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Jerusalem: City Between Religions - Sites of the World's Cultures
Jerusalem: City Between Religions - Sites of the World's Cultures


 
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Item #: D4711
Our Price: $19.99
Region: 1
Running Time: 60 minutes
Color: Color
UPC: 032031471191
ISBN: 978-0-7697-9082-4


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Jerusalem is a holy city, not only for Jews but also for Christians and Muslims. Since time immemorial, each of the three great monotheistic religions has claimed the city as its own. Long-lasting, bloodthirsty conflicts were the result. Jerusalem, a bone of contention for over 2000 years. Now more than ever.

Without its pre-eminent significance for these religions, Jerusalem would be merely one among a hundred other desert cities - interchangeable, unimportant.

This film by Georg Graffe draws a portrait of a city for which Judaism, Christianity and Islam have been both a blessing and a curse.


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