Live Webcam Kotel (Western Wall)

Published Sunday, January 22, 2006 in 45 Comments

Live Webcams from the Kotel (Western Wall). The western wall is the only thing that remained after the destructino of the Second Temple which was destroyed by the Romans in the year 70 BCE.

Please note that the webcam does not operate on Shabbat (Zie JPost for the Shabbat times.)

Also note that your browser needs to be able to play Windows Media files – see technical details below.




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45 Kommentare am “Live Webcam Kotel (Western Wall)

  1. 1
    the mendoza familia said: am 14 December 2008 om 16:13

    this web site has brought many joys to my family, for many reasons we cant go to the wailling wall, but it always brings joy to our hearts to see whats going on live.:)

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    the Sigler family said: am 24 December 2008 om 14:08

    Shalom is what this web-site brings me. My heart lives in Israel always. I have been twice and still I yearn with all of my being to be there again. This webcam brings so much joy there are no words to describe the happiness I feel. Thank you,
    Shalom

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      Yhudit Alamo Garcia said: am 24 April 2012 om 21:43

      I agree with you too. Shalom

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      Dave Sparkman said: am 2 September 2013 om 15:59

      I feel the same way. I could not have put it better than what you did. I have been there four times, and my heart aches to go back. I live in SW Missouri, and theres no apparent reason to feel this way, but I do.
      I just got back in Nov 2012, just before the rockets flew. WoW it was a great trip.

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    Kelli said: am 11 March 2009 om 06:29

    To be able to witness this experience live is such a blessing. My grandpa was fortunate enough to visit this live in person, what joy this must have brought to him. He is with the Lord, and has been for many years, but it would bring great joy to him to know all who wished to view this live now have the opportunity.

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    wowed said: am 7 April 2009 om 20:33

    I am watching the birkat hachama live tonight from NY. Nothing tops your service
    What an experience!!!
    Thank you
    Chag Sameach

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    Ruth Esther said: am 17 April 2009 om 08:05

    Shalom… I pray often for the peace of Jerusalem. May you prosper, and all who dwell within the walls.

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    Hinkle Bob said: am 20 May 2009 om 08:03

    This is an amazing website.

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    David said: am 8 June 2009 om 21:48

    I just love to watch the Kotel webcams! I even daven shacharit sometimes to the kotel cam in full screen. Baruch Hashem forever!!

    SHA’ALU SHALOM YIRUSHALAYIM — Pray for shalom in Yerushalayim; may those who love you prosper. May shalom be within your ramparts, prosperity in your palaces. For the sake of my family and friends, I say, “Shalom be within you!” For the sake of the house of ADONAI our God, I will seek your well-being. (Psalm 122:6-9 CJB)

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    Anthony N said: am 9 September 2009 om 23:14

    Is coming! Praise the Lord. I bless you wonderful people of Israel and keep you in my prayers.

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    I pray for the peace of Jerusalem, and look forward to the day when “True peace and security comes” We will all dwell safely when the God of Israel arrives, the King of Kings, and the Lord of Lords! It won’t be long, hang in there Israel, you are indeed the chosen ones! God is not finished with you yet…Many hugs and blessing to you all!

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    Caroline Baldwin said: am 22 October 2009 om 11:30

    Blessings from the United states to Jerusalem! Blessings to all the people on the webcam today at the wall! It makes me so happy to be able to see hundreds of miles away to blessed Jerusalem! What a century we live in where this is capable! Many people in our past died making pilgrimages to do what takes me a second to do! One day maybe I too will visit the wall in person, until then, there is this wonderful webcam!!! Thank you!!!!!!!!!!

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  11. 15
    Betinka said: am 12 November 2009 om 06:28

    ISRAEL… I love you so much !

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    Hans-Helmut Wönkhaus said: am 30 November 2009 om 10:40

    God bless Israel

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    DICK QUICK said: am 13 December 2009 om 00:38

    It would be nice to have audible , real-time, voices as the people go about in their prayers. I don’t mean to hear one person pray but to hear the noise and sounds.
    This is very beautiful because I am not rich and I can daily to view this HOLY GROUND.
    THANK YOU SO MUCH SHARING OUR LORD WITH ME.
    RICHARD

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    Richard Charles Quick said: am 9 January 2010 om 18:02

    How long will I have to wait until the Tribes rebuild the 3rd temple?
    I am 64…
    I been waiting for 45 years..
    GOD BLESS YOU ALL BROTHERS AND SISTERS.
    RICHARD,
    USA-WISCONSIN

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    roussilhe said: am 23 February 2010 om 03:01

    what is the plugin to download to see the views ?

    thank you for the answer

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    Pawel said: am 25 March 2010 om 12:06

    God bless Israel! I’ll pray for you…
    “HOSZAIA ET AMECHA,
    UWARECH ET NAHA LA TE HA,
    UREM, UREM, UREM, UREM WE NASEM
    UREM WE NASEM AD HA OLAM.”
    Szalom!

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    Artemon said: am 29 May 2010 om 01:39

    God bless IERUSALEM

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    Danny said: am 29 May 2010 om 22:44

    Thank you and blessings for providing us with such a dear view. I LOVE the land, the people and the GOD of ISRAEL!
    “Look upon Zion, the city of our solemnities: thine eyes shall see Jerusalem a quiet habitation, a tabernacle that shall not be taken down; not one of the stakes thereof shall ever be removed, neither shall any of the cords thereof be broken.” Is 33:20

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    Ozzy said: am 19 July 2010 om 03:17

    I read a comment asking when will the Third Temple be built by the Tribes… Well… the Temple Mount platform is known to be unstable and will need to be replaced first. That will not happen as long as Al Aqsa and the Dome sit on it despite all efforts at restoration, which the Arabs are treating with complete distrust and suspicion. That’s even considering the original and still legal site may well be safely between the two Muslim edifices. I foresee, speculatively, G-d removing the problem Himself and starting over.

