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Israeli Foreign Ministry hails the opening of the contested Roman-era site as the result of “long and strenuous” negotiations with France, which has owned the site since the late 19th century.
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“The whole world is learning that the gentiles can come celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles with the people of Israel,” David Parsons, media spokesperson of International Christian Embassy Jerusalem.
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“We are proud to be hosted in Tokyo for the first time and grateful for the extraordinary opportunity to unveil innovative local work to an international audience,” said Mordechai Benita, CEO of the Jerusalem and Heritage Ministry, which runs Jerusalem Design Week.
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AMSTERDAM (JTA) — Some of Europe’s most exquisite synagogues will open to the public on the 20th edition of the annual European Days of Jewish…
Police have determined the visitor at a Congregation Agudas Achim service Aug. 11 poses no threat to Jewish institutions, the synagogue said in an email Aug. 16.
NEW YORK (JTA) — If ever there were two people who had no business setting foot on Israeli soil, they are Congresswomen Rashida Tlaib and Ilha…