Jerusalem affairs minister Zeev Elkin wrote on Facebook Monday that a 'distortion' cannot 'change reality'
Palestinians Urge Arab World to Cut Ties With Guatemala, Paraguay for Relocating Embassies to Jerusalem
Both countries followed the U.S. in moving their embassies to Jerusalem: 'It was clear that no Arab nation would cut its ties with the U.S. However, with countries like Guatemala and Paraguay, it may be possible'
A close look at Jerusalem shows it's managed like two cities. But in parks, shopping malls and workplaces, Jews and Arabs are literally finding common ground
The U.S. and a handful other nations are moving their embassies to Jerusalem. But in the past other countries – including Chile, the Netherlands and Kenya – sent ambassadors to the city, and then left it
Arab vendors leave shops open despite police warning they cannot protect them. Previous marches saw participants shouting racist slogans
Number of Palestinians in Jerusalem has increased since 1967, new study shows; Palestinians decreasingly poor, but still have higher poverty rate than Jews
Nir Barkat took action in East Jerusalem, but mostly to benefit Jewish settlers ■ He made the city more secular friendly, but sparked a crisis with the church ■ The politician in him often triumphed over the mayor
The lovely spring, which is 300 feet over the green line, has undergone a 14 million shekel face-lift- but a fence and roadblock will cut off Palestinian villagers' access, who have frequented the site for centuries
Hananel Gurfinkel helps settle Jews in East Jerusalem. He should not be in charge of the claims of the city’s Arab neighborhoods
Flouting Courts, Jerusalem Pushes Ahead With New West Bank Checkpoint to Keep Palestinians Out of Park
Checkpoint is meant to prevent Palestinians from accessing a new park and is already underway despite not getting a permit