Gospel

Pastor & Prophet Neyi Zimu - Jeso Rato La Hao - With Translation
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Pastor & Prophet Neyi Zimu - Jeso Rato La Hao - With Translation

Pastor & Prophet Neyi Zimu - Jeso Rato La Hao - With Translation
Praise with Pastor Neyi Zimu gospel song "Jeso Rato La Hao" with lyrics and English translation at Spirit Of Praise 5.
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Spirit Of Praise 7 featuring Women In Praise & Pastor Neyi Zimu 
- You Remain
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Spirit Of Praise 7 featuring Women In Praise & Pastor Neyi Zimu - You Remain

Spirit Of Praise 7 featuring Women In Praise & Pastor Neyi Zimu - You Remain
Spirit Of Praise 7 featuring Women In Praise & Pastor Neyi Zimu - You Remain
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Pastor Neyi Zimu 
- The Cross
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Pastor Neyi Zimu - The Cross

Pastor Neyi Zimu - The Cross
Pastor Neyi Zimu - The Cross
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Pastor Neyi Zimu - The Waiting Is Over
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Pastor Neyi Zimu - The Waiting Is Over

Pastor Neyi Zimu - The Waiting Is Over
Pastor Neyi Zimu - The Waiting Is Over
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Get to know Friends In Praise 
- Part - 2
Pastor Neyi Zimu, Omega Khunou
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Get to know Friends In Praise - Part - 2 Pastor Neyi Zimu, Omega Khunou

Get to know Friends In Praise - Part - 2 Pastor Neyi Zimu, Omega Khunou
Pastor Neyi & Omega sat down to answer some questions from you!
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Pastor Neyi Zimu ft Omega Khunou 
- Hallelujah
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Pastor Neyi Zimu ft Omega Khunou - Hallelujah

Pastor Neyi Zimu ft Omega Khunou - Hallelujah
Pastor Neyi Zimu ft Omega Khunou - Hallelujah
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Pastor Neyi Zimu Devotional - Put Your Faith In The Lord
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Pastor Neyi Zimu Devotional - Put Your Faith In The Lord

Pastor Neyi Zimu Devotional - Put Your Faith In The Lord
Pastor Neyi Zimu Devotional - Put Your Faith In The Lord
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Pastor Neyi Zimu Devotional 
 Count It All Joy
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Pastor Neyi Zimu Devotional Count It All Joy

Pastor Neyi Zimu Devotional Count It All Joy
Pastor Neyi Zimu Devotional - Count It All Joy
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Mahodimo Featuring Pastor Neyi Zimu & Omega Khunou
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Mahodimo Featuring Pastor Neyi Zimu & Omega Khunou

Mahodimo Featuring Pastor Neyi Zimu & Omega Khunou
Mahodimo Featuring Pastor Neyi Zimu & Omega Khunou
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I Love You Lord Featuring Pastor Neyi Zimu & Omega Khunou
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I Love You Lord Featuring Pastor Neyi Zimu & Omega Khunou

I Love You Lord Featuring Pastor Neyi Zimu & Omega Khunou
Spirit Music presents a great Gospel song "I Love You Lord" sung by Neyi Zimu & Omega Khunou from Friends In Praise.
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Pastor Neyi Zimu Devotional - Rise up
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Pastor Neyi Zimu Devotional - Rise up

Pastor Neyi Zimu Devotional - Rise up
Pastor NeyiZimu bring us his message "Rise Up".
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Friends In Praise with Pastor Neyi Zimu & Omega - Pula Tsa Lehlohonolo
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Friends In Praise with Pastor Neyi Zimu & Omega - Pula Tsa Lehlohonolo

Friends In Praise with Pastor Neyi Zimu & Omega - Pula Tsa Lehlohonolo
Pastor Neyi & Omega performing "Pula Tsa Lehlohonolo" from "Friends In Praise"
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Friends In Praise - Ewe Malibongwe Featuring Pastor  Neyi Zimu & Omega Khunou
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Friends In Praise - Ewe Malibongwe Featuring Pastor Neyi Zimu & Omega Khunou

Friends In Praise - Ewe Malibongwe Featuring Pastor Neyi Zimu & Omega Khunou
Spirit Music presents latest gospel song "Ewe Malibongwe" sung by Pastor Neyi Zimu & Omega Khunou from Friends In Praise.
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Get to know Friends In Praise 
- Part - 1
- Pastor Neyi Zimu & Omega Khunou
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Get to know Friends In Praise - Part - 1 - Pastor Neyi Zimu & Omega Khunou

Get to know Friends In Praise - Part - 1 - Pastor Neyi Zimu & Omega Khunou
Pastor Neyi Zimu & Omega Khunou sat down to answer some questions from you!
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Pastor Neyi Zimu Devotional 
- Faith in God changes the environment
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Pastor Neyi Zimu Devotional - Faith in God changes the environment

Pastor Neyi Zimu Devotional - Faith in God changes the environment
Pastor Neyi Zimu Devotional - Faith in God changes the environment
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Friends In Praise featuring Sipho Ngwenya - Uyaphila
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Friends In Praise featuring Sipho Ngwenya - Uyaphila

Friends In Praise featuring Sipho Ngwenya - Uyaphila
Lyrics: Chorus Uyaphila U'mhlengi wami (My redeemer lives) Uyaphila Owangifelayo (He who died for me lives) Kuzo zonk' isimo (in all situations) Engidlula kuzo (That I go through) Mina ngiyazi uyaphila U'mhlengi wami (I know that my redeemer lives) Verse Nje ngo Jobe (Just like Job) Wahlaselwa Isitha (He was attacked by the enemy) Sathatha konke (It took everything) Sabulala abantwana (It killed his children) Sabulala infuyo yakhe no Nkosikazi wakhe (It killed his herds & his Wife) Wathi thuka loJehova ufe (Said curse this God and die) Wathi u Jobe no (Job said no) Ngiyazi uyaphila u'mhlengi wami (I know that my redeemer lives) Verse Ku fana ne Nkosikazi (Just like that woman) owayopha igazi (Who had the issue of the blood) Iminyaka eyishumi nambili ( for twelve years) Wathi uma ngingathintaumphetho ka Jesu (She said if I can just touch the hem of his garment) Ngiyo pheleliswa mina
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Worthy Featuring Pastor Neyi Zimu & Omega Khunou
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Worthy Featuring Pastor Neyi Zimu & Omega Khunou

Worthy Featuring Pastor Neyi Zimu & Omega Khunou
Worthy Featuring Pastor Neyi Zimu & Omega Khunou
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Pastor Neyi Zimu
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Pastor Neyi Zimu

Pastor Neyi Zimu
Pastor Neyi gives us some encouragement in pursuing dreams.
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Holy Is Your Name  - Pastor Neyi Zimu
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Holy Is Your Name - Pastor Neyi Zimu

Holy Is Your Name - Pastor Neyi Zimu
Holy Is Your Name - Pastor Neyi Zimu
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Pastor Neyi Zimu Talks to Us About His Spirit of Praise 6 Hit "Jehova Retshepile Wena"
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Pastor Neyi Zimu Talks to Us About His Spirit of Praise 6 Hit "Jehova Retshepile Wena"

Pastor Neyi Zimu Talks to Us About His Spirit of Praise 6 Hit "Jehova Retshepile Wena"
We got a chance to sit with Neyi Zimu who Talks to Us About His Spirit of Praise 6 Hit "Jehova Retshepile Wena"
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Spirit Of Praise 4 featuring Pastor Neyi Zimu - Clap Your Hands
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Spirit Of Praise 4 featuring Pastor Neyi Zimu - Clap Your Hands

