Selina, founded by Israeli partners, plans to set up 5,000 to 7,000 beds here in next five years
Several celebrities and newspapers, including Haaretz, are featured on the list of banned 'Haters of Israel'
Environmental groups and locals are claiming that the construction of a campus, right by archaeological sites and springs, damages water, views and the neighborhood's option to expand
Education administration gets more than 30 requests from parents claiming that Arab bus drivers put their children at risk ■ Official says: 'This is not the way of Jerusalem'
For now a barbed-wire fence surrounds the Ein Hanya spring; later the plan is for a roadblock to go up as well
The leprosy hospital in Jerusalem’s Talbieh neighborhood had a vegetable patch, a bakery and livestock. A new bar in the building's reconstructed historic animal pen offers cocktails, kugel and Middle Eastern meze
Designed in 1924, the house in Rehavia belonged to two prominent figures during the British Mandate
Right-wing lawmaker Jair Bolsonaro said he would shutter the Palestinian embassy in Brazilia if tapped for president: 'Palestine is not a country'
The opening of the Jerusalem embassy requires new security arrangements, meaning guards will have to be armed, but Israel does not issue weapons permits for Palestinians guards. Embassy: no layoffs planned
White House Mideast team staffing up ahead of peace plan rollout | United's new DC-Tel Aviv route | Paul Ryan's welcome package