Construction of Givat Hamatos was viewed as problematic as it was thought that in a future plan to divide Jerusalem, would separate two Arab neighborhoods from the contiguity of East Jerusalem
The Jewish National Fund Is Trying to Kick a Palestinian Family Out of Their Home. The Court Stopped It – for Now
Court rules that the Sumreen family may stay in its East Jerusalem house until the case it settled. JNF, backed by settler group Elad, argues that it owns the building
The Jewish National Fund, backed by settler group, has sought the evacuation of 18 Palestinian family members ■ Two Palestinians brothers wounded in clashes with Israeli police during home demolition
Netanyahu's former justice minister and Yamina leader claims Trump's plan would see East Jerusalem neighborhoods falling under Palestinian jurisdiction
'How sad it is that Jerusalem, the city that for millennia was blessed with an amazing range of humanity, is today cut off as it has never been before.'
Given the Israeli legal system’s failure to do justice, Israel’s friends must demand that it act like a civilized country
Contradicting Arab League, Bahrain Defends Australia's Recognition of West Jerusalem as Israeli Capital
Sheikh Khalid bin Ahmed al-Khalifa says Australia's stance 'does not impact the legitimate Palestinian demands, does not contradict the Arab Peace Initiative'
Ahmed Abul Gheit calls on Australian government to 'correct its position and recognize the State of Palestine and its capital as East Jerusalem without delay'
Uniting Jerusalem can be viewed as part of the relationship between Jews and Arabs throughout Israel; success in Jerusalem will lead to success throughout the country
Anyone who wants to understand just how poisonous the mix of religious fanaticism and brutal occupation is should look at Jerusalem ahead of the upcoming runoff election for mayor
Recent developments prompted need to reiterate long-standing policy, as religious authorities say participating constitutes capitulation
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
Foreign Minister denies reports it is among ten countries planning to transfer embassies
Many fear President Trump’s declaration may deter visitors from coming to city, already buckling from a surge in tourism and now facing renewed violence
Everyone knew it wasn't true, but by losing its own facade of neutrality, the U.S. has lost a strategic asset on the world stage
Voting on the law, which would place Palestinian neighborhoods under Israeli sovereignty in the event of a peace agreement, will take place after Pence's visit
White House confirms to Haaretz that Abbas was invited, as crisis on Jerusalem escalates and casts shadow over Pence's planned visit to Israel, West Bank
U.S. recognition of Jerusalem has shattered the illusion that if only the core issues could be resolved, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict would come to an end
Heads of local churches express concern over reports on his expected Jerusalem policy change; 'the Holy City can be shared'
Trump's Ultimate Deal Will 'Die on the Rocks of Jerusalem,' if U.S. Recognizes Israeli Capital, Palestinians Warn
With Arab world up in arms over potential change to Jerusalem's status, Palestinian officials warn violence could breakout and peace talk could stop
By opening U.S. embassies in both Israeli west Jerusalem and Palestinian east Jerusalem, Trump would be fulfilling two promises: transferring the embassy and advancing the resolution of the conflict.