“Fifty years ago we returned to the heart of our capital and our country, and 50 years ago we did not conquer it, rather we liberated it,” Netanyahu said at the ceremony celebrating the 50th anniversary of Jerusalem’s unification.

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Jerusalem Mayor Nir Barkat was visibly moved when presented with a historic book, compiled by United with Israel, of over half a million signatures of members from around the world declaring support for a united Jerusalem as the eternal capital of the Jewish state.

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Model of Jerusalem

The Second Temple model at the Israel Museum is a fascinating creation well worth seeing. It is situated near the Knesset, the Supreme Court, the Bible Lands Museum and other interesting sites.

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simcha hochbaum

"We see ourselves not as individuals, but on a mission connecting young people to their Jewish roots," says Rabbi Simcha Hochbaum, who educates the public about the significance of the Jewish city of Hebron.

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Judean Hills

Judea is an area referred to as the West Bank, with the reference point being Jordan in an attempt to diminish the Jewish historical and biblical claim.

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Hurva Synagogue

The Ruins Synagogue in Jerusalem's Old City is, in many ways, a microcosm of the story of the Jewish people. It represents their tenacity to forge ahead even when seemingly destroyed.

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Keep Jerusalem United

Israel is celebrating the 48th anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem, which was captured during the miraculous Six Day War in 1967.

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Jerusalem in 1937

This video, showing footage of the Holy City from 1936 until 1967, demonstrates the eternal connection of Jerusalem to the Jewish people.

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Jerusalem the Capital City of Israel

What does Jerusalem mean to Israel and the Jewish people? Despite the fact that the US - along with most other countries - does not recognize it, Jerusalem is the capital of Israel.

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Here is a gorgeous video that reveals the true character of Judea and Samaria. This region is rich in Jewish history and cultural significance.

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Between 1948 and 1967, there were no civilians living on the Golan Heights, which was under Syrian control. Under Israeli administration, the area has come to life.

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