He who saves one life is as if he saves an entire universe.
The Jews introduced the key concepts of modern morality.
Greek civilization viewed pederasty as the highest form of love.
Greek democracy was far from “one person, one vote.”
Nations often employ the law of the jungle: Might makes right.
Today’s violence in sports is child’s play compared to many ancient cultures.
What is the source of our utopian world vision?
"You have to see it for yourself... Remember, all I'm offering is the truth, nothing more..."
How would you know the difference?
A brief look at the story line.
Come with me, see for yourself.
You got the gift, but it looks like you're waiting for something.
I can only show you the door, you're the one that has to walk through it.
Most of these people are not ready to be unplugged.
Jews became the target of hatred from those who opposed conscience and morality.
Can we determine whether a possible reason is a valid cause or is it just an excuse?
The best way to see what anti-Semites really hate is to examine their own rhetoric.
Examining more frequently offered reasons for anti-Semitism.
At last, incredible labyrinth of tunnels, arches and passageways are revealed to us.
We now explore three waterways that supplied water to the Temple.
Here we begin the Western Wall Tunnel virtual tour.
Originally a promenade that ran the full length of the Western Wall.
As we near the exit, we can't help but marvel at the modern miracle of the Jewish people's return to their land.
This is the closest accessible point to where the Holy Ark stood.
Meet the largest building stone ever used in world history.
We enter a very long, straight, narrow passage known eponymously as "The Tunnel."
Today, you will be travelling through those tunnels. Your virtual footsteps will trace thousands of years of history.
Here, close to Wilson's Arch, is the "Hall of the Hasmoneans."
The fluorescent brightness of modern life falls away as we descend inside the tunnels.
At the end of the Hasmonean aqueduct is a large pool called the Struthion Pool.
Warren's Gate was one one of the major entrances to the Temple Mount.
It was once called the "Wailing Wall," for all the generations of Jewish tears shed at this holy place of yearning.
At the time of the Second Temple, a huge bridge connected the upper city of Jerusalem to the Temple Mount.
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