Under a Creative Commons license Abstract The translation of proper names is one of the most challenging activities faced by translators. All languages have particular personal names, some of which are deeply rooted in the culture of the speakers of the specific language; consequently, they can pose unique difficulties in the comprehension of culture-specific texts. It is interesting to note that some personal names have various allusions indicating sex, age, geographical belonging, history, specific meaning, playfulness of language and cultural connotations when omitting this implied information results in unacceptable translation.
It is holy for the three monotheistic religions because of religiously significant events that took place in the city. It is therefore important to set out the nature and meaning of Jewish, Christian and Muslim commitments to Jerusalem and their implications. We hope that such an approach will contribute to the discovery of common ground and lead to constructive policies and programs for the welfare of all the peoples in the region.
The Significance of Jerusalem for Jews For the Jewish people, Jerusalem is not merely a locus of holy sites or religiously and historically significant memories.
The city itself is holy,1 and for at least 3, years, Jerusalem has become synonymous with hope and meaning in Jewish life. From biblical times — when God, as tradition teaches, spoke of the place that He would choose for His people — to the return of the Jewish people to Zion in our day however improbable it seemed until thenthe continuous and unwavering centrality of Jerusalem in Jewish life has been unquestioned.
When, in B. The Talmud records that because of three transgressions — immoral sexual behavior, unwarranted bloodshed, and idolatry — Jerusalem fell to the Babylonians in B. In Babylon, the Jews were faced with the challenge of surviving as a people the destruction of their spiritual and political center.
Their sense of devastating loss was poignantly expressed in Psalm By the rivers of Babylon we sat down and wept when we remembered Zion. Upon the willows there we hung our harps, when our captors demanded of us songs; our tormentors asked of us mirth: If I ever forget you, O Jerusalem, withered be my right hand!
May my tongue cleave to my palate, if ever I think not of you, if ever I set not Jerusalem above my highest joy! After the Jews had been driven from Zion, it remained in their hearts. The traditional significance of being buried on the Mount of Olives, across from the Temple Mount, is based in part upon the desire to be ready at hand for the coming of the Messiah.
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Throughout the reigns of the Hasmonean rulers leaders of the Jewish community after the revolt against the Greeks in 16 B. Likewise, it is a custom to leave a small section of a new home unplastered or otherwise unfinished in memory of the destruction. The beauty of Jerusalem is thought to exceed all other beauties of the world: The significance of Jerusalem is also apparent in the proliferation of sources, from the Bible onward, that refer to the city.
The Hebrew Bible mentions Jerusalem by that name some times and by the name of Zion some times. The implicit references to Jerusalem and Zion are even more numerous. In the words of Isaiah 2: It is the center of the world, Jerusalem, that will be the scene of salvation, the focal point of the messianic age.
The significance of Jerusalem for Christians has two inseparable elements: For many Christians, visiting the holy places associated with the life and preaching of Jesus Christ, and being in an environment where history comes to life, have proven an inspiration to their fulfilling the commandment of taking the Gospel into the world Mark Jerusalem for them is the place where the gift of the Spirit is present; where the Church was established Acts 2.
The first Christian community came to incarnate the ecclesiastical ideal in this city. The Church — the body of Christ, or the community of believers in Christ — is an earthly reflection of the spiritual entity in heavenly Jerusalem.
The one God chose Jerusalem to be the place where His name alone would dwell in the midst of His people, so that they might offer worship that is worthy of Him.
The prophets looked up to Jerusalem, especially after the purification of the exile of the Hebrews: They prophesied that the Lord would place the city in the middle of the nations Ez.Success for all Students in Inclusion Classes Realia.
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