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Reflections on Yom Yerushalayim

Jerusalem was always a unified city, except when it was occupied by the Jordanians between 1948-1967. For those 19 years, Jews were not allowed in live, or even visit, the Old City of Jerusalem or the Western Wall of the Temple Mount! In June 1967, Israel won the miraculous 6 day war and the city of Jerusalem was returned to its natural state as the unified city it always was. Tomorrow is the day, 46 years ago, that we unified this special city of ours!

Watch these special videos to connect with this miraculous day 46 years ago and connect with the holiest city in the world for over 3,000 years!

Reflections on Yom Yerushalayim

Click here to watch: Reflections on Yom Yerushalayim

Be inspired by Jerusalem! Watch and enjoy this fascinating video that includes six day war footage and important Rabbinic insights about Jerusalem

Jerusalem Day Flag Dance

Click here to watch: Jerusalem Day Flag Dance

Awesome!!! Check out the spiritual festivities on the streets of Jerusalem during Jerusalem Day! If you haven’t been here to see this in person, then plan one day to do so! There is such excitement and electricity in the city!

 

About Anni Orekh

Anni Orekh (which translated from Hebrew means: I m an editor (Publisher) it is the online pen-name of author and Managing Director of MD Enterprises.

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