Students gather inside the Lions Gate property's court yard in a powerful display joyous dancing for the festival. The Lions Gate property may be isolated, but it remains a beacon of inspiration for pioneering in Jerusalem.
With another room now finshed with renovations at the Jewish property near the Lions Gate, a new resident fastens a mezuzah to the doorpost.
The City is finally catching up to the Jewish pioneers in the Northern Jewish Quarter and have now repainted the doors and rebuilt the road that runs through it, nearly connecting it directly to the Jewish Quarter itself.
Sharing a courtyard with Arabs may sound difficult for Jewish pioneers, but the property near the Lions Gate shows it can be done. Until Jews moved back into the courtard, the Arab family there had one bathroom and it was outside, next to the destroyed room that has now been... read more →
Most people know of the Western Wall or Kotel, with its wide expanse, but what they don't know is this Wall extends far to the North covered by buildings. One area further to the North has been in use for centuries and is known as the Little Western Wall. As... read more →