Rabbi Yoḥanan, COVID-19, and the Arab spring.
A video tour.
The coins are the clue.
Religious observance on the fringes of Judea.
Last seen in Jerusalem.
Originally, the kindling of lights was not part of the holiday.
Elaborate Roman-style tiles.
“Jerusalem was the force that provided us with stamina during the arduous trek through the desert.”
For some time, Jews assumed it would be rebuilt imminently.
A mikveh provides proof.
And its reference to the book of Zechariah.
At the instigation of a 16th-century sultan.