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      Basic Law: Jerusalem, Capital of Israel: Establishing a united Jerusalem as the seat of government and protecting the city’s holy places, this law sparked international protest. Israel State Archives
      Telegram from Prime Minister David Ben-Gurion, 4 December 1949, to Foreign Minister Sharett, strongly opposing a UN proposal to internationalize Jerusalem or any form of foreign rule in the city Israel State Archives
      Telegram from Sheikh Amin Tarif, 8 June 1967, leader of the Druze community in Israel, congratulating Prime Minister Levi Eshkol on the occasion of the liberation of
      Stenographic minutes from a meeting of a cabinet committee on 6 June 1967 on the decision to send Israeli forces into the Old City of Jerusalem Israel State Archives
      Prime Minister Levi Eshkol’s schedule for 7 June 1967, after the Israeli capture of East Jerusalem, including his visit to the Western Wall Israel State Archives
      Proposal to establish Herzliya as the temporary capital, by local Herzliya leaders, suggesting the city serve as center for the government until the conflict in Jerusalem reached an end Israel State Archives
      First Jewish wedding at the Western Wall after the reunification of the city
      Children at play in divided Jerusalem, before 1967
      The demolition of one of the walls dividing East and West Jerusalem
 
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