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  • The Unification of Yerushalayim and the Desert
    For over a half-century, around the time of Yom Yerushalayim and soon before Shavuot, we get to read Parashat Bamidbar. Let us take a look at the connection between Yerushalayim and the desert.
  • Continuation of the Victory of Moses and Joshua
    What does Jerusalem Day have to do with the war against Amalek on the way to Eretz Yisrael? And how does that teach us that Hasem's hand is behind all that happens to us?
  • Remembering the 6 Day War- Yom Yerushalayim & Declaring New Holidays
    It sounds complicated to declare new holidays, but it's actually not at all. Similarly to allow haircuts and music during the Omer also is simple. Just declaring Hallel with a bracha is more complicated, but an historic return to the forgotten background of the "6 Day War" helps clarify that, as well.
  • Jerusalem Day: Some Stones Are Hearts
    The Western Wall looks simply like a big and menacing block of rocks. One must look with penetrating eyes to sense what it really expresses: the longing of dozens of generations, the prayers of our forefathers and foremothers, and the joy of all those who commemorated their happy occasions there over the course of centuries.
  • A Tale of Two Mountains
    This Shabbat, we find ourselves between two staggering events: the tragedy at Har Meron last Friday, and Yom Yerushalayim this Sunday night and Monday. Two mountains, steeped in Jewish history, associated with the most significant personalities and pathos: Avraham, Yitzchak and Rabbi Shimon bar Yochai.
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    Jerusalem Day's Moral
    A Shiur by Rabbi Zalman Baruch Melamed for Jerusalem day.
  • Y'rushalayim: Uniting Religious-Zionist-Humanist- The 3 Ideologies of Mankind
    When Jerusalem is built in her glory, and even already today, it's the religious, national and universal capitol of Israel. God placed the "checks and balance" system, comprised by this Triumvirate of the king (national leader), Nasi haSenhedrin (religious leader) and Kohen Gadol ("Lover of Peace"- the humanist/universal leader) on one mountain forcing them to unite and work together. Rav Kook analyzes that all human ideologies are either right-wing (natl.), left (humanist), or religious (all the above are religious, but here, in the limited sense), who are all necessary, and also limit each other from going extreme. As long as each stress the positive & compliments the others, and isn't "anti", we will reveal the Unity of God and Israel.
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    Memories and regrets
    The Six Day War brought to the Jewish world a sense of unity and solidarity that since then has never been matched.
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    The Crowns of Jerusalem
    Shiur By Rabbi Zalman Baruch Melamed for jerusalem day
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