March 11th,

March 11th, 2009 at Hotel The famous hotel chain Hilton Hotels Corp., owned by Blackstone Group LP, has given these days to know his new project, the creation of a new hotel chain called: Hotels Denizen. This new hotel chain aims to have guests from around the world with high economico.El awaited announcement comes at a time when many luxury hotels and resorts are now engaged in a serious crisis due to a reduction by many companies too frivolous spending.


The Israeli

The Israeli Supreme Court’s creation of one of the elite families: the Rothschilds. In its negotiations with Israel, agreed to donate the building under three conditions: the Rothschilds would choose the piece of land, use their own architect and nobody will know the cost of the construction. The reasons for these conditions are quite clear: the building of the Supreme Court is a Religious Masonic Temple built by the elite for the elite. Built in 1992, the Supreme Court of Israel is in Jerusalem before the Knesset (Israeli parliament).


On the Hebrew Section – Old Testament (OT)

“In my Linguistic research related to the Hebrew Bible and translations, I often refer to the English edition of which is known as the New World Translation. In doing so, repeatedly confirmed my impression that this work reflects a honest effort to reach an understanding of the text as accurately as possible. It gives evidence of extensive original language proficiency and pour the original words into another language easy to understand way and without deviating unnecessarily from the specific structure of Hebrew. ( ‘) A declaration in a language allows some room for interpretation or translation, so the Linguistic solution in any given case may be subject to debate. But I’ve never discovered the New World Translation any biased intent to read something that the text he says. “
Benjamin Kedar (professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
Regarding critics express the same author:
“Several years ago acknowledged the call of the New World Translation among several versions of the Bible in articles dealing with purely philological questions (like how to pour the causative participle hiphil hotel). In the course of my comparative studies find the NWT quite illuminating: it gives evidence of an acute understanding of the structural characteristics of Hebrew as well as an honest effort to shed these so faithful in the target language. A translation is bound to be a compromise, and as such, its details are subject to critica this also applies to the NWT. But in the portion corresponding to the Hebrew Bible, I have never found a translation so obviously erroneous that may have its explanation in a dogmatic prejudice. For the antagonists of the Watchtower Bible that come to my to clarify my views, I have asked repeatedly to name specific verses for consideration again, but either do not have, or the verses mentioned (eg Genesis 4:13, 6:3 10:9, 15:5, 18:20 etc.) did not prove its assertion that it is a biased translation. “
Benjamin Kedar (professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem)
In a personal letter dated 23 April 1995, the professor, Dr. Kedar says that is a declared agnostic also add that he has not studied carefully and deeply translation of the New World and that even his colleagues in Germany have warned that the New Testament translation is flawed suspicious, so his testimony in favor of it can not be taken as absolute. Needless to add that he is a professor at the University of Haifa. Likewise, states that it is sympathetic to the Jehovah’s Witnesses, and their positive comments (which does not retract) only refer to the Hebrew Scriptures or Old Testament, but this does not mean that it has carefully analyzed each and every one of the verses.


Hegesippus of Jerusalem

Hegesippus of Jerusalem (d. Jerusalem, ca. 180) is an early Christian writer, considered the first historian of the Church.
Lived 20 years in Rome during the pontificate of Pope Aniceto and Eleuterio, faced the Gnostic theory that emerged within the Church. The Tradition indicates that in the course of his travels visited the major Christian centers of the West and East and noted with great satisfaction that all heresies came from individuals, but that none of the churches and episcopal sees had fallen into error.
In the year 177 came to Jerusalem where he died an old man. Within the Catholic Church is considered the father of church history because it published the first list of Roman bishops from Peter to Simon Aniceto. Only a few chapters are preserved of the five books of the History of the Church that wrote and extending from the Passion of Christ until the time of the author.


