Jerusalem - Western Wall live camJerusalem, view over the Western Wall and Temple Mount from Simcha Hall at the Kotel

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    • 1 week ago
    • Nora

    %arcThank you so much. I truly appreciate your effort to help me. Maybe one day by some miracle (hopefully soon), I will encounter some busy body who will fill me in. I have a friend who through the internet finds people from all over who she hasn't seen in decades; I can't find even one (live) person. I definitely need to do better.

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    • 1 week ago
    • %arc

    @Nora, You're most welcome, but before 1990 means in the first AntiFada, before the stupid Oslo agreement and before..., before..., before.... so much more that change de face at atmosphere of Israel and more particularly the wester wall (Kotel) and Jerusalem itself, without a proper name or address it is almost impossible to know what became of the place and his owner, with proper name and address I could have tried asking to some friends I still have there but the information you provide is way to short, sorry
    God Bless

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • Nora

    %arc I went to the website you gave me; it's a lovely place with delicious food but I went to a coffee shop that faces away from the city wall near the New Gate which if I remember correctly is to the northwest of this location.

  • avatar
    • 2 weeks ago
    • Nora

    %arc Thank you, very much. It means A LOT to me. I may have the wrong coffee shop. I went there right after high school before 1990 and the waiter was an Arab guy. I actually wanted to make contact with him (taking for granted that the place was family-owned) to inquire about the well-being of a person I met there whose name I was too stupid to ask (which would have made things a lot easier) but that he knows very well. No one seems to want to give me the time of my day (even though it is my fault). I feel bad really bad that the last three people I asked about all turned about to be deceased (from another part of the world). It hits me very hard because even what became of my father is unknown to me and I have never been able to tell my son whether his grandfather is living or not because I have hit nothing but dead ends. Thank you again because it means a lot to me that someone has tried to help me.

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • Janet

    What celebration is taking place this evening?

  • avatar
    • 2 weeks ago
    • %arc

    @Nora, you'll have all information on the owner website www.simchahall.com, you ask if they are muslim or Christians, have you thought they may be also Jewish, you know... that is the Jewish land and one the most holiest place ... the chef cook is definitely a Jewish woman...

  • avatar
    • 2 weeks ago
    • %arc

    25 minutes ago, AGAIN muslim terrorist attack near by one of the old gates and shoot dead 2 people and wonded several others... God bless the soldiers whom fast stop them.

  • avatar
    • 2 weeks ago
    • Nora

    Who owns the coffee shop or restaurant facing away from the city wall towards the street that is near the New Gate? Are they Christians or Muslims? Do the Muslims go there? Sorry, it's been a lot of years and I don't remember the name of the place. I would like to get in contact with one of the owners if possible.

  • avatar
    • 3 weeks ago
    • DavidSolomon Budi M.

    Shabbat special 7-7-2017 (5777 years hebrew) Baruch Hashem, Adonai.
    Thank you Father God, Jesus and Holy Spirit.
    Praise God, His love endures forever.

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    • 4 weeks ago
    • Michael

    On second thought, if you look to the far right, there is a roof visible on top of the Temple Mount and that may below to the Al Aqsa Mosque (at night it is lit up). You can see how far apart the two structures are from this great camera view.

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    • 4 weeks ago
    • Michael

    @arc....Sorry: Dome of the Rock opened 691AD & Al-Aqsa 705AD

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    • 4 weeks ago
    • Michael

    @arc, The Al-Aqsa Mosque is not the building with the golden dome on top of it. That is the Dome of Rock finished in the early 8th century atop the place believed by Muslims where their prophet landed during his "night journey" (it is also over the place of the "Holy of Holies" where the Jewish Temple held the Ark of the Covenant over the place where Abraham almost sacrificed his son Isaac to prove his love and fidelity to God. Al-Aqsa mosque is actually off to the side of the Temple Mount unseen by this webcam.

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    • 1 month ago
    • Janey

    Hi Gwynn -- Sorry to be so long responding! Camera was not working for me this evening. I love watching, but get busy around the house and just forget until I sit down. Have not been here in a while :)

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    • 1 month ago
    • Barbara

    %arc And what is holy for the Jews is, more often than not, holy for the Christians, too. We share the same Book, only ours is a bit longer. Have a lovely Sunday everyone!