Jerusalem

Archaeologists Uncover Rare, 2,700-Year-Old Toilet in Jerusalem

Archaeologists Uncover Rare, 2,700-Year-Old Toilet in Jerusalem

The private bathroom and toilet, which archaeologists call an extreme luxury at the time, dates to the 7th century BCE and looks out over a view of the Temple Mount.

The United States to Reopen Jerusalem Consulate

The United States to Reopen Jerusalem Consulate

Secretary of State Antony Blinken announced on Tuesday that the US will reinstate its consulate in Jerusalem, which had been closed under the Trump administration.

Gethsemane Church in Jerusalem Is Set Ablaze by Arsonist

Gethsemane Church in Jerusalem Is Set Ablaze by Arsonist

A man has been arrested after he poured gasoline inside of the historic Church of Gethsemane and then set it on fire.

Israel Celebrates 3rd Anniversary of the U.S. Declaring Jerusalem Israel's Capital

Israel Celebrates 3rd Anniversary of the U.S. Declaring Jerusalem Israel's Capital

Sunday marked the 3rd anniversary of the U.S. recognizing Jerusalem as Israel's capital.

Israel's Temple Mount to Be Referred to by its Muslim Name, U.N. Resolution Declares

Israel's Temple Mount to Be Referred to by its Muslim Name, U.N. Resolution Declares

On Wednesday, The United Nations General Assembly decided that the Temple Mount in Jerusalem will be referred to by the Muslim name of al-Haram al-Sharif.

Evidence of Babylonian Conquest of Jerusalem Unearthed… Just as the Bible Describes

Evidence of Babylonian Conquest of Jerusalem Unearthed… Just as the Bible Describes
The Babylonian conquest of Jerusalem more than 2,500 years ago was one of the key moments in biblical history, representing God’s judgment but also his grace and mercy.
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