Spirit Of Praise 4 featuring Pastor Neyi Zimu - Clap Your Hands
Spirit Of Praise 4 featuring Pastor Neyi Zimu - Clap Your Hands
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Pastor Neyi Zimu on his latest album 'The Waiting Is Over'
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Pastor Neyi Zimu on his latest album 'The Waiting Is Over'

Pastor Neyi Zimu on his latest album 'The Waiting Is Over'
The award winning gospel artist Pastor Neyi Zimu's new album entitled 'The Waiting Is Over' continues to be a hit among followers of this genre. The project, which was followed by a live DVD recording comes after years of being a producer, singer and songwriter. Neyi has been in the music for over two decades and has worked with groups such as Family Factory, Joyous Celebration and Spirit of Praise.
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Hallelujah Featuring Pastor Neyi Zimu & Omega Khunou
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Hallelujah Featuring Pastor Neyi Zimu & Omega Khunou

Hallelujah Featuring Pastor Neyi Zimu & Omega Khunou
Pastor Neyi Zimu & Omega Khunou singing "Hallelujah" from Friends In Praise.
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Pastor Neyi Zimu Devotional - Take His Direction
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Pastor Neyi Zimu Devotional - Take His Direction

Pastor Neyi Zimu Devotional - Take His Direction
Pastor Neyi Zimu brings us his new message "Take His Direction".
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Israel Tour 2019: Garden of Gethsemene
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Israel Tour 2019: Garden of Gethsemene

Israel Tour 2019: Garden of Gethsemene
Visit the Garden of Gethsemene as Tim Moore takes you on a tour of Israel focusing upon sites related to the life of Jesus and to His Second Coming.
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What is the Western Wall?
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What is the Western Wall?

What is the Western Wall?
The Western Wall is one of the most iconic religious sites in the world. Tens of thousands of Jews travel there to pray. But what is the Western Wall?
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The story of the Wailing Wall, Jerusalem, Israel
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The story of the Wailing Wall, Jerusalem, Israel

The story of the Wailing Wall, Jerusalem, Israel
Zahi Shaked A tour guide in Israel and his camera [email protected] +972-54-6905522 tel סיור עם מורה הדרך ומדריך הטיולים צחי שקד 0546905522 My name is Zahi Shaked In 2000 I became a registered liscenced tourist guide. My dedication in life is to pass on the ancient history of the Holy Land. Following upon many years of travel around the world, which was highlighted by a very exciting emotional and soul-searching meeting with the Dalai Lama, I realized that I had a mission. To pass on the the history of the Holy Land, its religions, and in particular, the birth and development of Christianity. In order to fulfill this "calling" in the best way possible, I studied in depth, visited, and personally experienced each and every important site of the ancient Christians. I studied for and received my first bachelors degree in the ancient history of the Holy Land, and am presently completing my studies for my second degree.(Masters)
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Trump in Israel: US President visits the Western Wall in Jerusalem
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Trump in Israel: US President visits the Western Wall in Jerusalem

Trump in Israel: US President visits the Western Wall in Jerusalem
Trump in Israel: US President visits the Western Wall in Jerusalem
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Western Wall, Western Tunnels Overview Tour: Kotel, Jerusalem, Holiest Site in Judaism, Wailing Wall
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Western Wall, Western Tunnels Overview Tour: Kotel, Jerusalem, Holiest Site in Judaism, Wailing Wall

Western Wall, Western Tunnels Overview Tour: Kotel, Jerusalem, Holiest Site in Judaism, Wailing Wall
See a complete overview of the Western Wall, Western Wall Tunnels, Kotel (Hebrew name), Western Wall Tour, Temple Mount Platform, Southern Stairs, Wailing Wall, and more in Jerusalem. A very biblical, in-depth look at the holiest site in Judaism. Location 1. The Western Wall, also known as the Wailing Wall (because the Jews weep here during their prayers) is located on the western side of the Temple Mount. 2. The Western Wall Tunnel is accessed on the northern side of the Western Wall Plaza and runs north to the end of the Temple Mount Platform. Historical Background 1. When the Romans destroyed the temple in 70 AD, part of the western side of the Temple Mount Platform survived. For hundreds of years prior to 1967, people prayed in the small area of the wall that could be seen at that time. However, in 1967, following the Six-Day War, Israelis excavated below the ground level of the wall and found two more stone rows. They then cleared the area around the wall to create the Western Wall Plaza that visitors see today. 2. The Western Wall is part of the retaining wall, or support wall, that Herod the Great built in 19 BC when he enlarged the Temple Mount complex in order to accommodate a larger temple and Temple Mount area. It was a massive undertaking that required exceptional and sophisticated engineering. 3. Unlike many think, the Western Wall was not part of the wall of the temple King Herod Built. Places of Interest 1. In the Western Wall Plaza area, a walkway bridge can be seen that tourist use to access the Temple Mount. 2. The Western Wall Plaza is divided into two sections: a men’s and a women’s section. 3. The area close to the wall is considered a synagogue, so men must wear a head covering when entering the men’s section. 4. Most Jews do not enter on the Temple Mount for fear of unknowingly walking in the place where the Holy of Holies might have been. Plus, Muslims do not want them entering there as well. 5. The Western Wall Pla
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The Western Wall, The Temple Mount History (Part 1 of 5)
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The Western Wall, The Temple Mount History (Part 1 of 5)

The Western Wall, The Temple Mount History (Part 1 of 5)
This video begins outside at the Western Wall then goes into the Western Wall Tunnels to view a model of the structures and buildings on Mount Moriah, the Temple Mount. Within the Western Wall Tunnels there is an area to view a three-dimensional model of Mount Moriah, and the structures upon it. We see the Temple Mount, the retaining wall that was built and the Second Jewish Temple. The destruction of the Second Temple occurred in 70 CE by the Romans. The later Muslim conquest of the city in 638 CE resulted in the clearing of the site for a house of prayer and 50 years later the Dome of the Rock was built. The Western Wall is the entire western retaining wall of the Temple Mount. It is what remains after the Romans destroyed the Second Temple in 70 CE. The area outside that people use for prayer is only ten percent of the entire wall. Another excavated area of the wall at its southern end includes what was Robinson’s Arch, and that is ten percent of the wall. The remaining 80 percent of the Western Wall is accessed by going underground into the Western Wall Tunnels.
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Israel: Liberals clash with ultra-Orthodox Jews over Jerusalem's Western Wall
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Israel: Liberals clash with ultra-Orthodox Jews over Jerusalem's Western Wall

Israel: Liberals clash with ultra-Orthodox Jews over Jerusalem's Western Wall
Israel: Liberals clash with ultra-Orthodox Jews over Jerusalem's Western Wall
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How to Visit Jerusalem’s Western Wall
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How to Visit Jerusalem’s Western Wall

