As U.S. mulls moving embassy, EU urged to stop 'passive policy' on Israeli actions in East Jerusalem, hold meetings with Israelis only in Tel Aviv.
Jerusalem Mapping Office Allowed to Reopen Days After It Was Shuttered for 'Tracking Palestinian Land Sales to Jews'
Computers and documents seized were returned to Dr. Khalil Tufakji, a former peace negotiator, who was detained and questioned. Police cited the office's work at monitoring settlement expansion on the day of the raid.
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.
David Be'eri, the director of Elad, is one of the founders of the Jewish enclave in the Arab neighborhood of Silwan in Jerusalem. Be'eri is 'one of the great builders of Jerusalem in modern times,' Education Minister Bennett says.
In Precedent-setting Ruling, Israel's Top Court Recognizes East Jerusalem Arabs as 'Native-born Residents'
Over 14,000 Arabs have had their residency rights revoked since 1967 because they were absent from Jerusalem for more than 7 years. Court ruling challenges practice that treated them like immigrants in their own city.
Police say the geographic consulting firm is passing the information to Palestinian security forces in Ramallah.
Ibrahim Mattar, who stabbed two police officers before being shot, prayed in Al-Aqsa Mosque every morning ■ For Palestinians, there's a rising sense of threat to Al-Aqsa, the result of a series of event Israelis don't see as connected at all.
Parents say the move will interfere with the holding of the Palestinian matriculation exams; they're also protesting the closing of a school said to have Hamas links.
East Jerusalem suspect allegedly opened faucets of gas canisters outside popular 'Toy' bar, tossed a lit cigarette before escaping. Police say he admitted under questioning.
As the city grows, 300-400 of the mammals have to make do with less free land and more predators.