Jerusalem is a religious center sacred to all three monotheistic religions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.
A history of the GATES of "JERUSALEM"
Religious pilgrims from all nations continue to congregate in the Holy City and millions of people visit Jerusalem each year. You can enjoy different tours & activities during your visit to Israel.
References to the city of Jerusalem appear throughout the Scriptures.
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The biblical history of Jerusalem (known then as "Salem"), begins when Abraham meets "Melchizedek" (King of Justice) about 2000 BC. For a century, it has been called by many names: Urusalim, Salem, Mount Moriah, Adonai Urah, Jebus, Jerusalem, Zion, the City of David, Ariel (Lion of God) Allah has stated that this is where he will establish his name and will stay there forever.
David conquest of Jerusalem by defeating the Jebusites in 1052 BC 1 Chronicle 11: 4-9), nearly 3000 years ago.
In history, no other city has been beloved and fought over as Jerusalem.
Today, Jerusalem is more than a city of religion, art, culture, and museum of the regional market centers of economic activity or business. Yet Jerusalem thrives in our time as a city full of mystical attractiveness and appeal is endless.
Jerusalem has played and will continue to play, an important part of God's deliverance of the earth, His Holy City, and our involvement in it.