The suspect, who under interrogation is said to have admitted the allegations, is thought to have drugged the girl before sexually assaulting her.
Dozens of black markings on buildings have appeared in recent weeks in upscale Rehavia, and some theorize they're a secret code for burglars.
Hazem Rasheq allegedly entered a hospital’s maternity ward and impersonating a member of the medical staff.
By allowing Elad to operate nearly unchecked, the three agencies 'forfeited state authority' over sensitive Jerusalem areas, state comptroller says.
The municipality is pleased because the fall will mean additional state funding for the capital.
Workers restoring the crumbling Church of the Holy Sepulchre did not however go down to the shelf on which Jesus' body was said to have lain.
Archaeologists are usually wary of any finds not discovered in a supervised dig, though Antiquities Authority insists ancient scroll is authentic.
827-square meter floor mosaic from the Umayyad period, found near Jericho, will be open to the public next year.
Rare 2,800-year-old papyrus written in ancient Hebrew, retrieved from thieves, describes a shipment of wine from biblical town of Na’arat to Jerusalem in time of the Kingdom of Judah.
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.