In the eleventh

In the eleventh century BC C. Jewish King David conquered the city of Jebus, Jebusites bastion of the people, who inhabited one of Canaan. The bastion was fortified with strong walls around him. King David was built here and renamed Ir David (City of David). This place is actually situated southwest of the present Old City and is called Ophel Hill. It was discovered and excavated by the Palestine Exploration Fund between 1923 and 1925.
The son of David, Solomon, extended the construction of walls and besides building the temple that bears his name. The city was renamed Go Salomon (Salomon City) named in the Bible, Jerusalem. On the death of Solomon to 962 BC happened a split in the Jewish people and formed into two states: Israel, Samaria and Judah capital, capital Jerusalem.
The city resisted through the years the attacks of their powerful neighbors, as well as through various stages of allegiance to the year 587 BC C. during the reign of the last king of Judah, Zedekiah, when it was conquered and destroyed by King Nebuchadnezzar II. The kingdom of Judah it became a province of the Empire Babylonian or Chaldean Empire and most of the Jewish ruling class would be sent into exile in Babylon.
In the year 530 BC C. The Persian king Cyrus the Great conquered the Babylonian empire and allowed the return of deported Jewish communities, the province of Judah, these returned to Jerusalem and rebuild the city and the Temple of Solomon.
In 332 BC C. Alexander the Great conquered the Persian Empire and the city suffered destruction. At Alexander’s death, Judah or Judea, and Jerusalem became part of the Seleucid Empire, which in turn would be annexed to the Roman Empire, 64 BC C. by the Roman general Pompey, after defeating the Empire. Jerusalem suffered the siege and the Roman conquest, with the destruction of its walls and the annexation to the Roman Empire.
The city of Jerusalem was recovered during the tenure of General Marcus Agrippa Vipsanius, who ordered the construction of a new wall called the Third Wall, the city remained under the administration of a religious elite, the Ammonites, when there was a Jewish revolt that involves new the Roman siege of Jerusalem and the taking and destruction of the city the year 70. B.C. by the Roman general Titus.
The year 21 BC King Herod the Great restored the city and the Temple, still standing there a part called the Wailing Wall, of great importance in the Jewish religion.
Around the year 135, Emperor Hadrian decided to rebuild the city with the name of Aelia Capitolina, which led a new revolt among the Jews, which ended in 135 with the Roman victory and the expulsion and exile of most of the Jewish people, known as the Diaspora. The territory of Judea became the Roman province of Syria-Palestine or Palestine.
The fate of Jerusalem remained linked to successive conquests and conflicts, as part of the Eastern Roman Empire or Byzantine Empire, within which was one of the four venues of religious doctrine of Christianity, along with Constantinople, Antioch and Alexandria.
AD 326, Emperor Constantine the Great command to lift the Church of the Holy Sepulcher, which became one of the main religious sites of Christianity.
The year 614 the Sassanid Empire conquered the city, rigiendola until the year 638, being displaced by the Muslim expansion that I am the incorporated city of Damascus the Umayyad Caliphate, the Abbasid caliphate and the Ottoman Empire on.
Between the years 687 and 691 are built the Dome of the Rock. In 710 was finished erecting the Al-Aqsa Mosque. Both temples are important religious points of the Muslim religion.
In 1095 Pope Urban II preached at the Council of Clermont led the First Crusade to conquer Jerusalem from the Muslims. The French nobleman Godfrey of Bouillon achieving this task and then carry out a slaughter conquered the city and created the Kingdom of Jerusalem which was his brother Baudouin I, the first representative with the title of King of Jerusalem. During the following years the presence of the Christian military orders in the city was intermittent, alternating with the presence of Muslim troops, among whom he distinguished Saladin, who besieged and finally conquered the city in 1244.
The walls of Jerusalem were destroyed and rebuilt many times. The existing walls were built in 1538 by the Ottoman Sultan Soliman the Magnificent and continued under Ottoman rule until the end of the First World War.
The walls have an approximate area of 4.5 km and its height varies between 5 and 15 m with a thickness of 3 m.


