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Tearing The Line - Works by Leon Polk Smith

Written by Lonnie Monka

Flipping a page of a book too forcefully, someone may unintentionally tear it. As a page approaches losing its status as a single unit, it calls out to be fixed. 545 more words

Contemporary Art

A Covenanted People

Greetings, everyone! The last few Thursday Theology posts have been pretty heavy, so I thought I’d lighten things up today with a bit of poetry. I suppose this post is still theological in nature, depending on how you look at it. 221 more words


Germany says every state can name capital, but not Jerusalem / Alemania dice que cada estado puede nombrar su capital, pero no a Jerusalem

y RAPHAEL AHREN Today, 3:00 pm 16

Replying to far-right MP’s query, Berlin argues that Israel’s 1980 declaration of the united city as its capital violated international law… 883 more words


Anti-Semitic Wagner letter sells in Jerusalem for $34,000

Source: BBC News

A letter written by Hitler’s favourite composer Richard Wagner warning about “corrosive” Jewish influence on culture has been auctioned in Jerusalem.

The letter sold for $34,000 (£24,000). 66 more words

The Muslim Times

Jerusalem to Mecca - Did Allah Change His Mind?

Did Allah change his mind?
If not, why Qibla changed from Petra to Mecca?
What was the reason?

A = Arina
C = A Christian…

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Regarding ceremonies

If I really think about it, I have never really been to a real ceremony before coming here. Graduation ceremonies, wedding ceremonies, awards ceremonies, okay sure, but never a commemorative ceremony. 837 more words

Chloe's Stuff


These city walls, built by the Ottoman sultan Suleiman the Magnificent in the 16th century, are only the latest fortifications to protect our mystery city. The city and its walls were destroyed in 587BCE during the Babylonian siege and much of the population was deported to Babylon. 151 more words

Name That Country Quiz