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Jerusalem [electronic resource]

In this landmark series, New York Times best-selling author Bruce Feiler travels with American pilgrims on six historic routes to Lourdes, Japan, Jerusalem, Mecca, India, and Nigeria-changing how we view our own spiritual journeys. This film follows the trail of pilgrims from the three Abrahamic traditions as they ground their faith in one of the holiest cities on Earth. Christians hike the Jesus Trail in the Galilee and follow the Fourteen Stations of the Cross to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre. Jews spend Sukkot in Jerusalem, praying at the Western Wall and sharing meals under temporary shelters called sukkahs. Muslims pray at the Al-Aqsa Mosque and visit the Dome of the Rock. Locals convey a sense of interfaith cooperation and denominational politics as groups vie for control ov [...]
Online
2015; 2014
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Inside the Israel Museum, Jerusalem [electronic resource]

Visited by a million people every year, the Israel Museum features the most extensive collection of biblical and Holy Land archaeology in the world. Inside the Israel Museum we investigate a heel bone with a nail through it that has the power to change the accepted image of Christ's crucifixion. We open a vault that contains an ancient coin, revealing how a Jewish rebel nearly defeated the mighty Roman Empire. We search for the villainous King Herod, then descend into the tomb of the Virgin Mary to discover why it contains a sacred Muslim symbol. We uncover a secret kept for centuries by the citizens of a seaside Jewish town. And finally, we discover what an ancient amulet has in common with a science fiction character known as Mr. Spock.
Online
2013
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Israel Politics [electronic resource]

Dealing with urban unrest in British-controlled Jerusalem (12/1/38, Jerusalem) and the election of David Ben-Gurion as an independent Israel's first prime minister (2/25/49, Haifa/Tel Aviv/Rehovot, Israel) are the subjects of this video clip.
Online
2012
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Invasion, Invasion, Invasion [electronic resource]

This program examines the impact of Islam on Jerusalem, including the construction of the Dome of the Rock, and the crusaders' attempts to win the city back for Christendom. The video brings to life some often-overlooked personalities whose impact still resonates today, such as Al Hakim and Queen Melisende, as well as Saladin and Richard the Lionheart and their notorious stand-off. Ending in the 13th century, the program also looks at King Frederick II, whose groundbreaking power-sharing deal prefigured the tortuous peace negotiations of our own times.
Online
2011
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Judgment Day [electronic resource]

How did Jerusalem rise again after the devastation of the Crusades? This program explains how the city regained its might, becoming a center of Islamic pilgrimage, an object of rivalry for Europe's Christian nations, the focus of the longing of the Jewish people - and ultimately, the location of one of the world's most intractable conflicts. Starting in the Middle Ages, the video recounts Jerusalem's revival under the Mamluks, its conquest by the Ottomans, how the city came to be prized by the great powers of 19th-century Europe, and the eventual emergence of Zionism.
Online
2011
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Wellspring of Holiness [electronic resource]

Starting with the Canaanites, this program delves into the origins of Jerusalem as a pharaoh-ruled province, then traces its emergence as a holy site for the three Abrahamic faiths. The video discusses the evidence for its having become a Jewish city under King David, explores the construction of the first temple by Solomon, and concludes in the 7th century AD - the eve of the capture of Jerusalem by the Muslim caliph, Umar ibn al-Khattab. Along the way, the program looks at the ministry of Jesus Christ and the eventual expulsion of the Jews by the Romans.
Online
2011
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Holy Lands 1 - Jerusalem and the West Bank [electronic resource]: Globe Trekker

This Globe Trekker episode follows Zay Harding's trip to the Holy Lands, where he explores the religious and historical sites and the political tensions between Israel and Palestine. In the ancient city of Jerusalem he visits the iconic Dome of The Rock, the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, and the Western Wall, gets a lesson in orthodox Judaism, and walks through one of the oldest cemeteries in the world. Zay then takes a local bus past separation walls and military check points to the Palestinian West Bank and the bustling city of Ramallah. He visits the father of the Palestinian Liberation Movement, Yasser Arafat's tomb and chats with some of the locals before checking out the extraordinary graffiti along its separation wall. To end his journey Zay travels to the lowest place on eart [...]
Online
2010
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British Army Captures Jerusalem ca. 1917

Following two failed offenses on Jerusalem (the First and Second Battle of Gaza) in 1917, General Edward Allenby assumed command of British forces in the Middle East. Known as a brilliant military strategist, Allenby began his assault on the Turkish army stationed in Jerusalem on October 31, 1917. After conquering Jerusalem on December 7, Allenby was forced to send many of his troops to the Western Front, though he continued to participate in raids against the Turkish army and their transportation lines.
Online
2007; 1917
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Holy Week in Jerusalem [electronic resource]

In this novel approach to understanding the supporting characters of the Easter story, a drama workshop is set up to reenact the events of Holy Week. In order to portray their characters, not as legends or according to 2,000-year-old stereotypes, but as human beings whom we need to understand, the actors discuss the character, motivation, and feelings of the people involved in and affected by the death and resurrection of Jesus. As they explore the nature, depth, and relevance of the Easter story through the eyes of Mary Magdalene, Mary the mother of Jesus, Judas Iscariot, Pontius Pilate, Caiaphas, Thomas, and Simon Peter, they provide a useful stimulus for exploring the central implications of the Christian faith.
Online
1991
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The WPA Film Library [electronic resource]: Changes to Mosques in Jerusalem, 1967

Israeli Arabs pray in Mosques in Jerusalem. The Mosques are opened to all faiths, previously Jordan barred Israelis of all faiths from the Old City
Online
1967