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While confirmands often are children, adults Pamela J. Carlton, Rhonda Trontz-Allen, Deanna Feder, Bryn Biren, and Blanche Ricci dedicated themselves to a special women's project and two years of study leading to their confirmation earlier this month. Comment?
The Rev. Thomas Farrow, pastor of First Baptist Church, 900 College St., Clinton, is among a group of 37 visiting the Holy Land. Comment?
Rabbi Barnea Selevan, an Old City expert and a veteran tour guide in Jerusalem, is excited about a series of archaeological digs in the vicinity of the Western Wall that are peeling back layers of history and illustrating historical events at the center of the Jewish universe. Comment?
Linas Linkevicius, the foreign minister of Lithuania, puts on a yarmulke as he enters the Hall of Remembrances in the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial in Jerusalem on May 19, 2013. Comment?
If you decide to check out the new Dead Sea Scrolls exhibit at the Museum of Science in Boston, make sure you don't touch anything -- some of the artifacts are 3,000 years old. Comment?
Hundreds of thousands of peaceful citizens in China are imprisoned in camps and tortured in the most inhuman ways - and worst of all, their organs are harvested while they are still alive and sold for transplants throughout the world. Comment?
Rachel's Tomb, located in the northern outskirts of Bethlehem, about 400 yards south of Jerusalem, is the third holiest site in Judaism after the Temple Mount and the Tomb of the Patriarchs in Hebron. Comment?
In Saudi Arabia, the public practice of any religion other than Islam is prohibited, and the government enforced restrictions on religious freedom. Comment?
They came from abroad to volunteer for IDF combat service and defend Israel, but now lone soldiers serving in the Paratroop Brigade have been left with a bitter taste in their mouths. Comment?
Joanna O'HanlonAll Chico E-R photos are available here. While we were there last month, my mother and I walked everywhere - even in the old city of Jerusalem - and while sometimes we got lost, both Palestinians and Jews were warm, friendly and helpful to us. Comment?
Constructed to shelter China's people and culture from the outside world, the Great Wall stretches over 4,500 miles and took 2,000 years to construct. Comment?
Whether the Jordanian government likes it or not, the Jordanian-Palestinian agreement and the mood of the people regarding Jerusalem require it to take a new look at the situation in the holy city. Comment?
Imagine that you are walking through the desert -- for 40 years, day after day, week after week. Comment?
The Jerusalem Archaeological Park and Davidson Center, located south of the Western Wall, is widely considered the most important archaeological site in the country aS' the site which perhaps best embodies the destruction of the Temple. Comment?
Two months after the Obama administration released $250 million in aid to Egypt in what Secretary of State John Kerry called "a good-faith effort to spur reform," the country is witnessing a surge of anti-Israel sentiment, much of it stoked by the ruling Muslim Brotherhood. Comment?
The Jerusalem Post points at shortcomings of leading BBC and Associated Press 18:26, 13 May, 2013 YEREVAN, MAY 13, ARMENPRESS: The popular Israeli The Jerusalem Post website defined the mistake of the BBC correspondent and criticized one of the world leaders in the media field Associated Press News Agency. Comment?
Palestinians demonstrate at Al Aqsa mosque following Friday prayers outside the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem's Old City on Friday, May 10. Comment?
It's just before 7 a.m. when I arrive at Kotel Plaza security station to find long lines. Comment?
Behind the Gates intends to shine light on a closed world, the ultra-Orthodox Haredi sect in Israel, and the Jobsite Theater staging of Wendy Graf's play gets off to a promising start, with a marathon monologue by a troubled 17-year-old named Bethany Leiberman. Comment?
STARRY NIGHT: Stars made streaks in the night sky above the Andean volcano Tungurahua in the early morning Friday in Cotalo, Ecuador. Comment?