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Inside Israel

A quest to recreate Davidic Jerusalem carves a valley of shadow Palestinians

One of Jerusalem’s newest attractions is an educational farm where visitors can learn about traditional agriculture. Guests to the site,…

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Inside Israel

Black Eyed Peas rock Jerusalem arena with lots of love for the ‘mishpocha’

The Black Eyed Peas — will.i.am, apl.de.ap, Taboo, and new member J. Rey Soul — performed at Jerusalem’s Pais Arena…

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Inside Israel

With court to debate controversial Jerusalem cable car, ministry voices opposition

The High Court of justice will convene on Sunday to consider petitions against the controversial construction of a cable car…

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Inside Israel

East Jerusalem man shot dead in his car in suspected murder

An East Jerusalem man was fatally shot in his car overnight Wednesday-Thursday in a suspected homicide. The gunmen were believed…

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Middle East

Iran’s drone threat exposed – The Jerusalem Post

Iranian drones are emerging as the major new threat of 2021. Israel Defense Minister Benny Gantz revealed that Iran has…

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Inside Israel

Rare silver ‘rebel coin,’ maybe minted at Temple 2,000 years ago, found in Jerusalem

A rare 2,000-year-old silver coin, thought to have been minted on the Temple Mount plaza from the plentiful silver reserves…

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Life Style

Israel’s newest amusement park brings ‘Magic’ to Jerusalem outskirts

Walking through the entrance to the new Magic Kass amusement park in Ma’ale Adumim, my kids and I had the…

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Inside Israel

With flipped-over car and fake blood, nationalist rally blocks entrance to Jerusalem

Dozens of nationalist activists blocked the entrance to Jerusalem and clashed with police in protest of the death last year…

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Inside Israel

Jerusalem terror attack fatality named as South African immigrant Eliyahu David Kay

The man killed in a terror attack in Jerusalem’s Old City on Sunday was named as Eliyahu David Kay, 26,…

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Inside Israel

‘Four Cubits,’ the fifth Jerusalem Biennale, takes cue from pandemic

Pandemic lockdowns and quarantines spent in close quarters have become very familiar concepts, and fittingly, are the reigning theme of…

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