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April 01, 1977 - Image 5

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1977-04-01

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Jerusalem Quiz



A quiz testing your knowledge about
Jerusalem has been prepared by Tamar
Grand and Dr. A.P. Gannes in obser-
vance of the 10th anniversary of the
reunification of Jerusalem. This fea-
ture has been prepared for the member
papers of the American Jewish Press
Association by the Department of Edu-
cation and Hebrew Culture of the
American Section of the World Zionist

1. Name the authors of two of the following books:
A) "A Beggar in Jerusalem"
b) "The Mountain of the Lord"
c) "Jerusalem Revealed"
d) "Jerusalem. Sacred City of Mankind - A History
of Forty Centuries"
2. In the Middle Ages (and even in modem times)
when violence broke out against Jews. the expression HEP
was used. What does it mean?
3. What monument in Rome was erected in ancient
times to mark the destruction of Jerusalem?
4. What figures and symbols does this monument have
on it?
5. What is the Jewish tradition concerning this mon-
6. Name the shrines holy to Moslems which are lo-
cated on the Temple Mount.
7. According to the Moslem faith, who ascended to
heaven from the rock inside the Mosque of Omar?
8. What is the name of the silver-domed mosque fac-
ing the Mosque of Omar?
9. Near the El Aqsa mosque, there is an underground
area once used as stables. What is this area called?
10. What is the Moslem day of rest when their shops •
are closed in the Old City?
11. Who administers the Holy Places in Jerusalem?
12. What was the decision of the League of Nations con-
cerning Palestine?
13. The 1947 UN Partition Resolution gave Jerusalem
a special status. What was it? Was it accepted?
14. Were Jews permitted to worship at the Wall during
the period of the Mandate?
15. In the years 1948 to 1967, Jews were not permitted
to worship at the Wall. Why?
- 16. When did Israeli troops capture the Old City and
reunify Jerusalem?
17. What was the name of the war that made this
reunification possible?
18. After the reunification of Jerusalem, are Moslems
and Christians free to worship at their holy places?
19. What famous artist designed the stained-glass
murals for the synagogue of the Hadassah Medical Cen-
20. What do these stained-glass windows depict?
21. What research center in Jerusalem is named for
an American President? Where is it located
22. Name the American Zionist 'organization respon-
sible for establishing a medical center in conjunction with
the Hebrew University.

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Quiz Answers

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