The construction pit in the Sur Baher neighborhood was dug in 2013 and is 18 meters deep and stretches over 1.7 acres
The Interior Ministry has ordered the expulsion of Palestinian press photographer Mustafa al-Kharouf, 31, who was born in Algeria but has lived in Jerusalem with his family since age 12 and is married to a woman from E. Jerusalem
17 more Palestinians arrested on suspicion of disturbing police ■ Temple Mount opened to worshipers on Wednesday without incident
Issam Akel, who was sentenced to life at hard labor by Palestinian Authority for selling land to Jews, was involved in the sale
A committee turned down 20 residential building permits, ruling out almost any future Palestinian construction in the city's east
Residents of Shoafat refugee camp celebrated the incident, which happened in the same area last year and in 2013
Palestinians gathering there as state mulls closing Golden Gate to Muslim worshippers
Following High Court petition, Population Authority says it aims to process applications within a year, instead of the six years the process can sometimes take currently
Police arrest 60 East Jerusalem residents on suspicion of inciting, rioting at Old City's Temple Mount
Israeli court ordered the eviction of the Abu Assab family, who lived in West Jerusalem before 1948, following appeal by right-wing Jewish activist
Move announced as Netanyahu meets central Europe officials after Visegrad summit in Israel torpedoed by Poland
'I asked them a few times why they thought it was me. They kept on telling me it was a secret'
Nadia and Mazen Abu Humus, who were shot in their East Jerusalem home in 2015, sued the state for $28,000. The state told the court the policeman's conduct was 'proportionate and reasonable'
Developers call it a solution to the Old City’s traffic jams, but opponents say the goal is to bolster Israeli control of East Jerusalem neighborhoods
Israeli settler organization and Palestinian family offered over $3 million for a three-room house in Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood, but settler activist pulled out, forcing family to raise the sum in order to keep their house
Arafat inherited less than 0.5 percent of the plot, but the judge rules it legal to put a temporary freeze on entire plot ■ Order issued at the request of families of terror victims
High Court asks state and settler NGO to explain why the City of David National Park is closed on Saturdays, holidays and evening, unlike all other parks in the country, as Silwan residents warn of 'Hebronization'
Under American pressure, the Palestinian Authority released 55-year-old Issam Akel, who sold his East Jerusalem home to an NGO run by Israeli settlers, and is now expected to move abroad
South Jerusalem Palestinians Left Without Postal Services for Two Weeks Over Employee Corruption Charges
Five staffers were detained on suspicion of stealing from Postal Bank accounts ■ Branch cannot be immediately reopened because it ran as an agency rather than by Israel Postal Company
Interior Ministry says the years-long delays are the result of the volume of requests, but lawyers are convinced the backlog is a deliberate policy to prevent the city’s Palestinians from becoming citizens
The Sabbagh family has been ordered to leave its home in the Sheikh Jarrah neighborhood in favor of Jewish settlers by January 23
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She's performed in East Jerusalem, Berlin, Tel Aviv and Rwanda, has worked with the UN and peace organizations, grew up in a mixed Jewish-Arab community and speaks - and looks - like both. Noam Shuster-Eliassi isn't what you think she is
The incident took place near the girl's house. She told police investigators that she had been stabbed on the street by an unknown man
Opponents of project fear it could strengthen Jewish settlement in Arab neighberhood of Silwan ■ Jerusalem Development Authority says releasing report on project's economic feasibility 'could disrupt progress on the project'
Issam Akel convicted over 'an attempt to to transfer Palestinian lands to a foreign country' ■ His arrest and indictment signify a worsening in tensions between Israel and Palestinians over issue of land plots' sale
Despite border policemen's admission they continued shooting after Basel Ragheb Sidr was lying wounded on the ground, the Justice Ministry department that probes police misconduct twice refused to investigate
Ultra-Orthodox demands to pray at the Tomb of the Kings – the grandest burial compound in Jerusalem – have kindled fears among the French of an Israeli land grab under their flag in East Jerusalem
A comparison of four cases in which residents in different neighborhoods have been evicted reveals the bitter truth about ethnic and class hierarchy in Israel
'Death to Murderers': Cars Vandalized in Suspected Hate Crime in Palestinian East Jerusalem Neighborhood
Anonymous perpetrators slashed car tires and spray-painted hateful graffiti ■ Israeli NGO warns: 'East Jerusalem residents fall victim to violence by radical activists'
National Security Council officials will coordinate an Israeli policy to lead efforts to release the two amid rising tensions between Israel and the PA