Municipality denies connection to Shabbat activity of new movie complex and large coffee shop, which angered Haredi population.
Jerusalem municipality and the Education Ministry will pay for an extended school day in all East Jerusalem secondary schools – but only for boys.
The city's call for proposals to restore and develop Mamilla Pool draws protest.
Stone-throwers, believed to be Palestinian, struck a bus carrying teens from a Jewish-Arab coexistence summer school near A-Tur.
Palestinian mayor blasts uprooting of '1,500-year-old olive trees.'
Residents complain of collective punishment, but police say it’s for the security of passing traffic.
The police panel examining the failures leading up to the attack submits its conclusions.
A selection of fliers, posters, clarion calls and prayers from 2005 show resolve and rejection of the inevitable.
Protests follow the opening of a new movie theater in Jerusalem that will remain open on Friday nights.
According to the separate indictments, two youths flew to Turkey in order to cross border and join group in Syria, but failed to realize their plans.