Hagai Street in the Old City of Jerusalem, where the latest wave of violence began, is a microcosm of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. The question is whether the street, and the city itself, has a future for the two peoples who live here.
Justice Minister bill states offenders would start serving sentence at 14 if they are convicted of murder, attempted murder or manslaughter.
After two weeks of relative calm in the capital, one stabbing, two attempted attacks take place; three of the four assailants were shot, and two of them succumbed to their wounds.
Court charges E. J'lm Hamas supporter in shooting deaths last month; charges also lodged against Palestinian who injured woman outside Jaffa Gate.
Abed al-Aziz Meri suspected of convincing Halabi to die as a shahid (martyr) and obtaining the knife that was used to murder Aharon Bennett and Nehemia Lavi on October 3.
Palestinians from East Jerusalem say they were shot in the face by sponge-tipped bullets while they were at home and posed no threat.
Easing of tensions spurs removals, but about 20 of the new barriers, checkpoints remain.
Structure was built without permits on private Palestinian land; about 300 settlers on-site to protest demolition; vandals spray-paint 'you don't destroy synagogues' on Wall of Supreme Court.
November 2014 arson attack on bilingual school in the capital caused 518,000 shekels worth of direct and indirect damages, says city.
Settlers intended to establish an archaeological and tourism park on the site, which has been excavated by Israel Antiquities Authority and Ariel University over past two years.