How to Visit Jerusalem’s Western Wall
A trip to Jerusalem isn't complete without a pilgrimage to the Western Wall. Here's what you need to know before you go. Step 1: Know its Hebrew name Know the Wall’s Hebrew name -- the Kotel, which simply means the Wall. This is what everyone in Israel calls it. Tip Don't call the site "The Wailing Wall." Many people find the term offensive. Step 2: Understand its history Understand the history of the Western Wall. It’s located at the site of 2 ancient Jewish temples, both of which were destroyed -- the first by the Babylonians in 586 BCE, and the second by the Romans in 70 CE. The Western Wall was built in approximately 20 BCE around the Second Temple. Step 3: Know where it is Know where the Western Wall is located: in the Old City of Jerusalem at the foot of the Temple Mount. The area in front of the Wall, where visitors from around the world come to pray, is known as the Western Wall Plaza. It’s open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Tip Consider taking a Kotel tunnel tour, which takes you further along the wall than you’d otherwise be able to go. Step 4: Dress properly Dress properly. Men must wear a hat or other head covering; those who don’t have one are provided a free skullcap, called a kippah. Women must wear clothing that covers their shoulders and knees; they can borrow shawls at the entrance if need be. Shorts and jeans are not appropriate for anyone. Step 5: Behave appropriately Behave appropriately. Women are expected to pray in the section reserved for them, and are barred by law from reading aloud from the Torah and wearing prayer shawls. Smoking, picture-taking, and cellphone use is forbidden on Shabbat -- from sundown Friday to sundown Saturday. Pets are not allowed into the Western Wall Plaza. Step 6: Leave a note Write a prayer on a tiny piece of paper and slip it into one of the Wall’s crevices; it’s a time-honored tradition. Because more than a million notes are left in the Wall each year, they’re collected t
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What is the Western Wall (Wailing Wall), Jerusalem, Israel?
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What is the Western Wall (Wailing Wall), Jerusalem, Israel?

What is the Western Wall (Wailing Wall), Jerusalem, Israel?
Zahi Shaked A tour guide in Israel and his camera [email protected] +972-54-6905522 tel סיור עם מורה הדרך ומדריך הטיולים צחי שקד 0546905522 My name is Zahi Shaked In 2000 I became a registered liscenced tourist guide. My dedication in life is to pass on the ancient history of the Holy Land.
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Watch: Notes to God cleared from Jerusalem's Western Wall
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Watch: Notes to God cleared from Jerusalem's Western Wall

Watch: Notes to God cleared from Jerusalem's Western Wall
The Rabbi of the Western Wall overlooks the of clearing of letters to make room for more
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*RAW & UNCUT* FRIDAY SHABBAT CELEBRATIONS AT THE WESTERN WALL JERUSALEM | Israel 2019
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*RAW & UNCUT* FRIDAY SHABBAT CELEBRATIONS AT THE WESTERN WALL JERUSALEM | Israel 2019

*RAW & UNCUT* FRIDAY SHABBAT CELEBRATIONS AT THE WESTERN WALL JERUSALEM | Israel 2019
Amazing scenes filmed at The Western (wailing) Wall. I have never experienced anything like this in my life, A truly unforgettable night.
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360 video: Western Wall, Jerusalem, Israel
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360 video: Western Wall, Jerusalem, Israel

360 video: Western Wall, Jerusalem, Israel
This ancient sight dating back to the 1st century BC is simply breathtaking. The adjacent temple was destroyed by Romans in 70 AD, and the wall became the main pilgrimage destination when the Jewish community came to lament the destruction of the temple. And thus it is also called the Wailing Wall or Kotel. For the Jews, this is the holiest site in the world. Pilgrims from all over the world come here to place a small paper with prayer or request into its cracks.
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Roman Auditorium Unearthed Under Western Wall in Jerusalem
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Roman Auditorium Unearthed Under Western Wall in Jerusalem

Roman Auditorium Unearthed Under Western Wall in Jerusalem
The 200-seat auditorium is the first Roman public structure ever discovered in the city. Buried for 1,700 years, building appears unfinished and likely comes from the second or third centuries AD. It may have been used for concerts, or as a meeting place for the city council.
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Who calls the Western Wall - 'Wailing Wall' and why? Jerusalem, Israel
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Who calls the Western Wall - 'Wailing Wall' and why? Jerusalem, Israel

Who calls the Western Wall - 'Wailing Wall' and why? Jerusalem, Israel
Who calls the Western Wall - 'Wailing Wall' and why? Jerusalem, Israel
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Why Israel's soldiers are visiting the Western Wall (Wailing Wall) Jerusalem, Israel?
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Why Israel's soldiers are visiting the Western Wall (Wailing Wall) Jerusalem, Israel?

Why Israel's soldiers are visiting the Western Wall (Wailing Wall) Jerusalem, Israel?
Why Israel's soldiers are visiting the Western Wall (Wailing Wall) Jerusalem, Israel?
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Jerusalem: Western Wall & Church of the Holy Sepulchre
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Jerusalem: Western Wall & Church of the Holy Sepulchre

Jerusalem: Western Wall & Church of the Holy Sepulchre
Recorded October 29, 2009 In this video I visit the Western Wall, walk the Via Dolorosa and the Stations of the Cross and visit the Church of the Holy Sepulchre.
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The Western Wall in Jerusalem gets a spring clean
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The Western Wall in Jerusalem gets a spring clean

The Western Wall in Jerusalem gets a spring clean
Twice a year, the Rabbi of the Western Wall oversees the collection of thousands of notes to ensure there's always room for more
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The Western Wall (Wailing Wall) Jerusalem cracks?
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The Western Wall (Wailing Wall) Jerusalem cracks?

The Western Wall (Wailing Wall) Jerusalem cracks?
The Western Wall (Wailing Wall) Jerusalem - What's up with the Slips of paper in the cracks?
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Israel Trip: Day 4! (Jerusalem, Israel Museum, Yad Vashem, Western Wall)
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Israel Trip: Day 4! (Jerusalem, Israel Museum, Yad Vashem, Western Wall)

Israel Trip: Day 4! (Jerusalem, Israel Museum, Yad Vashem, Western Wall)
Here's some footage from day 4 of our trip to Israel. We started the day by visiting the Israel Museum, where there was a massive model of first-century Jerusalem. After discussing some of the features of first-century Jerusalem, we headed to Yad Vashem, Israel's Holocaust museum and memorial. Then we spent some time at Machane Yehuda (a market area), before driving to the Western Wall, where a variety of Jews had gathered to sing, dance, pray, and weep. Once we left the Western Wall, we had a Sabbath meal with a Jewish family (though I didn't record it).
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Cleaning operation at Western Wall in Jerusalem
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Cleaning operation at Western Wall in Jerusalem

Cleaning operation at Western Wall in Jerusalem
Twice a year, Rabbi Shmuel Rabinovitch of the Western Wall oversees the collection of thousands of notes to ensure there's always room for more…
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Thousands of Notes to God Removed from Jerusalem's Western Wall
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Thousands of Notes to God Removed from Jerusalem's Western Wall

Thousands of Notes to God Removed from Jerusalem's Western Wall
Equipped with long sticks, a team of cleaners on Wednesday, April 10, pried prayers written by visitors to Jerusalem’s Western Wall and crammed into the wall’s crevices. Twice a year, the rabbi of the Western Wall oversees the collection of the thousands of notes to ensure there's always room for more. The papers are then buried at Jerusalem's Mount of Olives in accordance with ritual.
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The story of the Western Wall (The holy Jewish place), Jerusalem Israel
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The story of the Western Wall (The holy Jewish place), Jerusalem Israel

The story of the Western Wall (The holy Jewish place), Jerusalem Israel
The story of the Western Wall (The holy Jewish place), Jerusalem Israel
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Cleaning the Western Wall in Jerusalem
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Cleaning the Western Wall in Jerusalem

Cleaning the Western Wall in Jerusalem
In Jerusalem, thousands of notes were removed from the Western Wall.
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Authorities remove prayer notes from Wailing Wall in Jerusalem
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Authorities remove prayer notes from Wailing Wall in Jerusalem

