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    The Land of Jerusalem People who search for peace don’t realize that it sets within them, they attempt to throw the blame on others and expect them to change first, and this is the problem of Palestine/ Israel. For so many years Jerusalem had been through enormous amount of wars, which held the goal of occupying the land for one individual religion .Three major religions; Islam, Christianity, and Judaism consider Jerusalem as a big part of their worship and for centuries up to till now these three

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    Ancient Jerusalem

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    The Process of Jerusalem becoming a Sacred Space Ancient Jerusalem was a holy center for the Hebrew people. (And it is a home of three religions, Islam, Judaism, and Christianity nowadays.) Jerusalem establishment as a holy space is depicted in the Bible. According to the Hebrew Bible, the ancient Israelites lived in Jerusalem because this city represents the center of the world. This city comes the connection point between the people and their God. The existence of theophanies, hierophanies and

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    Importance of Jerusalem

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    Heaven, when an argument breaks out over who deserves the city of Jerusalem. The city itself, viewed without any spiritual connotations, is rather unremarkable. Yet more blood has been spilled over this ancient place, by people whose beliefs are so intricately intertwined, than anywhere on earth. It, to this day, fuels conflicts that are millenia old, and perhaps the best explanation again comes from Mr. Scott. “What is Jerusalem? Your holy places lie over the Jewish temple that the Romans pulled

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    Jerusalem in the Scriptures 37 "O Jerusalem, Jerusalem, the one who kills the prophets and stones those who are sent to her! How often I wanted to gather your children together, as a hen gathers her chicks under her wings, but you were not willing! 38 "See! Your house is left to you desolate; 39 "for I say to you, you shall see Me no more till you say, 'Blessed is He who comes in the name of the LORD!'" (Matthew23:37-39) Jerusalem in the Scriptures is symbolic of the Church in general.

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    Battle Over Jerusalem

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    and endured numerous wars and rulers. The most recent disagreement over Jerusalem is generally between the Israelis and the Palestinians. The height of this disagreement was marked by Israel moving their capital from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem. This caused Muslims to fear having their access limited, difficulties visiting, or even plainly being barred from entering their second most holy city. Palestinians also maintain that Jerusalem should be the capital of an independent Palestine state. One way to settle

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    Jerusalem is the beholder of a violent, yet religious, past. It is the holy center for three of the world’s major religions: Christianity, Judaism, and Islam. It was the center for many battles and the motivation for the Crusades. The Crusades were the cause for much blood shed and marked the beginning of a long war between Islam and Christianity. However, most of the focus in history of this holy center begins with the Crusades and continues there after, so this is where the essay will be focused:

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    Lamentations Research Paper The book of Lamentations is a book about the destruction of Jerusalem in 586 B.C, Jeremiah the weeping prophet is the person that has written this book in the bible as an eyewitness of Jerusalem's fall. Jeremiah was a Prophet that was instructed by the lord to go and tell the people of Jerusalem that it will fall to the Babylonians, due to there sinful ways and the worshiping of false gods. He was to tell them to leave and go start over as there was nothing there for

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    Jerusalem, Yerushalem, or Al-Quds is not just any old land but the oldest land on earth that unites three different religions. It is referred as “The Heart of the World”. This land unites Christianity, Islam, and Judaism. Each religion finds Jerusalem sacred in its own way. Coming from this Holy Land, I have observed the significance of Jerusalem to these three monotheistic religions. Christianity Christians in Jerusalem fall into a category where they see themselves as a bridge that connects Muslims

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    Hospitallers of St. John of Jerusalem

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    Hospitallers of St. John of Jerusalem Hospitallers of St. John, or in full The Sovereign Military Order of the Hospital of Saint John of Jerusalem, is one of the most important military orders that existed since before the crusades. It was founded in early 12th century by a person known as Gerard or Gerald. Even if the family name or birth place of this Gerard is not known for sure, his title as a founder of the order was confirmed by an official document, the Bull of Paschal II dated 1113 and

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    The Jerusalem Post

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    was reduced to a two-page paper. In 1950, two years after Israel declared statehood, the paper officially became the Jerusalem Post. Today, the Jerusalem Post is a daily newspaper that is printed on all days except for Saturdays and Jewish holidays. It is Israeli owned, with its headquarters in Jerusalem, and it is written in English while also being available in French. The Jerusalem Post was a supporter of the Labor Party in Israel until it was bought by Hollinger Inc. in 1989. At the time Hollinger

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