Police take Jerusalem resident into custody for Facebook post expressing 'extreme criticism' of IDF soldier's manslaughter conviction that 'crossed the line of legitimate opinion,' say police.
Spelunkers find images of a 7-branched candelabra and a cross in a water cistern dating to the Second Temple period.
There are concerns of copycat incidents following extensive media coverage of the tragedy.
Jerusalem dig shows that Herodian-period street was wrongly attributed to King Herod; excavations dismiss the idea that poorer people lived in the lower part of the city.
Police and firefighters break down the door of a fifth floor apartment, finding victims' bodies. The woman was found lying next to a noose. She had sought psychiatric help from city services a month ago for depression, and had phoned welfare authorities for a baby sitter.
The three were detained after getting into a confrontation with Israeli security forces and Palestinians near the village of Sussia.
Lighting the menorah wasn't much of a success, but the holiday event did inaugurate an ancient Roman road, even though it will take 15 more years for it to be fully excavated.
Behind guard posts, locks and luxury residences in the center of Jerusalem lie public gardens. Even though they are officially open to the public, access to them is problematic. City officials are doing little to remedy the situation.
Sources in Silwan say the right-wing Elad group, which champions Jewish settlement in East Jerusalem, used a Palestinian straw man with a permit from the Palestinian Authority to buy the house.
Palestinian woman seriously wounded, two knives found in her possession.