by Elie Wiesel
Sara Yoheved Rigler
by Aish.com staff
In June 1967, Jews from all over the World were electrified that the Wall was once again in our hands.
by Rabbi Shraga Simmons
A detailed description of the fences, gates, and hills surrounding the wall.
What we see today is only a small portion of the actual Wall.
Do we appreciate the loss of the Temple to the extent that it brings us to tears?
The Western Wall is at the root of the Jewish nation.
by Sara Yoheved Rigler
January 2001: a cross-section of hundreds of thousands of Jews gather to express their love for Jerusalem.
Jerusalem's Old City and Temple Mount – the focal point of Jewish destiny – is in danger of being relinquished.
by Rabbi Ken Spiro
Jerusalem is at the center of the Arab-Israeli conflict. What are the spiritual, historical and political claims – from both sides?
For millennium of exile, Jews always turned toward Jerusalem. What memory were they eager to preserve?
Peace is the noblest of aspirations, but can one always say, "Peace at any price"?
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