going to Jerusalem

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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

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Jesus is going to Jerusalem, but to where shall he return and rule?
The Knights Hospitaller collected funds to protect travellers going to Jerusalem.
These critics minimize how the Muslim harassment and slaughter of the constant flow of Christian pilgrims going to Jerusalem in the decades leading up to the Crusades provoked the Crusades.
Last week, the US State Department said its Middle East peace envoy David Hale was going to Jerusalem to further "efforts to get the two parties to put forward concrete proposals and to agree to come back to the table together.
I travel in the mornings to Jerusalem, and this happens to also be the time many Palestinians are going to Jerusalem to reach the hospital.
That's the way it appeared to me and, as if that weren't enough, I was going to Jerusalem, supposedly the centre of it all.
In addition to praise and worship time, participants engaged in fact-finding tours to areas where the Separation Wall is being built, daily visits to the checkpoint at 6:00 am to see the difficulties faced by Palestinian laborers going to Jerusalem, visited Palestinian refugee camps, a Jewish settlement, Jerusalem and Hebron, took communion in Shepherds' Field, prayed in local churches and enjoyed a Palestinian cultural evening with traditional dance and food.
But the Turk misunderstood, so instead of going to Jerusalem and killing Menachem Begin, he went to RomeC*"