Authorities remove prayer notes from Wailing Wall in Jerusalem
RESTRICTION SUMMARY: AP CLIENTS ONLY SHOTLIST AP TELEVISION - AP CLIENTS ONLY 1. Visitors arriving at Western Wall, known to many as the 'Wailing Wall' 2. Workers removing notes from between the stones 3. Close of notes being removed 4. Man sweeping notes from ground 5. Various of notes on ground 6. Rabbi of the Western Wall Shmuel Rabinowitz near wailing wall 7. SOUNDBITE (Hebrew) Shmuel Rabinowitz, Rabbi of the Western Wall: "This place is a special haven for prayers, a perfect place for prayers; therefore there are notes from Jews and non-Jews. God hears everyone's prayers." 8. Worker removing prayers from wall 9. SOUNDBITE (English) Derl Crawford, from Mississippi, former worker of US federal government: "I think it is just such an experience, for me being from America and (this being) my first time to Israel, and to see this. And particularly for the great coming up holiday for the Jewish people. I just think it's a wonderful thing." 10. Various of notes taken out of wall 11. Man praying 12. Wide of wall STORYLINE Thousands of prayer notes, some simply addressed to God, were removed from the stones of the Wailing Wall in Jerusalem on Wednesday, ahead of Rosh Hashanah, the Jewish New Year. Using wooden sticks, workers removed the pieces of paper from their crevices. The operation is carried out twice a year; before the Passover festival and at the Jewish New Year, in the autumn. Shmuel Rabinowitz, the Rabbi of the Western Wall called it a "special haven for prayers" and said "Jews and non-Jews" had left prayer notes there. Derl Crawford , a tourist from Mississippi, said it was a "wonderful thing" to witness the removal of all the prayer notes. Jewish religious practice forbids the destruction of any written material, so worn or damaged Torah scrolls, prayer books and other religious articles - such as the notes - are buried. ============================================
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The Western Wall (Wailing Wall) on Sukkot. Electrifying atmosphere. Jerusalem, Israel
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The Western Wall (Wailing Wall) on Sukkot. Electrifying atmosphere. Jerusalem, Israel

The Western Wall (Wailing Wall) on Sukkot. Electrifying atmosphere. Jerusalem, Israel
The Western Wall (Wailing Wall) on Sukkot. Electrifying atmosphere. Jerusalem, Israel
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Western Wall Tunnels Tour
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Western Wall Tunnels Tour

Western Wall Tunnels Tour
A quick crash course on the history of Jerusalem's walls and the Temple Mount with some footage of a live tour under the Western Wall tunnels in January of 2013.
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The Western Wall (Wailing Wall) - Visit to the largest and most important synagogue in the world
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The Western Wall (Wailing Wall) - Visit to the largest and most important synagogue in the world

The Western Wall (Wailing Wall) - Visit to the largest and most important synagogue in the world
The Western Wall (Wailing Wall) - Visit to the largest and most important synagogue in the world
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Western Wall Jerusalem Israel, Video Walk
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Western Wall Jerusalem Israel, Video Walk

Western Wall Jerusalem Israel, Video Walk
Western Wall Jerusalem Israel, Video Walk January Weekday The Western Wall, Wailing Wall, or Kotel, known in Islam as the Buraq Wall, is an ancient limestone wall in the Old City of Jerusalem. It is a relatively small segment of a far longer ancient retaining wall, known also in its entirety as the Western Wall.
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Hallel at the Western Wall
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Hallel at the Western Wall

Hallel at the Western Wall
This video is the highlights of the Na Nachs rendition of Hallel at the Western Wall during my time in Aish HaTorah Yeshiva in May 2018.
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סליחות מהכותל בשידור חי | Selichot - LIVE from the Western Wall
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סליחות מהכותל בשידור חי | Selichot - LIVE from the Western Wall

סליחות מהכותל בשידור חי | Selichot - LIVE from the Western Wall
Watch as thousands gather at the Western Wall in Jerusalem for the last day of reciting the prayers of repentance, a day before Rosh Hashana
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Spring cleaning at the Western Wall
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Spring cleaning at the Western Wall

Spring cleaning at the Western Wall
Every year over 11 million people visit the Western Wall in Jerusalem and place their wishes in the cracks. Just before Passover holiday, the wishes are cleaned out. Report for i24news english evening edition.
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Jewish-Canadians angry over Western Wall decision
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Jewish-Canadians angry over Western Wall decision

Jewish-Canadians angry over Western Wall decision
A senior leader of Canada's Jewish community says she is disappointed that Israel's government scrapped the plans for a mixed gender prayer area at the Western Wall in Jerusalem.
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Emotional 100,000 Attend Selichot at the Western Wall
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Emotional 100,000 Attend Selichot at the Western Wall

Emotional 100,000 Attend Selichot at the Western Wall
Tens of thousands of Jews visited the Western Wall (Kotel) in Jerusalem on Monday night, gathering to ask for forgiveness and mercy in Selichot prayers before the Yom Kippur (Day of Atonement) fast despite - or in spite of - the tense security situation in the capital. As many as 100,000 people may have visited the Kotel throughout the night for the culmination of the penitentiary prayers, which ends some 40 days of prayer for Sephardic Jews and roughly two weeks for Ashkenazic Jews. The prayer drew a variety of people - men and women, children and the elderly, and observant and non-observant Jews. Both Ashkenazic Chief Rabbi David Lau and Sephardic Chief Rabbi Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef attended the service, as well as Kotel Rabbi Rabbi Shmuel Rabinowitz, attended the services.
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New Discoveries at the Western Wall Tunnels
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New Discoveries at the Western Wall Tunnels

New Discoveries at the Western Wall Tunnels
Eight stone courses of the Western Wall that had been buried under an 8-meter layer of earth were recently uncovered in excavations conducted by the Israel Antiquities Authority in the Western Wall Tunnels in Jerusalem. These stone courses, completely preserved, are built of massive stones and are outstanding in the quality of their construction. Furthermore, after the removal of this layer of soil, the archaeologists were surprised to discover that it covered the remnants of an extraordinary theater-like structure from the Roman period confirming historical writings that describe a theater near the Temple Mount. These exciting findings will be presented to the public during a conference titled New Studies in the Archaeology of Jerusalem and its Environs, which will take place at the Hebrew University. This year’s conference will mark 50 years of archaeology since the unification of the city. At a press conference this morning (Monday) beneath Wilson’s Arch in the Western Wall Tunnels, the stone courses and the amazing remnants of the theater were presented. Apparently, a great deal was invested in the construction of the theater which contained approximately 200 seats. The press conference was conducted with the participation of the Western Wall rabbi, Rabbi Shmuel Rabinowitz, Israel Antiquities Authority director, Israel Hasson, Western Wall Heritage Foundation director, Mr. Mordechai (Suli) Eliav, Israel Antiquities Authority district archaeologist Dr. Yuval Baruch, and the excavation directors. From the very beginning of archaeological research in Jerusalem over 150 years ago, scholars have been seeking the public buildings mentioned in the historical sources. Particularly prominent among them, theaters or theater-like structures are mentioned. These descriptions are found in written sources from the Second Temple period (such as Josephus Flavius), and in sources from the period following the destruction of the Second Temple, when Jerusalem becam
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Hasidim (Orthodox Jews) at the Western Wall (Wailing Wall) for the Simchat Torah holiday. Jerusalem
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Hasidim (Orthodox Jews) at the Western Wall (Wailing Wall) for the Simchat Torah holiday. Jerusalem

