Beit Wittenberg is the Key to Jerusalem

When walking down Hagai Street these days, the tension is palpable. Most people see the area as historically Muslim, but Hagai Street running North South to Sha'ar Shechem (Damascus Gate) had bustling Jewish po...

Musrara: Battleground Jerusalem

In this edition of Build Jerusalem's Weekly Podcast, David Mark speaks to Build Jerusalem's Director of Operations Shai Atanelov about life on Jerusalem's front lines....

Rechov HaGai: Changing the Facts on the Ground

With all of the pain and sadness of the last few days some good is coming from it.  Jews of all backgrounds danced the <strong>Second Hakafot</strong> in the square where two Jewish souls were cut d...

Great News from Kfar HaTeimanim

Very early Thursday morning...a few hours ago (TO AVOID UNNECESSARY FRICTION WITH SOME OF THE LOCAL ARABS DURING THE DAY) Jewish families and Yeshiva students entered a large premises, which is located in the old Yemenite Hekdesh in the Shiloach, on the slopes...

The Revolution Can Come At Any Moment

Revolutions come when a populace has lost the ability to make necessary change through ordinary means. Israelis from all spectrums of society feel they live in a country that has gone mad.  Prices are too high,...

In State We Trust

“He who controls the past controls the future. He who controls the present controls the past.” ― George Orwell, 1984 When the Palmach fighters won control of the State from the Irgun and Lehi, a white washi...

Building In Jerusalem is Key to Our Survival

Why is Jerusalem such a conflicted place when it comes to our national direction?  There is this feeling and has been since 1967 that if we just give on something then we will reach acceptance with our neighbors and the world.  Of course we know this is not th...