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LIVE EVENT: Hi-tech archaeology reveals secrets of ancient Jerusalem’s destructions

To mark The Times of Israel’s 10-year anniversary, we are hosting a special series of live, in-person events this year under the banner ToI@10. We’re excited to invite you to…

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Through Jerusalem’s Muslim Quarter, a triumphalist march by Orthodox-nationalist men

On the eve of Sunday’s Jerusalem Day, Israel’s Interior Minister Ayelet Shaked, No.2 to Prime Minister Naftali Bennett in the right-wing Yamina party, posted a photograph on her Facebook page…

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New segment of Jerusalem’s 2,000-year-old Low-Level aqueduct revealed

Recent excavations in Jerusalem’s Armon Hanatziv neighborhood are resurrecting one of the ancient city’s main water suppliers — the 2,000-year-old Low-Level Aqueduct that brought water to the Temple Mount from…

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Visiting Indian artist creates stone altar that sings of Jerusalem’s religions

Jerusalem now has a temple shared by three religions. Created by a visiting Indian artist, it is located on the Terrace of Muslala, an urban rooftop site atop the city…

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