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The Heartbeat of Jerusalem: The City of David

By Rev. Peter J. Fast, National Director, Bridges for Peace Canada

Located south of the Temple Mount, below the Old City in Jerusalem, is the most archaeologically excavated site on earth, the City of David. Most tourists to Israel add a short visit to the City of David to explore Hezekiah’s Tunnel and the Pool of Siloam. However, most do not realize that the City of David is the beating heart of Jerusalem. It is where Jerusalem began. An individual may trek through the Old City, taking in ruins of Jerusalem from the time of the southern kingdom of Judah, the Hasmoneans, or King Herod—but if they exclude the City of David, they will miss the biblical epicenter, King David’s Jerusalem. Continue reading…

Russia: Masters of the Skies on Israel’s Northern Border

By Ilse Strauss, News Bureau Chief

The Russian invasion of Ukraine occurred to a soundtrack of international condemnation. Yet Israel did not join the chorus of outrage. Instead, Jerusalem avoided taking sides, toeing a diplomatic tightrope between the two warring nations. The impartiality didn’t come easily. Every now and then, a slip of the tongue from a minister or high-ranking official revealed the Jewish state’s true feelings.  Click here to continue


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