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Municipal Jerusalem Site

Gush Shalom's "Our Jerusalem" Page
An Arab-Israeli peace organization promoting a unified Jerusalem that is the capital of two states. The site proclaims, "Jerusalem is ours, Israelis and Palestinians--Muslims, Christians, and Jews."

The History Channel's Jerusalem Exhibit: Three Religions, One Holy City
  • Jerusalem Timeline
  • Jerusalem and Judaism
  • Jerusalem and Islam
  • Jerusalem and Christianity

    CNN's Camp David 2000 Feature
    Includes an "Issues" section, with summaries of the Israeli and Palestinian positions on Jerusalem

    Jerusalem Post Supplement
    Special feature on how Jerusalem residents feel about the division of the Old City

    Palestinian National Authority Site

    Israeli Government Site

    Jewish:
    Kotel Kam
    Updated every few seconds, this site allows users to view prayers, celebrations, and ceremonies taking place at the Western Wall, Judaism's holiest site.

    Jerusalem: Why Does It Matter?
    An essay from Aish HaTorah, a network of Jewish educational centers

    Aish HaTorah's Tisha B'Av Feature
    An explanation of the holiday that commemorates the destruction of the Temple in Jerusalem and other disasters in Jewish history

    Jerusalem Center for Public Affairs
    "Jerusalem in International Diplomacy," a detailed article about the positions of the principal parties on the Jerusalem question. By Dore Gold, former Israeli ambassador to the United Nations

    Jerusalem of Gold
    A site dedicated to the popular song

    Psalm 137
    Text of the Psalm that includes the famous line, "If I forget thee, o Jerusalem..."

    History Channel: Jerusalem and Judaism

    Zionist Organization of America
    The organization's press release on the status of Jerusalem, entitled, "Why All of Jerusalem Is Ours."

    Still Fighting for Jerusalem
    An article by Ariel Sharon, Likud Party leader and former foreign minister of Israel

    Americans for Peace Now
    A leading U.S. advocate for peace in the Middle East. The American arm of the Israeli organization Peace Now

    Muslim:
    The Dome of the Rock
    A history and introduction to the third holiest site in Islam, located on Jerusalem's Temple Mount

    The Dome of the Rock: An Atypical Mosque
    Background on the Dome of the Rock and explanation of its architecture

    A Muslim Pilgrimage in Jerusalem
    Click on the interactive map to learn more about Muslim holy sites, including the Temple Mount, al-Aqsa mosque, and the Dome of the Rock.

    Significance of Jerusalem in Islam
    Information from American Muslims for Jerusalem

    Jerusalemites
    Site with many articles about how Palestinians, both Muslim and Christian, feel about Jerusalem. The mission statement notes, "Jerusalem is the embodiment and symbol of Palestine. Therefore, when speaking about Jerusalem it applies to Palestine as a whole." The site invites users to share what Jerusalem means to them in the ongoing forum.

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