The sudden change and trauma in her life spurred P. to begin searching for her roots.
Why is Jerusalem known as The Holy City.
Taking you back 50 years delving into the headlines of the Six Day War.
The walls of the Old City of Jerusalem are lit up for Jerusalem Day
A spokesperson for the White House said the rude Western Wall comments were "not the position of this administration."
Today on Israel Inspired Ari Abramowitz and Jeremy Gimpel discuss President Trump's upcoming trip and ask the question, why is Trump pushing "peace" with the Palestinians?
This will be the president's first foreign trip since inauguration, with Israel the second stop, sandwiched in between Riyadh and Rome.
This edition of The Walter Bingham Files deviates from the usual subjects and brings the extraordinary story of a young Jewish refugee from Germany living in England, and his exploits as a British soldier during World War II.
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.
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.
Israel Police are watching with extra vigilance as Israelis and tourists stream through Jerusalem's Old City to pray at the Western Wall on Jerusalem Day.
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Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu vowed Sunday at a Jerusalem Day ceremony the Israeli capital would remain undivided "forever."
Beginning next year, the IDF will be implementing a program where every new recruit will visit and tour Jerusalem during their first year of service.
Israel's High Court approves a Jerusalem Day march through the Old City's Muslim Quarter.
Allah, isn't a god to these Muslims, Allah is a weapon. Something to throw at people you hate and are scared of.
500 bicycle enthusiasts are making currently making their way from Hebron to Jerusalem to celebrate Jerusalem Day. The bike trek, held in honour of...
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