The 12-dunam Muristan hospital in the Christian Quarter of the Old City of Jerusalem will open as a restaurant, complete with a visitors’ center telling the story of Medieval Jerusalem.
The Israel Antiquities Authority's peculiar decision not to reconstruct smashed Ottoman tiles in King David's Tomb means the vandals who attacked the site last year managed to erase virtually every remnant of its Muslim past.
The theme of this year's event is 'We want change.' Hundreds of police and border police officers were on hand to provide security for the parade.
The would-be spy, a member of Neturei Karta, met with Iranian representatives in Berlin, and made subsequent attempts to maintain contact. He reportedly confessed to hating Israel.
Demonstrators in Beit Shemesh block path of bus and smashed its windshield with a hammer, before moving on to two other buses nearby; police detain two.
After 17 days imprisonment and a public uproar, Zaki Sabah, sentenced to ten years in jail, is released.
Ben-Gurion and other leaders railed against birth control by means of abortion, which was primarily a result of the financial insecurity of the time.
13 ministers vote aye, 7 nay and two abstained. Release of pre-Oslo prisoners to take place in stages, after start of Washington peace talks.
Vender received thousands of tickets for operating without a license and the fines ballooned to a total of NIS 731,910.21.
Victim says he was attacked by a knife-wielding Arab; police not ruling out nationalist motives led to attack in central Jerusalem park.