The U.S. doesn’t need two missions in one city.
Should Israel’s capital be the only one in the world with both a U.S. embassy and a consulate?
A First Temple-era luxury.
“Let the stones speak for themselves.”
Muriel Spark in Jerusalem.
Jordan shelled West Jerusalem—and somehow Arabs were the real victims?
The problem may not be what the Israeli government is doing, but what it isn’t.
Growing up in a village that would one day make aliyah.
It opens new possibilities for dating artifacts in Jerusalem.
Once again, Israel is being treated like no other nation.
Jerusalem’s former mayor joins us to discuss the lessons he learned during his ten years in office.
A consulate with a long history and a troubling future.
Built in the 8th or 7th century BCE.
Even in Roman times, a very Jewish city.