going to Jerusalem


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Noun1.going to Jerusalem - a child's game in which players march to music around a group of chairs that contains one chair less than the number of playersgoing to Jerusalem - a child's game in which players march to music around a group of chairs that contains one chair less than the number of players; when the music abruptly stops the players scramble to sit and the player who does not find a chair is eliminated; then a chair is removed and the march resumes until only the winner is seated
child's game - a game enjoyed by children
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"He's going to Jerusalem, brothers, and saying good-bye to his children and his country.
'You are going to Jerusalem for spiritual upliftment.
Further in the video Amir is seen explaining to his mother that he's going to Jerusalem to martyr for Omar Abu Laila and his friends.
You queue for a bus that is going to Jerusalem. No one says Palestine or Israel.
Jesus had already warned them that he was going to Jerusalem to suffer and die (Matthew 16.21-23).
"Behold, we are going to Jerusalem, and the Son of Man will be handed over to the chief priests and the scribes, and they will condemn him to death and hand him over to the Gentiles who will mock him, spit upon him, scourge him, and put him to death, but after three days he will rise."
He was surrounded by hundreds of supporters who chanted: "We are going to Jerusalem, millions of martyrs."
In an address to the Cairo conference, Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas called on Arab Muslims and Christians to end their boycott of going to Jerusalem, arguing that such visits will help preserve the city's identity and support its inhabitants.
The disciples were savvy enough that they weren't surprised that going to Jerusalem would bring Jesus suffering.
Hanan Sills for five years before going to Jerusalem to study Judaism for another 10 years; free.
Father Boulos Halim, spokesperson of the Coptic Orthodox Patriarchate, told AFP: "The position of the church remains unchanged, which is not going to Jerusalem without all our Egyptian (Muslim) brothers."