Hasidim (Orthodox Jews) at the Western Wall (Wailing Wall) for the Simchat Torah holiday. Jerusalem
Hasidim (Orthodox Jews) at the Western Wall (Wailing Wall) for the Simchat Torah holiday. Jerusalem
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Jewish women challenge Western Wall rules
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Jewish women challenge Western Wall rules

Jewish women challenge Western Wall rules
A group of Jewish women are demanding to be allowed to pray in the same way men do at the Western Wall in Jerusalem. Police arrested at least 10 women who tried to challenge conventional rules of worship at the revered site. Al Jazeera's Nicole Johnston reports from occupied East Jerusalem.
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Old Jerusalem: Walking from Damascus Gate to the Western Wall
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Old Jerusalem: Walking from Damascus Gate to the Western Wall

Old Jerusalem: Walking from Damascus Gate to the Western Wall
Dec, 23, 2010: Walking through narrow streets from Damascus Gate to the Western Wall in the Old City of Jerusalem. Unnecessary commentary by Glenn Campbell.
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Bar Mitzvah at the Western Wall in Israel
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Bar Mitzvah at the Western Wall in Israel

Bar Mitzvah at the Western Wall in Israel
Bar Mitzvah at the Western Wall in Jerusalem, Israel.
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Handwashing in Judaism - Why? - Wailing Wall (the Western Wall, Kotel), Jerusalem, Israel
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Handwashing in Judaism - Why? - Wailing Wall (the Western Wall, Kotel), Jerusalem, Israel

Handwashing in Judaism - Why? - Wailing Wall (the Western Wall, Kotel), Jerusalem, Israel
Jewish law and custom prescribe ritual hand washing (Hebrew: נטילת ידיים‎, netilat yadayim in a number of situations According to traditional practice, Jews wash their hands in the following situations: Upon waking from sleep (known in Yiddish as נעגל וואַסער, negel vasser), poured out from a vessel three times, intermittently, over each hand. This washing is said to remove an evil spirit from one's fingers.[1] Before prayer.[2] After touching ones's private parts, or the sweat from one's body (excluding the face), or when one crops one's fingernails[3] Upon leaving a latrine, lavatory or bathhouse[3] Upon leaving a cemetery[3] Before eating bread. This only applies to bread made from one of the five chief grains (wheat, cultivated barley, spelt, wild barley,[a] and oats)[6] After eating a meal where the salt of Sodom was served at that table[7] (In some communities) washing the priests' hands, before they bless the people with the Priestly Blessing.[8] When, prior to eating, one dips a morsel of food within a liquid (e.g. water, honey, oil, etc.) which then clings to that morsel, with the one exception of fruits, seeing that they do not require hand washing.[9] Development of hand washing on bread 1890 illustration of laver in the Temple The most developed and, perhaps, important of these washings is the washing of hands before eating bread. Such washing of hands is called in Hebrew, netilat yadayim, meaning "the lifting up of the hands." It is looked upon with such rigidity, that those who willfully neglect its practice are said to make themselves liable to excommunication,[10] and bring upon themselves a state of scarcity,[11] and are quickly taken out of the world.[12] Hand washing in the Temple Ten brazen lavers are said to have served the priests in the Temple of Solomon in Jerusalem, their function being merely for cleansing the hands and feet before they commenced their service.[13] In addition, the Mishnah records that priests were requ
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Why do Hasidic Jews wear a fur hat? 
The Western Wall (Wailing Wall), Jerusalem, Israel
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Why do Hasidic Jews wear a fur hat? The Western Wall (Wailing Wall), Jerusalem, Israel

Why do Hasidic Jews wear a fur hat? The Western Wall (Wailing Wall), Jerusalem, Israel
A shtreimel (Yiddish: שטרײַמל‎, plural שטרײַמלעך shtraimlech) is a fur hat worn by many married Haredi Jewish men, particularly (although not exclusively) members of Hasidic Judaism, on Shabbat and Jewish holidays and other festive occasions.[1] In Jerusalem, the shtreimel is also worn by Litvak Jews (non-Hasidim who belong to the original Ashkenazi community of Jerusalem, also known as Perushim). The shtreimel is generally worn only after marriage, except in some Yerushalmi communities, where boys wear it from the age of bar mitzvah. There is much speculation surrounding the origin of the shtreimel. According to the Encyclop?dia Britannica, it is of Tatar origin.[2] Different theories hold that it is of Tatar, Turkish or Russian origin, but it is not possible to establish a clear chronology.[3] Some legends say that the initial reason for adopting the shtreimel was that the czar of the time decreed that the Jews must dress like the Gentiles.[citation needed] The shtreimel is comparable in construction to fur hats historically worn by Central European (Polish)[4][5] and Eastern European Russian boyar nobility.[citation needed] According to the Jewish Historical Institute in Warsaw, the shtreimel comes from the costume of Polish nobility, the Gentiles
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Fallen Western Wall Stone Removed
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Fallen Western Wall Stone Removed

Fallen Western Wall Stone Removed
HOLY LAND UNCOVERED | Arguably the most sacred place for Jews is the remains of the Second Temple. It is always a place of prayer and ritual. Recently, a stone fell from the ancient wall and raised concerns among worshipers, as well as officials in Israel. Our Shelby Weiner has the story.
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The Western Wall, Jerusalem - a visit the most important Jewish site
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The Western Wall, Jerusalem - a visit the most important Jewish site

The Western Wall, Jerusalem - a visit the most important Jewish site
The Western Wall, Jerusalem - a visit the most important Jewish site
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Message in the Western Wall: A True Story
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Message in the Western Wall: A True Story

Message in the Western Wall: A True Story
At the start of the Yom Kippur War, Uri Shachar received an encouraging message from a very unlikely source.
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US Ambassador PM Netanyahu - Candle-lighting Ceremony at the Western Wall
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US Ambassador PM Netanyahu - Candle-lighting Ceremony at the Western Wall

US Ambassador PM Netanyahu - Candle-lighting Ceremony at the Western Wall
US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman joined Israeli Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu at a special candle-lighting ceremony at the Western Wall in Jerusalem Sunday evening, marking the beginning of the festival of Hanukkah. “Hanukkah is called the festival of light,” said Friedman. “Each day we increase with an additional candle the amount of light that comes from the Hanukkiyah. It is not just symbolic, it is also the sense of really illuminating the world. We illuminate the world with the values that we have in the Jewish nation, that we have in the United States with the Judeo-Christian values that are the foundation of both our two great countries.” “Twenty-two-hundred-years-ago, just behind me, the festival of Hanukkah began when the Maccabees purified the Temple and restored those great Judeo-Christian values from those who sought to destroy the Jewish people.” Netanyahu condemned the recent decision of the International Criminal Court in the Hague to investigate the Palestinian Authority’s allegations of war crimes in the 2014 Gaza war, and in the existence of Israeli towns in Judea and Samaria. “Twenty-two-hundred-years-ago, the Maccabees fought the war of liberation for the Jewish people and the Jewish faith against the anti-Semitic decrees of the Seleucid Greeks,” said Netanyahu. “They wanted to extinguish our faith, to stamp out our freedom, to drive us out of this land, to say we have no right to exist.” “We have fought against immeasurable odds, as no people has fought against throughout history. We crossed the abyss from extinction to survival, to independence, and now to a thriving democracy.” “And yet we find ourselves now in the beginning of the 21st century, in 2019, where the International Criminal Court, that should know otherwise, has set forth decrees that are just as anti-Semitic as the decrees of the Seleucid Greeks.” “They say that Jews do not have a right to settle in the Jewish homeland. They say that the Jews do not
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Western Wall Controversy: Israeli Women split in call for reform
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Western Wall Controversy: Israeli Women split in call for reform

