The resurgence in knifing attacks show that the Palestinian sovereign is increasingly less relevant in the lives of its subjects and its legitimacy is eroding.
Jerusalem Old City
Police initiate arrest raids in Shoafat and Isawiyah in search of arms and suspected violent offenders in crackdown on 'popular terrorism.'
Incitement regarding Israel's intentions on Temple Mount and Palestinians’ distrust of Netanyahu are fertile ground for violence in the capital as Jewish holidays approach.
In sixth attack in four days, 38-year-old woman and 45-year-old man taken to hospital with upper body wounds following stabbing at Old City's Herod's Gate; alleged assailant shot and hospitalized.
Bentzi Gopstein and two colleagues from the group Lehava were arrested after calling out the start of a Hebrew prayer on the Temple Mount.
Israel’s High Court has signaled in unusually harsh language that ultra-Orthodoxy cannot own and control Judaism’s holiest sites. But Netanyahu could still flee his responsibility to protect religious pluralism in Israel.
The 18-year-old Hebron resident was barred from Jerusalem's Old City for two weeks after police say she and a minor tried to enter the compound through the Muslim Quarter.
Jerusalem's mayor should involve himself less with self-promotion and megalomaniacal projects with a messianic flavor, and more with serving all of Jerusalem’s residents.
Jerusalem Mayor: Cable Car Stop in Palestinian Neighborhood Will Clarify 'Who Really Owns This City'
'Our ties to Jerusalem can never be unraveled,' Nir Barkat says in video about his plan to provide easy access to tourists sites by cable car, noting that the cable car will serve not just economic and tourism needs, but also ideological goals.
King Abdullah vows to maintain status quo at the holy compound, criticizes Israeli policies in Jerusalem.