About Holy Land:
Holy Land is a region approximately between the Jordan River and the Mediterranean Sea, including the Jordan River’s Eastern Bank. Traditionally, it is associated with both Israel’s biblical land and the Palestinian region. Usually, the word “Holy Land” relates to a land that approximately corresponds to the contemporary state of Israel, the Palestinian territories, western Jordan, and sections of southern Lebanon and southeastern Syria. All of this is considered holy by Jews, Christians, and Muslims.
The land’s beauty as a Christian pilgrimage location helped launch the Crusades as European Christians attempted to take back this from the Muslims who had conquered it from the Byzantine Christian Empire in the 630’s. This became the topic of diplomatic quarrels in the 19th century as the Holy Places played a part in the Eastern Question that led to the 1850s Crimean War.
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Many sites in the pilgrimage, including Jews, Christians, Muslims, and Bahais, have long been pilgrimage destinations for adherents of Abrahamic religions. Pilgrims visit the place to see physical manifestations of their faith, to confirm their faith in the holy context with collective excitement.This is the land that faces the spiritual world’s entrance, that sphere of life that lies beyond the physical world that we know through our senses.
The land of Israel is regarded holy for Christians because of its connection with Jesus ‘ birth, ministry, crucifixion, and resurrection, which Christians regard as the Savior or Messiah. It’s also because Jesus himself was Jewish, and in the original Jewish religious context he personally considered it the Holy Land. Enter the place that Allah has given to you, and do not turn back to your own ruin, for then you will be overthrown. The Quran also relates to the land as “Blessed”.
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