Western Wall Controversy: Israeli Women split in call for reform
In Israel, the status of the Western Wall is still causing controversy. Reform and orthodox movements are divided over a third section, where women and men can pray together. Mustafa Fatih Yavuz has more.
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Rabbi clears out prayer notes from Judaism's Western Wall
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Rabbi clears out prayer notes from Judaism's Western Wall

Rabbi clears out prayer notes from Judaism's Western Wall
SHOTLIST 1. Wide of Western Wall pan to Jews praying 2. Various of Jerusalem Municipality worker taking out notes from Western Wall 3. Municipality worker taking out notes with stick 4. Close-up of bin with notes inside 5. Orthodox Jew taking out notes 6. Close-up of worker taking out notes with stick tilt down to notes on floor 7. Close-up of notes 8. Close-up of a note, note reading (English): "I love the world! thank you for blessing us with people, animals, water, plants, air, EVERYTHING!" 9. Close-up of a note 10. Western Wall Rabbi Shmuele Rabinowitz taking notes out of wall 11.SOUNDBITE (Hebrew) Shmuele Rabinowitz, Western Wall Rabbi: "Millions of people send their notes here, put their notes between the stones of the western wall, in order for more people can put their notes here we collect the notes in a respected manner and burry it in the mountain of olives." 12. Various of worker taking notes out of wall 13.SOUNDBITE: (English) unnamed boy, Vox Pop: "A couple of years ago I put a note over there thanking "Hashem" (God) for my wonderful life and all the great things he has done for me. It's really a terrible thing that they are taking away all "Benei Yisraels" (Israelis) hope by taking away all these notes." 14. Jewish Orthodox man collecting notes from floor 15. Wide of Western Wall, tilt down to people near it STORYLINE: Poking into crevices between the ancient stones of the Western Wall, a senior rabbi and his helpers on Tuesday removed countless handwritten notes placed there by visitors who believe their requests will find a short-cut to God by being deposited at Judaism's holiest site. The clearance operation is carried out twice a year; before the Passover festival which begins this weekend and at the Jewish New Year, in the fall. The Western Wall is revered by Jews as a remnant of their biblical Temple, and many people of all faiths come to the wall to pray and slip notes with requests between the ancient stones.
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WESTERN WALL, JERUSALEM - ISRAEL 🇮🇱| Most Sacred Place for JEWS
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WESTERN WALL, JERUSALEM - ISRAEL 🇮🇱| Most Sacred Place for JEWS

WESTERN WALL, JERUSALEM - ISRAEL 🇮🇱| Most Sacred Place for JEWS
In this Video i will try to show you the Western Wall which is the most sacred site for the Jewish People all over the world. I visited Western Wall on the Saturday which is Shabbat day in Israel so it was a totally different experience.
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Pope Francis visits Western Wall, the holiest place where Jews can pray
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Pope Francis visits Western Wall, the holiest place where Jews can pray

Pope Francis visits Western Wall, the holiest place where Jews can pray
Pope Francis on Monday prayed at Jerusalem's Western Wall, the holiest place where Jews can pray, as he continued his visit to the Middle East. He bowed his head as he touched the wall in the same gesture used a day earlier to pray at the Israeli barrier surrounding the biblical West Bank town of Bethlehem. Francis spent a few minutes before the only remains of the biblical Second Temple and left a note inside an envelope in one of the cracks between the stones. When St. John Paul II visited in 2000, he left a note asking forgiveness for the suffering inflicted on Jews by Christians over history. Pope Benedict XVI's note prayed for peace for Christians, Muslims and Jews alike. The Vatican hasn't said if the contents of Francis' prayer would be released.
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A detailed tour of the Western Wall Tunnel Jerusalem - A real piece of history under the Old City
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A detailed tour of the Western Wall Tunnel Jerusalem - A real piece of history under the Old City

A detailed tour of the Western Wall Tunnel Jerusalem - A real piece of history under the Old City
The Western Wall Tunnel is an underground tunnel exposing the full length of the Western Wall. The tunnel is adjacent to the Western Wall and is located under buildings of the Old City of Jerusalem, Israel. While the open-air portion of the Western Wall is approximately 60 metres (200 ft) long, the majority of its original length is hidden underground. The tunnel allows access to an additional 485 metres (1,591 ft) of the wall The tunnel exposes a total length of 485 m of the wall, revealing the methods of construction and the various activities in the vicinity of the Temple Mount.[1] The excavations included many archaeological finds along the way, including discoveries from the Herodian period (streets, monumental masonry), sections of a reconstruction of the Western Wall dating to the Umayyad period, and various structures dating to the Ayyubid, Mamluke and Hasmonean periods constructed to support buildings in the vicinity of the Temple Mount. "Warren's Gate" lies about 150 feet (46 m) into the tunnel. This sealed-off entrance has been turned into a small synagogue called "The Cave", by Rabbi Yehuda Getz, since it is the closest point a Jew can get to the Holy of Holies, assuming it was located at the traditional site under the Dome of the Rock. At the northern portion of the Western Wall, remains of a water channel, which originally supplied water to the Temple Mount, were found. The exact source of the channel is unknown, though it passes through an underground pool known as the "Struthion Pool". The water channel was dated to the Hasmonean period and was accordingly dubbed the "Hasmonean Channel". The biggest stone in the Western Wall often called the Western Stone is also revealed within the tunnel and ranks as one of the heaviest objects ever lifted by human beings without powered machinery. The stone has a length of 13.6 metres (45 ft) and an estimated width of between 3.5 metres (11 ft) and 4.5 metres (15 ft); estimates place its weight at 570
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Robinson's Arch (entrance to the Jewish Temple - the Western Wall, Jerusalem) - The renovation began
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Robinson's Arch (entrance to the Jewish Temple - the Western Wall, Jerusalem) - The renovation began

Robinson's Arch (entrance to the Jewish Temple - the Western Wall, Jerusalem) - The renovation began
Following upon many years of travel around the world, which was highlighted by a very exciting emotional and soul-searching meeting with the Dalai Lama, I realized that I had a mission. To pass on the the history of the Holy Land, its religions, and in particular, the birth and development of Christianity. In order to fulfill this "calling" in the best way possible, I studied in depth, visited, and personally experienced each and every important site of the ancient Christians. I studied for and received my first bachelors degree in the ancient history of the Holy Land, and am presently completing my studies for my second degree.
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Coronavirus outbreak: Hundreds hold mass prayer at Jerusalem's Western Wall for those impacted
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Coronavirus outbreak: Hundreds hold mass prayer at Jerusalem's Western Wall for those impacted

Coronavirus outbreak: Hundreds hold mass prayer at Jerusalem's Western Wall for those impacted
Hundreds of people gathered at Jerusalem's Western Wall on Sunday to hold a mass prayer for those impacted by COVID-19. Some said they could "feel the distress" of those sick and people in quarantine, and are praying for them in hopes they recover and are able to leave. Others also denounced the fears that have come from the virus, saying some have become afraid "to get in closer to Chinese people." Israel Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said that Israeli citizens on board the cruise ship would be evacuated soon.
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24 Facts Most People Don't Know About The Western Wall (Kotel)
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24 Facts Most People Don't Know About The Western Wall (Kotel)

24 Facts Most People Don't Know About The Western Wall (Kotel)
Think you know the Western Wall? Here are 24 facts most people don't know about the Western Wall.
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Trump becomes the 1st POTUS to pray at Western Wall in Jerusalem
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Trump becomes the 1st POTUS to pray at Western Wall in Jerusalem

