Posts Tagged ‘Temple Mount’

lit menorah with all 9 candles lit and a star of david in the middle

The Journey Within – The Laws of Chanukah

Lori Gordon-Michaeli LCSW Happy Chanukah, everyone! As we kindle the chanukiah and bless the candles, I write this last section in the 12 Laws: THE LAW OF PATIENCE AND REWARD         The most valuable rewards require persistence. THE LAW OF SIGNIFICANCE AND INSPIRATION        Rewards are a direct result of the energy and effort we…

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Photo by Oria Tadmor, courtesy of Eilat Mazar Archaeologist Eilat Mazar holds a jar fragment from the 10th century B.C.E. with a Canaanite inscription.

Eilat Mazar Is Born

Center for Israel Education September 10, 1956 Archaeologist Eilat Mazar is born. Mazar is a third generation Israeli archaeologist and is most well known for her work at the City of David site in Jerusalem. She is a professor of archaeology at Hebrew University. In 2005, Mazar began a dig at the City of David…

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The dedication of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem on May 14, 2018.

Making History

ABOVE: The dedication of the U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem on May 14, 2018. Sheryl Silver Special to the Jewish News  20+ years after Congress passed Jerusalem Embassy Act, U.S. Embassy opens. May 14 will never be the same for many of us. Just as May 14, 1948, was a historic day for Israelis and Jews…

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