Jerusalem Stone And Spirit
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This is a must-read for anyone who loves, and or is fascinated by the Holy City of Jerusalem.
Jerusalem Stone and Spirit reveals 3000 years of history and art relating to the Holy City. It prevents the spectacular and harrowing history of the city from the days of King David through the 20th century.
This book uses images, illustrations, archaeological artifacts, paintings, and manuscripts to aid readers in a better understanding of Jerusalem’s rich history.
This is an ideal book to have in your home or office. It is a fascinating educational book that will widen your scope and knowledge of the world’s most beautiful, timeless city, Jerusalem.
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  • Page Count: 150
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Mordechai Benita
Mordechai Benita

Mordechai Benita, born in Kfar Sirkin to Victor and Rachel Benita, both Moroccan immigrants, played a pivotal role in guiding youth movements within immigrant camps. He commenced his military service with the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) in 1986 as part of the Sabar Battalion, during the formative years of the Givati Brigade. Mordechai continued to serve in the IDF as a combat officer and now holds the rank of lieutenant colonel in the reserves. Between 2013 and 2018, he assumed the role of a battalion commander and was recognized with awards from the Minister of Defense for his exceptional leadership of the battalion, particularly in 2016.

Following his discharge from active duty in the IDF in 1990, Mordechai pursued further studies at the Rabbi Center Yeshiva, Ma’ale Adumim Yeshiva, and the Meir Institute under the guidance of Rabbi Yehoshua Zuckerman. He has earned a bachelor’s degree in education from Jerusalem College and a master’s degree in law from Reichman University.

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