Trump becomes the 1st POTUS to pray at Western Wall in Jerusalem
US President Donald Trump has landed in Israel, being welcomed by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and the entire cabinet after the Israeli leader made it mandatory for all ministers to attend the reception, having learned that some planned to skip the ceremony.
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Birkat Kohanim (Priestly Blessing) at the Kotel in Jerusalem 5771 (2011)
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Birkat Kohanim (Priestly Blessing) at the Kotel in Jerusalem 5771 (2011)

Birkat Kohanim (Priestly Blessing) at the Kotel in Jerusalem 5771 (2011)
Many thousands of Jews gathered at the Kotel (the Western Wall) on the 2nd day of Chol HaMoed Pesach 5771 (the intermediate days of the Passover festival of 2011) for Birkat Kohanim (the Priestly Blessing) in accordance with the Torah's commandment in the book of Bamidbar (Numbers) chapter 6 verse 23-27. The ceremony has become a tradition ever since the liberation of Har HaBayit (the Temple Mount) and the rest of the Old City of Jerusalem during the Six Day War in 1967. It is in commemoration of the Biblical obligation to visit the Holy Temple on the three annual festivals, namely, Pesach (Passover), Shavuot (Pentecost), and Sukkot (Tabernacles). It is also a special opportunity for many Cohanim (Jews who trace their lineage to Aaron, the first High Priest) to fulfill the Biblical obligation of blessing the nation, and for non-Cohanim to be blessed (also a Biblical obligation, according to some). It is to be noted that the Western Wall is merely a supportive wall of the Temple Mount in which the Holy Temple itself stood. The holiday prayers emphasize our goal of returning to the Mount, and not to the courtyards around it: "Bring us to Zion Your city with joy, and to Jerusalem, the House of Your Temple, with everlasting happiness... Build Your house as at the beginning, and establish Your Temple on its foundation; show us its construction and gladden us with its rectification... and to there we will ascend and be seen and bow down before You on our three festivals..."
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Wailing Wall (Western Wall) in Jerusalem during the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) - Purim 2020
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Wailing Wall (Western Wall) in Jerusalem during the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) - Purim 2020

Wailing Wall (Western Wall) in Jerusalem during the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) - Purim 2020
Wailing Wall (Western Wall) in Jerusalem during the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) - Purim 2020
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Birkat Kohanim - Sukkot 5776 - Western Wall Jerusalem
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Birkat Kohanim - Sukkot 5776 - Western Wall Jerusalem

Birkat Kohanim - Sukkot 5776 - Western Wall Jerusalem
Birkat Kohanim - Sukkot 5776 - Western Wall Jerusalem
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Birkat Kohanim, Sukkot 5774, Western Wall Jerusalem
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Birkat Kohanim, Sukkot 5774, Western Wall Jerusalem

Birkat Kohanim, Sukkot 5774, Western Wall Jerusalem
Birkat Kohanim, Sukkot 5774, Western Wall Jerusalem
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IDF soldiers arrived at the Western Wall (Wailing Wall) Jerusalem for the Simchat Torah holiday.
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IDF soldiers arrived at the Western Wall (Wailing Wall) Jerusalem for the Simchat Torah holiday.

IDF soldiers arrived at the Western Wall (Wailing Wall) Jerusalem for the Simchat Torah holiday.
IDF soldiers arrived at the Western Wall (Wailing Wall) Jerusalem for the Simchat Torah holiday.
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Trump makes history with visit to Western Wall
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Trump makes history with visit to Western Wall

Trump makes history with visit to Western Wall
Eurasia Group's Ayham Kamel describes the significance of President Trump's visit to the holiest Jewish site in Jerusalem.
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East Jerusalem: Mass prayer held at Western Wall to stop coronavirus epidemic
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East Jerusalem: Mass prayer held at Western Wall to stop coronavirus epidemic

East Jerusalem: Mass prayer held at Western Wall to stop coronavirus epidemic
A mass prayer was held by the Western Wall in East Jerusalem to call for an end to the coronavirus epidemic, on Sunday. Footage shows Jews rocking back and forth as they were reciting prayers by the Wall. "We say to the Chinese people we are praying for you. We are asking for a blessing that you will also be happy, healthy that there is a cure for the illness, that your doctors will find a way to cure your disease," said Amichai Eliyahu, the chairman of the Community Rabbinical Association. Jon Zon, a Chinese student residing in Israel, joined in on the public prayer and said "I feel sad about the situation in China, but I think Chinese people will conquer this difficulty and everything will be fine. I hope more Chinese people can come here as usual." "Just like the Chinese stood for the Jewish people right after World War II, and we are here to support the Chinese people," shared the chair of the Israel Export and International Cooperation Institute, Adiv Baruch. The prayer session was reportedly organised by the head of Community Rabbinical Association, rabbi Shmuel Eliyahu, along with the Israeli branch of the Orthodox Union. The novel coronavirus, now officially recognised as the Covid-19, has claimed many lives and infected thousands of people around the world.
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Cruising Israel - Western Wall Tunnels
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Cruising Israel - Western Wall Tunnels

Cruising Israel - Western Wall Tunnels
There’s no such thing as a visit to Jerusalem without heading to the Western Wall, right? And if there’s one thing we’d advise on your trip to the Kotel is to definitely check our the Western Wall Tunnels!
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Bar Mitzvah Ceremony at the Wailing Wall (Western Wall), Jerusalem during Coronavirus disease
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Bar Mitzvah Ceremony at the Wailing Wall (Western Wall), Jerusalem during Coronavirus disease

Bar Mitzvah Ceremony at the Wailing Wall (Western Wall), Jerusalem during Coronavirus disease
Bar Mitzvah Ceremony at the Wailing Wall (Western Wall), Jerusalem during Coronavirus disease
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Bible Overview of Old City Jerusalem, Mt of Olives, Western Wall, Via Dolorosa, History of Jerusalem
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Bible Overview of Old City Jerusalem, Mt of Olives, Western Wall, Via Dolorosa, History of Jerusalem

Bible Overview of Old City Jerusalem, Mt of Olives, Western Wall, Via Dolorosa, History of Jerusalem
What makes Jerusalem so unique and special? Here's a must-see video of the special purpose and events God did and will do in Jerusalem. Jerusalem means “City of Peace.” It’s mentioned over 500 times in the Bible. Jerusalem is the special dwelling place of God on this earth. Psalms 76:2: His tent is in Salem, his dwelling place in Zion. Psalm 135:21: Praise be to the LORD from Zion, to him who dwells in Jerusalem. Praise the LORD. It was in Jerusalem, on Mount Moriah, that Abraham was to offer Isaac, his firstborn son to God, on the very place the temple would later be built.
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WATCH: Melania Trump & Ivanka Trump Visit Western Wall in Jerusalem During Trip to Israel.
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WATCH: Melania Trump & Ivanka Trump Visit Western Wall in Jerusalem During Trip to Israel.

WATCH: Melania Trump & Ivanka Trump Visit Western Wall in Jerusalem During Trip to Israel.
JERUSALEM (AP) - President Donald Trump has paid his respects at the Western Wall, the holiest place where Jews can pray. Wearing a black skullcap, Trump walked slowly toward the wall and pressed his right hand flat against the stone for about 30 seconds. He then tucked a prayer note into a deep crevice. His wife and daughter Ivanka, who converted to Judaism, visited the women's section of the wall. The site in Jerusalem's Old City in east Jerusalem was at the center of a recent spat between the two allies following the U.S refusal to say it is part of Israel. Before visiting the Wall, Trump visited the Church of the Holy Supulchre. It's believed to be where Jesus was crucified, and where his tomb is located. Trump is on his first visit to Israel as president.
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Pope Francis visited the Western Wall, the holiest place in Jerusalem where Jews can pray.
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Pope Francis visited the Western Wall, the holiest place in Jerusalem where Jews can pray.

