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Mount of “Al-Mukabber”

Mount of “Al-Mukabber” was named after Omar bin al-Khattab (may Allah be pleased with him) when he arrived in Jerusalem to receive its keys from […]

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Markets

The Old Town is full of Historic markets with historic decorations and manifestations of fine architecture. Some of the most famous markets are Khan Az-Zeit, […]

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Abina Ibrahim Monastery

It’s located in the yard of the Church of the Holy Sepulcher. It was established by Queen Helen. The Persians destroyed it when they invaded […]

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144, 000 square meters

Al Aqsa Mosque is all what is within the fence and the area of ​​144, 000 square meters (144 acres) and quadrangle irregular shape, as […]

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Silent Transmigration

A policy pursued by the occupation since 1967 is the withdrawal of citizenship card from all citizens in Jerusalem, cannot prove that the place of residence […]

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The Monastery of Saint Mark

One of the properties of the Syriac Catholic group. It is 20 meters’ northeast of the Church of Saint Thomas. The Syriacs believe that Jesus […]

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Bateer Village

Location: Located southwest of Jerusalem, 8 km away. Area: The land area (8028) dunums. Surrounding villages: Surrounded by the villages of Walaja, Beit Jala, Husan. […]

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Ehud Barak

He participated in the 1967 and 1973 wars and was famous for his professionalism in operations Assassination and murder! It is the assassination of three […]

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Corners

A corner is a place for worship. One of the religious ascetics a group of followers for worship and remembrance of Allah. During the Mamluk […]

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The Monastery of Saint Charalambous

A small Roman Orthodox monastery, located in the Christian Quarter, near the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, west of Via Dolorosa. See more: The Roman […]

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David Ben-Gurion

Ben-Gurion Airport was named after David (David) Ben-Gurion, who was the first prime minister of the occupying state. The position in 1948 was to unify […]

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AlRibat or Safety?

AlRibat on at the gates of AlAqsa mosque comes out of people’s belief that the mosque is in the core of their creed, and that’s […]

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