הכותל המערבי <ul><li>Jewish people come to pray at the Kotel and write their wishes on notes. They fold them and put them between the stones, which weigh about two tons each. The Kotel is the western wall of the Temple that the Romans destroyed in the year 69 </li></ul>
כיפת הזהב <ul><li>Kippat Ha-Zahav was built in 679 by the Muslims. There is a rock inside. The legend says that this is the same rock on which Abraham almost sacrificed Isaac to God </li></ul>
גן החיות התנ"כי <ul><li>In the top right picture you see a rare red Panda that is only at the Jerusalem zoo. At the bottom you see the fake ark with elephants riding beside it. Inside the ark is a museum about Noah’s Ark. The deer in the top left is the symbol of the zoo </li></ul>
הסמל של ירושלים <ul><li>The symbol of Jerusalem is a lion to symbolize the strength and power of Jerusalem. In the background there is the Kotel. On the sides there are two olive branches which symbolize the olive branch in the dove’s mouth in Noah’s ark, and they symbolize peace </li></ul>
הכנסת <ul><li>The Knesset is where people make laws and repeal laws. There are 120 members of Knesset </li></ul>
נשיאי ישראל <ul><li>The man at the top is Haim Weizmann, he was the first President of Israel. </li></ul><ul><li>The man at the bottom is Shimon Peres, he is the President of Israel today. </li></ul>
ראשי ממשלה חשובים <ul><li>On the top right is David Ben Gurion, the first Prime Minister of Israel. Under him is Yitzhak Rabin, who was a great leader who started peace with the Palestinians. He was killed by three shots. Next to Ben Gurion is Ariel Sharon, who is now still in hospital for two years. Next to Rabin is Ehud Olmert, who is now the Prime Minister of Israel. Elections will be on February 10 and Israel will have a new Prime Minister. </li></ul>
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