Image of Santa

Image of Santa Maria de la Piscina
The Ramiro Sanchez de Navarre’s son Sancho IV, participated in the First Crusade to conquer the Holy Land, Jerusalem by attacking Probatica Pit. On his return brought a chip belonging to the true cross where Christ was hanged, in addition to an image of the Virgin Mary supposedly carved by St. Luke the Apostle. Organize a kind of knighthood called The domestic currency and the Monastery of San Pedro de Cardena. In his will made in Gardena on 13 November 1110, the request for leave to be built a shrine to worship the Virgin and the splinter of the Holy Land, accompanied by a currency of the Kings of Navarre. So his son Sancho Ramirez (which would be the first patron of the Currency) and the Abbot of Peter Cardena Virila ordered its construction in the location of which had been inherited by Sancho next to the Lordship of Pe acerrada and Montoria, being completed in 1136 and being consecrated on August 1, 1137 by Sancho de Funes, bishop of Calahorra.
The name was given in honor of the pool probative of the temple of Jerusalem.
In the spirit of which had their own funds to cover its expenses, Sancho Ramirez in his consecration endowed with several houses and estates of Pe acerrada and Montoria, constituted in parish baptismal font and parishioners became the inhabitants of the area around it so that on them to do justice and you, as well that they give tithes to the new parish of St. Martin, which would result in large lawsuits between the locals and the currency, until at last these people became part Pe acerrada the parish.
Coat of arms of currency.
Around 1530 was placed on the front door of the south a huge coat of arms of currency.
View southwest of the shrine.
Father Risco on one of his visits, he found a niche that was under the stone that served as the altar table, a wooden box containing a parchment cartulary which said:
Consacrata hoec est ecclesia Sancti Callgurrensis sive Nagerensi episcopo in honore Sanctae Mariae Virginis, et Sanctae Crucis, Sancti Joannis, Sancti Thome Apostoli, et Sancti Luiani, et Sancti Georgi, et Sanctorum caresses et Julitoo, et Sancti Christophori, et Sancti Emiliani, et Sanctae Eufemiae, et Sancti Salvatoris, et omnium sanctorum. In MCLXXV was kalendis Augusti
Next to the parchment had dust and bones in tight with straps that read:
Sanctae Mariae, Sancti Joannis, Christophori Sancti, Sancti Georgi, Sancti Thome, Sancti caresses, Juliani, Sancti Sebastiani, Sanctae Eufemiae, Salvatoris Sancti, Sancti Crucis, Sancti Juliani, Sancti Jacobi
Risco as when Father made this discovery and the chapel was in ruins, the ship’s tank and relics beneath the altar of the high altar of the parish of St. Martin Pecina .
It was restored in 1975 for being in ruins, to reorganize the Currency, Solar and Casa Real de la Piscina. Following this, between the years 1976 to 1978 he conducted excavations in the surrounding area, which led to the discovery of the necropolis and other relics of an existing town in the area, inhabited between the tenth and fourteenth and serious suspected abandoned the Castilian Civil War, they moved their residents to the area where the village is currently Pecina, whose name derives from swimming.
In 2008, a replica of the blessed Virgin newly installed in the chapel, conducted by the artisan of San Vicente Javier Pangua .



For other uses, see Bethlehem (disambiguation).
Belen “hometown of David” (Arabic” ”” (La’m Bayt) “house of meat” Hebrew” ”” (le’em Bet / Bet la’em, Tiberian Be ‘you ‘em / Be’ l”em “house of bread” Beth Lahamu Canaanites “Lahamu house of God”) is a town south of Jerusalem (about 9 miles south), located in the Judean Hills, in West Bank. It is currently administered by the Palestinian Authority. Its geographical coordinates are: 31A 42 ‘N 35 12′ E. Its population is around 30,000 inhabitants, most of whom are Christians.
The city has great significance for all Christians and Muslims to be the birthplace of Jesus of Nazareth according to the gospels of Luke and Matthew. The Israeli government has surrounded the city walls and steps of control, this has provoked a great decrease in tourism.


To the

To the Abbey of Hailes, in his time an important center of pilgrimage, is now a romantic ruin precious. He sits in the shadow of the Cotswolds, and is one of the main attractions of the region of Gloucestershire. It was founded around 1246, one of the last which Henry VIII disbanded back in 1539. During its 300 years of history, Hailes Abbey was an important center of pilgrimage. It was a vial in which they believed kept the drops of blood of Christ. Thousands of faithful devotees traveled here to see the sacred relics on display in a shrine built alongside the main church.


Followers of

Followers of Jesus for nearly 2 000 years, the native Christians begin to disappear from the land where their faith was born. Lebanon in the east of Beirut, Christians infantry soldiers have planted religious symbols as a warning to neighboring Shiite militias. Photo by Ed Kashi Easter in Jerusalem is not for the faint of heart. The Old Town, irascible and chaotic in its quietest epochs, completely lost his temper in the days preceding the holiday, when tens of thousands of Christians around the world converge on it as conquering hordes marching through the narrow streets and ancient alleys of the Via Dolorosa.