Petition was filed following changes in hours allowing Jews to visit Temple Mount during Ramadan
Police say they plan to prevent Jews from visiting the site because the holiday will coincide with final days of Ramadan ■ Activists vow to fight decision
Tens of thousands of Palestinian residents and visitors are in the Old City during the final days of Ramadan, and the parade is expected to cause serious disruptions
In a video filmed on Jerusalem Day, the policemen are seen suddenly crossing the barrier separating them from the protesters and beating one of them
Students at Kfar Sava school say speakers were almost all religious at event marking anniversary of merger between East and West Jerusalem
Refusal to grant citizenship to Palestinians in the city will not allow closing of socioeconomic gaps, and is bound to keep tensions simmering
Whether to strut over the BDS fail, cheer the victory of a feminist song or anticipate the return of the pro-LGBT competition to conservative Jerusalem, everyone had a reason to celebrate Netta Barzilai’s triumph
Some found to be taking theme too far, but say they were only following Education Ministry guidelines
Shoham Smith calls the worksheet the 'sodomization' of her story's original pluralistic message
Jewish-American Protester Hurt by Israeli Cops: I'm Proud to Be Jewish, but Occupation Is Not Judaism
Veteran activist Sarah Brammer-Shlay may need surgery for the broken upper arm she suffered when police dispersed demonstrators at the annual Jerusalem Day Flag March
Alluring and repulsive, spiritual and cynical – Jerusalem is a city of peace without a single corner free of disputes. Never has a city been so reunited, yet so torn apart
Haaretz’s Jerusalem correspondent covered the story of the city’s unification in the wake of the Six-Day War. Fifty years later he revisits the the dramatic decision that changed the face of the Middle East
The desperate attempts to portray the city as united are just that – desperate. The next time a politician says they want to divide the city, they should go ahead and do it
The memorial event for Ethiopian Jews who perished on their way to Israel falls on the same day as Jerusalem Day, meaning it consistently fails to receive the coverage it deserves
At the many conferences marking the Six-Day War (or the 'occupation'), most of the panelists engage in criticism of Israel, sometimes lethal, especially over our relations with the Arabs
While prime minister focuses on political aspects of the capital, President Rivlin calls attention to the state of poverty of its eastern neighborhoods
Police forcibly remove leftist protesters, journalists and Palestinians at the Plaza outside the Old City's Damascus Gate as annual Flag March begins
On Jerusalem Day, Netanyahu says 'Temple Mount to remain forever under Israeli sovereignty,' says 'all embassies, including American embassy' should be in Jerusalem
Parading through Jerusalem's Muslim Quarter, the Orthodox Jews marching for Jerusalem Day equate Jewish heroism with militaristic nationalism. But there are, and always were, other paths
The main event is the Rikudegalim “flag dance” in the afternoon, which attracts mainly young members of the religious Zionist community
Celebrations outside Jerusalem's Old City walls mark 50 years since Israel's victories that reunified Jerusalem
Joint the festivities as Jerusalem celebrates the 50th anniversary of its reunification
As a key modern Orthodox leader, think again about joining Jerusalem Day marchers who scream ‘Death to Arabs’, promoting one of the most contentious of all Israeli settlements, and the consequences for Diaspora Jews
While many on the right regard Israel’s victory and reunification of Jerusalem as a momentous event, others see it as the birth of the occupation and no cause for joy
No megaphones or marching in the streets: Left-wing groups, who planned march to mark 50 years of occupation, say police have set impossible conditions for permit.
Arrest of ultra-Orthodox draft dodger causes ire among Rabbi Shmuel Auerbach's Lithuanian faction, who threaten to disrupt the 30,000 runners expected to participate.
This flag will fly again. But never in sympathy with those who are destroying this land, shattering the Jewish People, and mutilating Judaism itself.
Statistics fail to tell the whole story, says Dr. Maya Choshen, the highest authority on trends in Israel's capital, and predicts that the birth rate among the ultra-Orthodox will drop and that many Haredi families will leave Jerusalem.
'Every year, people from the outside come and ruin our city, leave, and we remain here to pick up the pieces.'
'The Western Wall won't be abandoned and our brave ties to the Temple Mount won't be denied,' the prime minister says.