes between the two celebrating populations.

Hana Levi Julian

SOLUTION to the Jerusalem Day Emoji Puzzle

Thursday, June 2nd, 2016

We’d like to thank our readers who sent us the solutions to the Jerusalem Emoji Puzzle.

SPOILER ALERT (solution below)


Here you go:

Jerusalem_Emoji_Solution_1 Jerusalem_Emoji_Solution_2


1. Light Rail
2. Chords Bridge
3. Lion’s Gate
4. Flower Gate
5. Rachamim (Mercy) Gate
6. Cat Square
7. Kikar Safra
8. Bell Garden
9. Hamifletzet (Monster)
10. Givat HaMatos (Airplane Hill)
11. Sultan’s Pool
12. Ammunition Hill
13. French Hill
14. Bayit v’Gan (House and Garden)
15. Russian Compound
16. Ein Karem (Eye Vineyard)
17. Ramat Eshkol (Cluster Heights)
18. Meah Shearim (100 Gates)
19. Mount of Olives
20. German Colony
21. Nachalat Shiva
22. Givat Masua
23. Kiryat Yovel (Yovel is 50)
24. Tzamarot HaBira
25. Pisgat Ze’ev (Ze’ev is wolf)
26. Beit Hakerem
27. Tzomet Pat
28. Har HaBayit (Temple Mount)
29. Biblical Zoo
30. Cardo (Kar is cold)
31. Hulda Gate  (Hulda is a rat)
32. Beit Yisrael

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Can You SOLVE This Jerusalem Day Emoji Puzzle?

Wednesday, June 1st, 2016

We received this Jerusalem Day Emoji Contest via WhatsApp (puzzle #1 was missing).

Each line of Emojis represents a location or landmark in Jerusalem (read right to left, except for the numbers).

For instance, #2 is Gesher HaMeitarim – the Bridge of Strings or Chords Bridge

We’ve solved them all, except for #30 which is proving to be quite elusive.

You will need to know Hebrew to solve a number of them.

Larger version below:

Jerusalem Day Emoji Puzzle

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Netanyahu Vows on Jerusalem Day, Capital Undivided ‘Forever’

Monday, May 18th, 2015

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu vowed Sunday at a Jerusalem Day ceremony that the Israeli capital will remain undivided “forever.”

Speaking at the government’s official Jerusalem Day ceremony held at Ammunitition Hill, Netanyahu said, “We need to tell the truth without fear. This is where we began our path as a nation.

“This is our home – and this is where we will stay.”

The priority, said Netanyahu, is to ensure that Jerusalem forever remains open to all who wish to worship within her walls.

When Jordan occupied the eastern portion of the Israeli capital, that was not the case – despite an original United Nations mandate directing that Jerusalem always remain an open, international capital of the world. Instead, barbed wire blocked off Jewish access to Judaism’s holiest sites, and to a great extent even Christian access to sites holy to that faith as well.

Filth and garbage was strewn all around and over the Western Wall, nearly burying the holy site.

“Only under Israeli rule will there be freedom of worship for all religions in Jerusalem,” Netanyahu said. “Believers pray at their holy sites not in spite of our rule in the city, but precisely because of it,” he noted.

“We will forever preserve an undivided Jerusalem under Israeli sovereignty,” Netanyahu vowed.

“Who opposes our presence in Jerusalem? Those who refuse to recognize our right to exist as a sovereign nation in our own state,” the prime minister said. “They see us as a foreign entity that needs to be uprooted.”

He added that just as the radical Islamists are terrorizing the rest of the region, so too are they aiming at Jerusalem – and after the heartbeat of the Holy Land, next will be the West.

“Sunni extremists like Da’esh (ISIS), and Shi’ite extremists like the leadership of the ayatollahs in Iran,” he pointed out. [They] “fight each other, but [then] they have a common enemy: the West and the open, free culture it represents.”

Netanyahu also warned against the nuclear technology deal being negotiated between Iran and the world powers led by the United States.

“We are opposed to that deal and we are not the only ones,” he said. “There needs to be a better deal.”

Hana Levi Julian

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