Some 30,000 are expected to participate in Thursday’s parade through the streets of Jerusalem.
After a hallelujah, the finish with: “From the city of Zion, for our lord he fights like a lion.”
Israel’s claiming sovereignty based on archaeological finds isn’t a reflection of Jerusalem’s multi-cultural archaeological reality.
The impassioned crowd of hundreds shouted “Sabbath” in Yiddish to protest the international contests’ scheduling.
“I do not have and will not have any connection to these heretical movements,” Eliezer Rauchberger told Haaretz.
His suspected crime was “selling land to a Jew.”
The announcement comes amid heightened tensions between Moldova and the European Union.
What was it about Oz’s depiction of Jerusalem that so mesmerized his readers?
It is strange to learn of Amos Oz’s death while in Jerusalem, on the eve of Shabbat
“This White House needs giant statesmen, not real estate agents.”