Thursday's attack, in which a toddler was wounded, illustrates the growing concern in the so-called 'seam neighborhoods' in the north and south of the capital.
Girl, 2, suffers moderate head wound; attack takes place in neighborhood that straddles the Green Line, where violent incidents are on the rise.
Weinstein says police probe turned up 'systematic, deliberate, organized and institutionalized criminal activity, involving dozens of people.'
Two people are currently in detention as police investigate allegations of voter fraud by winning, ultra-Orthodox faction.
Archaeological dig at Eshtaol reveals a prehistoric community that shows the progression from nomadic living to fixed abodes.
Suspect, 63, was arrested in August after his wife complained of threats.
The antiquities law bars the removal of any antiquity from the country without written permission.
Diaspora Yeshiva denies involvement, but three pupils arrested after near-fatal assaults on Palestinian, Israeli neighbors.
Mayor's efforts in his first term to close gaps between west and east Jerusalem and solve some of the problems in the east seem eclipsed by mounting tensions.
The stock of legal antiquities in Israel has not been depleted, despite 35 years of brisk sales; the Israel Antiquities Authority thinks it knows why.