The Jewish Cemetary on the Mount of Olives has been active for over 2000 years. The site is desirable for those of Jewish faith as a Bible verse (Zech. 14:4) claims that the resurrection will begin here when the messiah arrives. The Mount of Olives is a mountain ridge in East Jerusalem whose name dates back thousands of years when the site was covered in olive groves.
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Mount of Olives (Jerusalem); Cemeteries -- Jewish cemeteries -- Israel -- Jerusalem; Tombs -- Israel -- Jerusalem;
Smolski, Chet, "East Jerusalem: Mount of Olives Jewish Cemetary" (1980). Browse All. 658.
cemetery, Jerusalem, Mount of Olives, tombs