This was a Jewish wedding in Hebron after its liberation in 1967...the first one in 1900 years and since the fall of the 2nd Temple and expulsion of the Jews from the Land of Israel.
Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely chastises Arab members of the Knesset for committing identity theft on the Jewish people, when it comes to our Biblical landmarks and artifacts...specifically regarding the Temple Mount and the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron.
Knesset member and Temple Mount peace activist Yehudah Glick, who was shot 4 times at point blank range by an Arab on a motorcycle two years ago, talks about how Israel, and in particular Jerusalem today, is living proof of prophecy.
A soldier and his bride have their wedding outside the Cave of the Patriarchs upon Hebron's liberation from Jordan occupation. This was the first wedding at this location in 2000 years.
Filmed in 3D for IMAX and Giant Screen cinemas, JERUSALEM is an immersive experience about one of the world's most beloved cities. Discover why this tiny piece of land is sacred to billions of people and how archaeology is uncovering secrets of Jerusalem's past.
Let's take look at some footage of Jerusalem's old city before and after the Six Day War.
Just for some context, the first video was filmed just before the war by a British government network. The Jordanians were originally trained by the British to fight against Jewish armies in 1948. Judging by the narrators tone, the British were still hurting from their expulsion from the Land of Israel 19 years prior.
Joseph's Tomb is in the heart of the Biblical city of Shechem, which today is the largest Arab city in Israel with the modern name of Nablus. Even though Joseph's Tomb is a recognized historical, biblical, and archaeological site, Jewish people are only allowed to visit once a month, in the middle of the night, under the escort of the Israeli military.
We take a look at the history of the Land of Israel starting from the 2nd-century Bar Kochba rebellion until the Muslim conquest in the seventh century.
On this day, Yom HaAatzmaut, (Israel's independence day) we are told how the State of Israel was officially founded in 1948. However, most tend to forget that prior to the official founding of the state, there was a roughly 70 year build-up of the Land and infrastructure of what was to eventually become the modern state of Israel...for the first time in 2000 years.
Jewish repatriates from Russia, Poland, Morocco, Iraq, Tunisia, Bulgaria, Turkey and Yemen came well before the founding of the state---some even at the turn of the 20th century---to participate in the rebuilding of the Land in its modern incarnation.
Yishai Fleisher visits the birthplace of monotheism and the roots of Israel and the Jewish people - Hebron! You will view never-before-seen aerial footage of the Tomb of the Patriarchs and Matriarchs, hear exclusive testimony from one of the only living people to enter the actual Machpela Cave, and walk the same 4,500 year old steps that the biblical Abraham ascended himself.
They call the Jews invaders...when in fact, they themselves invaded Israel from Saudi Arabia, Iraq, Syria and Egypt. We were kicked out by the Romans...only to return en masse 2000 years later.
Erez Ben Saadon of Tura Winery, located in the town of Rehelim, Samaria, explains that the Jewish people are not colonialists in their own land and what his dream is.
Our friend Joshua Wander brings us the reenactment of the Korban Pesach (Pascal Sacrifice) in the Old City of Jerusalem!
Here in Judea and Samaria, the cradle of Jewish civilization, religious and secular alike from far and wide make their homes here and produce products such as:
Chocolate, honey, tea, soap, liquer, cosmetics and pottery. They've partnered up with a company called Lev HaOlam (literally the Heart of the World) to bring their products to the world.
We ask the question: Why are Israelis so argumentative? Is our nature? Is it the Torah? Is the region of the world we reside in?
Meet Amnon, an artist, farmer, winemaker, and baal teshuva Israeli who now lives in Bat Ayin Bet. Bat Ayin Bet, unlike the main town of Bat Ayin, is not recognized by the Israeli government as a legal town. Amnon lives on the very edge of Bat Ayin Bet, in a home he built himself, with his family.