Photos of the Day: March 17, 2010

By Covering Religion Staff

Dr. Rustam, custodian of the Shrine of the Bahá'u'lláh (background) in Bahji, near Acco. (Lim Wui Liang/Journey to Jerusalem)

Windows of the Baha'i Mansion in Acco. (Mamta Badkar/Journey to Jerusalem)

A gardener trims the bushes at the Baha'i Shrine in Acco. (Mamta Badkar/Journey to Jerusalem)

Sanaz Meshkinpour interviews Rob Weinberg, a volunteer at the Baha'i Shrine in Acco. (Lim Wui Liang/Journey to Jerusalem)

Sheikh Samir Assi, of El-Jazzar Mosque in Acco, holds up a photo of him with a Rabbi and an Eastern Orthodox priest. (Lim Wui Liang/Journey to Jerusalem)

Tammy Mutasa reads Matthew 26:17, which is about The Last Supper, on the bus ride from Hannaton to Jerusalem. (Josh Tapper/Journey to Jerusalem)

Yaniv Gilksman from Hannaton Educational Center talks about how the kibbutz operates to the class. (Mariana Cristancho-Ahn/Journey to Jerusalem)

An Orthodox Jew at the Ramat Shlomo neighborhood of Jerusalem. (Mariana Cristancho-Ahn/Journey to Jerusalem)

Street scene in Ramat Shlomo, a settlement in northeastern Jerusalem. Israel captured the area during the Six Day War in 1967 and annexed it in a move not recognized by the international community. On March 10, 2010, the Israeli government approved the building of new Jewish settlements on this site, triggering protests from Arab communities. (Lim Wui Liang/Journey to Jerusalem)

A visitor at the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem looks at the Dome of the Rock. (Josh Tapper/Journey to Jerusalem)

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