(@jerusalemthroughoureyes)

We are back!!!
All it took was a view like this to remind us why we started this account. An outside view of the #old #city of #Jerusalem from the roof top of Paulus Haus Guesthouse. There is always what to see in this city. #jerusalemthroughoureyes #jerusalem #theoldcityofjerusalem #damascusgate #walls #archeticture #history #palestine #القدس #البلدة_القديمة #مدينتي #اسوار #ادراج #قبب #كنائس #مآذن

Sarah Perle (@sarahperlette)

We all have a relatively unstable ex that we fear to see at a party or in the street. The kind of person you know is wonderful... but is also so bad for you... well... for me that's Jerusalem. #jerusalem #lovehaterelationship #holycity

Elichai Kadosh (@elichaikadosh)

מעט מן האור דוחה הרבה מן החושך
#ביתכנסת #החורבה #lightpestival #jerusalem

WorldStar Islam (@worldstarislam)

As the number of people and organisations being placed on the list of “terrorists” by the anti-Qatar #Saudi-led alliance continues to grow, a Saudi scholar has tweeted sarcastically that, “Supplication [#Dua] for the people of #Gaza may soon be classified as terrorism”. The sheikh used the hashtag #Gaza_under_attack on Twitter. His tweet has sparked a spat between Islamic scholars in the kingdom following the demand by Saudi Foreign Minister Adel Al-Jubeir that #Qatar should stop its support for #Hamas in Gaza.

Those opposing the message from Sheikh Adel Al-Kalbani accuse people who pray for Gaza of being pro-#Muslim Brotherhood and of opposing the Saudi regime. Sheikh Hassan Al-Qarni, for example, commented: “Stand with your country and do not whisper or speak against it. Your Brotherhood tendencies might get you in trouble.” Al-Kalbani responded by saying, “You will need to prove my Brotherhood tendencies before the Supreme Judge, #Allah.” Other messages against the Saudi move to target the #Palestinian resistance movement have been both sectarian and racist in nature, revealing the depth of feeling that the issue has caused and exposing the dangers of social media as a tool for hurling unacceptable abuse and insults.

Writing from Gaza itself, however, one Twitter user said, “#God bless these tweets and those writing them.” Another prayed, “May Allah help our brothers in Gaza and may Allah be with those who are afraid of praying for them.” Yet another said, “Now whoever stands with his brothers against the Israelis, even through prayer, is a pro-Brotherhood political opponent. All that’s left now is to say that whoever says Shahada [the Islamic proclamation of faith] is not a Muslim. #God help us.” The #Hebrew-language newspaper Maariv has called the crisis in the #Gulf States an “unprecedented opportunity” for Israel because it harms Hamas and weakens the resistance. According to the #Jerusalem Post, “the crisis is harming Hamas” and “paves the way for close ties between #Israel on the one hand and #SaudiArabia and the other Gulf countries and #Egypt on the other.” CONTINUE READING 👇👇👇

(@mamalana13)

Ох мужчины,куда же мне от вас спрятаться..?))) #водворе #гуляем #солнце #лето #детвора #україна #jerusalem

michal2010 (@michal2010)

עליתי מדרגה #jerusalem

POE POLANCO (@poepolanco)

Sentado ante tu inmensidad y tú energía, no sé si realmente son las calles de forma exacta en las que caminaste, sufriste, moriste y resucitaste, lo que si se es que la conexión espiritual existe y algo muy poderoso se mantiene en este lugar, bendice al mundo, bendice al que no cree, bendice al que te necesita pero por sobre toda las cosas no dejes de creer en nosotros 🙏🏽 .... #jerusalem #israel #santosepulcro #viadolorosa #venezuela 🇻🇪

emma mcbride (@mcbridemma)

I am so grateful for His love, His mercy, His life and most importantly His atonement. He is Risen! #happyeaster

Jαkє Cαѕtrσ (@jakecastrojc)

Como decimos nosotros "camellando" en Israel 🇮🇱 🐫🔥 #Jerusalem #Israel #GirlPowerTour
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