JERUSALEM (AP) — Israeli archaeologists on Monday announced the discovery of the first known Roman-era theater in Jerusalem’s Old City, a unique structure around 1,800 years old that abuts the Western Wall and may have been built during Roman Emperor Hadrian’s reign.
You and I and everyone we know must pass through metal detectors at the airport, sports stadium, concert halls, the Vatican, Mecca, the Western Wall, and thousands of other venues.
A security guard waves a wand over congregants as they enter my shul on Shabbat.
Because of IslamoNazi terror, which has spread like a cancer across the globe.
Via: Times of Israel
Hundreds of lavish stone floor tiles believed to have decorated the Second Temple in Jerusalem have been identified in rubble removed from the Temple Mount, archaeologists announced Tuesday.
The bits and pieces of 2,000-year-old marble flooring were found in fill removed from the contested holy site in the late 1990s when the Jerusalem Islamic Waqf, the institution overseeing the al-Aqsa Mosque compound on the Mount, carried out excavations as part of the construction of a subterranean mosque in an area known as Solomon’s Stables.
On Friday, Muslim “worshipers” rioted on the Temple Mount, throwing stones and molotov cocktails at Israeli police. One Israeli was set ablaze.
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