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ROCK AT THE HEART OF THE DOME OF THE ROCK IN JERUSALEM
Sakhra; Even hashtiyah; Even hashitiyah; Even hashisiyah; Even hashesiyah; Even hashetiyah; Even shetiyah; Even shesiyah; Sakhrah; Even haShetiya; Even hashesiya; Even hashetiya; Even hashisiya; Even hashitiya; Even hashtiya; Even shesiya; Even shetiya; 'eben shetiyah; As-Sakhra
  • The bottom of the Foundation Stone, photo taken from the [[Well of Souls]]
  • Picture of the Foundation Stone taken in the second half of the 20th century
  • 1859 watercolor of the Foundation Stone by [[Carl Haag]]
  • The Foundation Stone in the floor of the [[Dome of the Rock]] shrine in [[Jerusalem]]. The round hole at upper left penetrates to a small cave, known as the [[Well of Souls]], below. The cage-like structure just beyond the hole covers the stairway entrance to the cave (south is towards the top of the image).

even-handed      
¦ adjective fair and impartial.
Derivatives
even-handedly adverb
even-handedness noun
even-handed      
Note: in AM, also use 'evenhanded'
If someone is even-handed, they are completely fair, especially when they are judging other people or dealing with two groups of people.
...an even-handed approach to the war on drugs...
= balanced
ADJ
even-handed      
a.
Impartial, fair, equitable, just.

Wikipedia

Foundation Stone

The Foundation Stone (Hebrew: אֶבֶן הַשְׁתִיָּיה, romanized: ‘Even haŠəṯīyyā, lit.'Foundation Stone'), or the Noble Rock (Arabic: الصخرة المشرفة, romanized: al-Saḵrah al-Mušarrafah, lit. 'The Noble Stone') is the rock at the center of the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem. It is also known as the Pierced Stone, because it has a small hole on the southeastern corner that enters a cavern beneath the rock, known as the Well of Souls.

Traditional Jewish sources mention the stone as the place from which the creation of the world began. Classical Jewish sources also identify its location with that of the Holy of Holies.

Pronunciation examples for even-handed
1. be even handed on their own.
The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels _ Alex Epstein _ Talks at Google
2. We've got to be even handed.
LGBT Activism 1970s to Today _ Andy Tobias _ Talks at Google
3. they'll be much more even handed.
The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels _ Alex Epstein _ Talks at Google
4. in this even-handed way I'm talking about.
David Keith _ A Case for Integrating Solar Geoengineering into Climate Policy _ Talks at Google
5. to reduce climate risks in an even-handed global way.
David Keith _ A Case for Integrating Solar Geoengineering into Climate Policy _ Talks at Google
Examples of use of even-handed
1. Labour leaders will not be even–handed in Manchester either.
2. Even–handed condemnation seems as patronising as it is pointless.
3. "The police have to be careful to be even–handed.
4. If he manages even–handed proposals, it would be commendable.
5. Western governments, at least, have been more even–handed.