In April, the Guardian Newspaper — one of the UK’s most influential newspapers — declared that Tel Aviv is Israel’s Capital.
Tel Aviv is an Amazing city. Anyone who visits will find cutting edge high-tech, beautiful beaches, vibrant nightlife, rich culture, and a diverse mix of people.
But is Tel Aviv Israel’s capital?
We tried to find out.
Tel Aviv has a lot to be proud of. But is not the seat of Israel’s government.
It is not the location for:
The Prime Minister’s office
The Israeli Legislature (Knesset)
The Israeli Supreme Court
The National Bank of Israel
These institutions can be found in Jerusalem, Israel’s real capital.
Don’t let the Guardian and other media try to tell you that it isn’t.
This is a lighter look at a serious subject. If you want more facts and historical evidence showing the Jewish connection to Jerusalem, check out our video Jerusalem: The Media Myth of Two Cities at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JXSvrAe5xEM.