'It is time for the U.S. to stand with Israel and suspend our ties with UNESCO,' Rubio and other U.S. lawmakers write in letter.
Rare 2,800-year-old papyrus written in ancient Hebrew, retrieved from thieves, describes a shipment of wine from biblical town of Na’arat to Jerusalem in time of the Kingdom of Judah.
Over 3,000 Jews frequented the holy site during October holiday period, including a group of soldiers; though Palestinian social media is ablaze, no altercations have been reported.
'The theater of the absurd continues,' Israeli prime minister says, adding that he and the Israeli ambassador to UNESCO will discuss further measures.
State antiquities agency hopes disclosures will quell competing claims about work carried out at the holy site.
With the Muslim and Jewish holidays now over, the stage may be set to let Jewish legislators back on the site – if they keep a low profile.
The Domari Gypsies of East Jerusalem have struggled for many generations to overcome poverty, government indifference and prejudice. Now, a determined woman, Amoun Sleem, is trying to lead a quiet revolution.
Though softer in wording, the new motion still ignores Judaism's ties to the Temple Mount. Ten member states backed the resolution, two opposed and eight abstained.
A video of the wedding, which took place last year, showed youths dancing with guns, knives and a firebomb.
Trump and Mike Pence set to address private event on Wednesday, organized by Republicans Overseas Israel. Their message will be 'in line with what Trump showed in Gettysburg,' organizer promises.