Ibrahim Mattar, who stabbed two police officers before being shot, prayed in Al-Aqsa Mosque every morning ■ For Palestinians, there's a rising sense of threat to Al-Aqsa, the result of a series of event Israelis don't see as connected at all.
Jerusalem dig shows that Herodian-period street was wrongly attributed to King Herod; excavations dismiss the idea that poorer people lived in the lower part of the city.
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Activist Haim Brosh may have 'offended religion,' the police say. He has been released and ordered to stay away from the Temple Mount for 15 days.
The Waqf warns the newly formed Knesset caucus that a change in the status quo on the Mount could ignite the Muslim world.
Israeli Ministers Join Call to Permit Jewish Prayer at Temple Mount: 'Status Quo Discriminates Against Jews'
Ministers and Knesset speaker attend conference on changing status quo at Jerusalem's most politically sensitive site against backdrop of right-wing pressure on Netanyahu to reverse ban on their visits.
Israel's whining over UNESCO is arrogant and hypocritical, coming from a state that does everything in its power to conceal or minimize everything that existed here before we came, and after we left, until we returned.
'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.
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.