    Now to my issue: When G-d starts over with the Jewish people He has an unfortunate tendency to repeat disastrous platform-clearing events on or around Tisha B’Av, which worries me when I see people so near the last vestiges of the old Temple, which sits, I repeat, on an unstable platform, on that date. Maybe I’m not up on my Jewish customs but I would have expected the rabbis to counsel the people to stay home and commemorate the Temple privately rather than take the risk of getting in the way of G-d doing something drastic again on the 9th of Av.

    Has any of this occurred to anyone else or am I just barking up an acacia tree?

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    someone said: am 19 July 2010 om 09:40

    I loves Israel, and the blest people of Israel..

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    Rivkah Elishva Kazor said: am 20 July 2010 om 19:40

    I found your website and within seconds my whole soul and body was reverbating with the holy sounds of the early morning risers davening shacaris. I had headphones on so it made it that much more personal. I really got goosebumps to be hear in North America, after the fast and yet to be experiencing a little bit of kedusha from Eretz Israel. Thanks for this.

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    Ozzy said: am 20 July 2010 om 21:12

    If I’m not mistaken, is that not the peak of the Mount of Olives visible above the Wall on the first webcam?

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  23. 28

    Shalom,
    may G-d bless and keep you under His wings, baruch haba ba shem Adonai. I will continue to pray for the peace of Jerusalem
    Eve

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  24. 29

    May the Lord Bless you, and keep you, and make His face to shine upon you…

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  25. 30
    hansiwoe said: am 13 March 2012 om 00:47

    God bless Israel
    God bless Jerusalem

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    simcha adler said: am 19 March 2012 om 20:00

    i am home all day and to see the wall makes me happy i have a very bad back so at this point i cant work but looking at the wall thank u for this .may the LORD bless u all and keep all of u far away from harm .have a great new month and a great year.may THE LORD bless u all

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    Pat Wright said: am 7 April 2012 om 16:45

    What a blessing to view Jerusalem live! I continually pray for the peace and protection of Israel. We love God’s land and His chosen people!!!

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    urdal said: am 15 April 2012 om 11:03

    superb camera to see the “eternel capital of jews” i often think of my jew ancester who was rabbi

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    G. ROMERO said: am 30 April 2012 om 16:53

    MI AGRADECIMIENTO A ESTA PÁGINA WEB QUE ME PERMITE RECORDAR CONSTANTEMENTE MI VISITA A JERUSALEM Y MAS CONCRETAMENTE AL MURO OCCIDENTAL, POR MI SIMPATÍA POR EL PUEBLO JUDIO

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    Donna Jamison said: am 6 May 2012 om 21:11

    I LOVE god’s chosen people and will do everything I can to defend Israel and it’s people. My tithes go to an Israeli Org. I pray to one day stand at the western wall.

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    me said: am 31 July 2012 om 08:56

    Israel and the western wall are just unique :D glad to be called a jew.

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    Jacqueline Josephine Kotton O said: am 4 August 2012 om 12:58

    I pray for the peace of Jerusalem, and look forward to the day when “True peace and security comes”, To be able to witness this experience live is such a blessing.

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    Jorge Lucio Spinola said: am 13 September 2012 om 01:18

    JORGE LUCIO SPINOLA
    Eu amo esta terra e o povo do meu Senhor. Breve estarei para abraça-la e beija-la com toda força d’ minha alma.
    I love this country and the G-d people. I’ll be there soon to hold and kiss with all my soul power.
    Thank you for this site.
    SHALOM.

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    Julieann Pagliarulo said: am 7 October 2012 om 02:44

    May God protect and watch over you Israel. I love you and your people. I will keep you in my prayers. The Lord our God is good!! I am grateful to be able to view this glorious site. Thank you.

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    Linda Nelson said: am 11 November 2012 om 00:20

    I just returned yesterday from a visit to Israel. The Western Wall touched me deeply and I am so appreciative of this opportunity to see the wall, and to share this with my Christian friends. We support Israel and pray for our friends there.

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      Johnny John said: am 20 December 2012 om 18:46

      Amazing grace, please pray for the peace in our famiies and schools and nation. our own peple truned each other and figitng and killing. Fear not the people of all nations waitn for the mercy. i love to see live westen wall and pray often.

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    hilda maria forero de beltran said: am 2 January 2013 om 22:57

    Israel, es preferente asunto de mi alegria, tierra de bendicion, raices, cosas gloriosas ha ocurrido alli, y falta todavia, tierra profetica, Dios la escogio como moradaa para El, oro diariamente por la paz, la he visitado cinco veces y deseo volver ese año Dios me dara ese privilegio.Salmo 122

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    Ron Leonard said: am 14 January 2013 om 17:28

    Standing In The Gap For Isreal and Those Who Protect HER!
    Ron,
    IDF National Spokes Person
    http://www.cfijerusalem.org/web/index.php/outreach/davids-shield

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    Xabier Pérez said: am 11 March 2013 om 11:16

    Jainkoak bedeinka dezala Eretz Israel.
    Dios bendiga Eretz Israel.
    Os echamos de menos desde Sefarad.

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    mark david said: am 22 November 2013 om 21:54

    Shalom and thank you for this gift of seeing the wall live and the people all around: we take things for granted today but imagine having this 100 yrs ago and bringing jews into your home to see this they would be awe struck and bless hashem for such a gift pray for me if you read this :God blesses Israel forever:

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