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Mitspe Hamasuot Comes to Life Hosting the 2018 Jerusalem March

 

Mitspe Hamasuot, located at the spot where Mount Scopus meets the Mount of Olives. A magical Jerusalem spot with breathtaking views of the Judean Desert, Jordan Valley and the Moabite mountains and on the other hand onto historic Jerusalem and the ever-changing modern skyline....a view that demonstrates both the glorious past and the promising future of Jerusalem. This is the spot from which torch relays were kindled to inform the masses of new months and holidays. This is the battlefield on which the Paratroopers fought in 1967 and in which Giora Ashkenazi, commander of Hanan Porat, gave his life for Jerusalem. The Mitspe Hamasuot center is a shady nature grove with a lookout platform, an exhibit hall with a gallery of 19th century Jerusalem paintings and an auditorium for lectures and video screenings. On Succot 2018, about 4,000 people visited the Mitspe which served as the launching point of the Jerusalem Municipality's annual "Jerusalem March". We hosted people from all over the country. We'd love to host you as well...

City of Jerusalem Plans Promenade on Mount of Olives

Jerusalem development projects for Mount of Olives move forward as city submits plans for promenade....

Photo Credit: Via Haaretz - Ammar Awad - Reuters


Celebrating the American Declaration on Jerusalem


Ma'alot Hanan Porat

Another step in the development of normative Jewish life atop the Mount of Olives Ridge in historic Jerusalem: A new road gets its name: Ma'alot Hanan Porat, the street that leads to Beit Orot. With thanks to Jerusalem City Councilman Aryeh King.

 

   

 


'Moskowitz was a proud Jew and an ardent Zionist'

Beit Orot Executive Director reads letter by Prime Minister Netanyahu at funeral of Dr. Irving Moskowitz.


Caroline Glick Keynote Address

Jerusalem Post columnist Caroline Glick delivered the Keynote Address before a crowd of over 400 people at the Beit Orot Annual Dinner on Wednesday evening, January 6, 2016 held at the Crowne Plaza Times Square in New York.

 


Register Online for an East Yerushalayim Tour!

If you enjoyed visiting the Kotel Tunnels and Ir David then don't miss the rest of Yerushalayim. Be sure to get the whole picture by taking a tour with Beit Orot. Come meet the pioneering young families on Har Hazeitim  . . .



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