Pope Francis visited the Western Wall, the holiest place in Jerusalem where Jews can pray.
Pope Francis on Monday prayed at Jerusalem's Western Wall, the holiest place where Jews can pray, as he continued his visit to the Middle East. He bowed his head as he touched the wall in the same gesture used a day earlier to pray at the Israeli barrier surrounding the biblical West Bank town of Bethlehem. Francis spent a few minutes before the only remains of the biblical Second Temple and left a note inside an envelope in one of the cracks between the stones. When St. John Paul II visited in 2000, he left a note asking forgiveness for the suffering inflicted on Jews by Christians over history. Pope Benedict XVI's note prayed for peace for Christians, Muslims and Jews alike. The Vatican hasn't said if the contents of Francis' prayer would be released.
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Trump visits the Western Wall in Jerusalem
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Trump visits the Western Wall in Jerusalem

Trump visits the Western Wall in Jerusalem
On Monday, Donald Trump became the first U.S. sitting president to visit the Western Wall in Jerusalem.
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Pence Visits Jerusalem's Western Wall
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Pence Visits Jerusalem's Western Wall

Pence Visits Jerusalem's Western Wall
Vice President Mike Pence is visiting the Western Wall in Jerusalem, offering prayers at the holiest site where Jews can pray amid tensions with the Palestinians. He also met with Israeli President Reuven Rivlin.
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Clean out of written prayers from cracks of Jerusalem's Western Wall
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Clean out of written prayers from cracks of Jerusalem's Western Wall

Clean out of written prayers from cracks of Jerusalem's Western Wall
The tradition of putting a small paper with a prayer between the cracks of the wall is several centuries old.
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Russian PM visits Jerusalem's Wailing Wall
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Russian PM visits Jerusalem's Wailing Wall

Russian PM visits Jerusalem's Wailing Wall
1. Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev visiting the Western Wall 2. Medvedev and delegation seen on camera screen 3. Various of Medvedev and officials during visit 4. Medvedev approaching and touching the Western Wall 5. Close of Medvedev touching Wall 6. Close of officials 7. Various of Medvedev at Wall 8. Police 9. Women looking on from stairs 10. Medvedev receiving book and shaking hands with Rabbi Shmuel Rabinovitch 11. Various of delegation at Western Wall STORYLINE: Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev visited the Western Wall on Wednesday, the holiest site where Jews can pray in Jerusalem's Old City. Medvedev is on a three-day, high level visit to Israel and the Palestinan Territories to explore issues of mutual interest. Later on Thursday, Medvedev will meet with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and, separately, with Israeli President Reuven Rivlin at his residence in Jerusalem. On Friday, Medvedev is expected to meet with Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas in the West Bank city of Jericho. ============================================
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Secretary of State Pompeo Visits Jerusalem's Western Wall
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Secretary of State Pompeo Visits Jerusalem's Western Wall

Secretary of State Pompeo Visits Jerusalem's Western Wall
Story: US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo toured the Western Wall on Thursday afternoon accompanied by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman, in a visit that could be viewed as signalling tacit recognition of Israel’s sovereignty over the holy site located in the Jerusalem’s contested Old City. Pompeo’s visit was the first time that the United States’ senior-most diplomat is accompanied to the Old City by a senior Israeli official. The Western Wall -- the holiest site in Judaism -- is situated in the heart of the Old City in east Jerusalem. Palestinians see the eastern part of the city as the capital of their desired future state, while Israel claims the whole city as its undivided capital. Foreign dignitaries typically dub their visits to the Western Wall as “private visits” and go unaccompanied by official representatives of Israel so as to avoid any implication of recognition of sovereignty over the site. The unprecedented visit comes following the United States’ controversial decision in December 2017 to recognize Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. It also comes as US and Israeli officials say Washington is gearing up to officially recognize Israel’s sovereignty over another contested territory — the mountainous Golan Heights region bordering Syria — as early as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s meeting with US President Donald Trump at the White House in Washington on Monday. Ahead of the Western Wall visit, Pompeo met with Israeli President Reuven Rivlin for talks focused on 'various regional challenges' particularly regarding the 'build-up of Iranian forces in Syria and Lebanon and on Iranian support for Hamas in Gaza and Hezbollah in Lebanon', a statement from the president's office said. 'Mr President, I am sure that you know that Israel has no better friend than the United States. These are not just words, this is what we do on a daily basis for the benefit of us both. The United St
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JERUSALEM: Western wall | ISRAEL🇮🇱 | Place for JEWS | Jewish Culture
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JERUSALEM: Western wall | ISRAEL🇮🇱 | Place for JEWS | Jewish Culture

JERUSALEM: Western wall | ISRAEL🇮🇱 | Place for JEWS | Jewish Culture
in this video you will the Jerusalem and western wall and their culture.
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Jerusalem Dateline: UNESCO: NO Jewish History on Temple Mount.
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Jerusalem Dateline: UNESCO: NO Jewish History on Temple Mount.

Jerusalem Dateline: UNESCO: NO Jewish History on Temple Mount.
This week on Jerusalem Dateline: UNESCO denies Jewish history on Temple Mount; and what’s the connection between the bible and the West Bank? plus a miraculous story of conversion; and Sukkot celebrations in Israel.
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Pope Francis visits major sites in Jerusalem
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Pope Francis visits major sites in Jerusalem

Pope Francis visits major sites in Jerusalem
The second day of Pope Francis' visit in Israel began with a meeting with the Grand Mufti of Jerusalem and Muslim leaders on the Temple Mount. The Pope then visited the Western Wall in Jerusalem's Old City, where he prayed and placed a note between the stones of the wall.
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Israel: Bolsonaro pays visit to Jerusalem's Western Wall with Netanyahu
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Israel: Bolsonaro pays visit to Jerusalem's Western Wall with Netanyahu

Israel: Bolsonaro pays visit to Jerusalem's Western Wall with Netanyahu
Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro paid a visit to Jerusalem's Western Wall with Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Monday, the second day of his official visit to the country. The two leaders placed hand-written prayers into the cracks of the Wall, a long-standing tradition for religious pilgrims and visitors from across the world, before standing silent in a moment of prayer. Brazil opened a new trade mission to Israel in Jerusalem on Sunday, while the two countries' delegations signed a number of cooperative agreements on defence, security and cyber security, health, aviation, science and technology. Bolsonaro's four-day visit takes place a week before Israel's Knesset elections, which are scheduled for April 9.
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First Lady Melania, Ivanka Trump Visit The Western Wall
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First Lady Melania, Ivanka Trump Visit The Western Wall

First Lady Melania, Ivanka Trump Visit The Western Wall
First Lady Melania Trump and First Daughter Ivanka Trump visit Jewish holy site the Western Wall at the Temple Mount in Jerusalem.
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Entrance to men only. The Western Wall (Wailing Wall), Jerusalem, Israel
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Entrance to men only. The Western Wall (Wailing Wall), Jerusalem, Israel

Entrance to men only. The Western Wall (Wailing Wall), Jerusalem, Israel
Entrance to men only. The Western Wall (Wailing Wall), Jerusalem, Israel
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