Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu restated his government’s commitment to the status quo on the Temple Mount after a government minister said it was her dream to see an Israeli flag fly on the site.
The Obama administration voiced concern about news that the Israeli government might revoke residency of Palestinians living in east Jerusalem8
A terrorist attack on a bus in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Armon Hanatziv (East Talpiyot) claimed a third life on Tuesday, when a victim who was shot and stabbed succumbed to his wounds.
The Simon Wiesenthal Center expressed concern at what it describes as a proliferation of expressions of anti-Semitism in Morocco.17
Two Jerusalem natives, one Arab and the other Jewish, reflect on their divided city, 50 years after the Six-Day War.
J.K. Rowling has defended her decision to oppose a cultural boycott of Israel in a post on her Twitter account.11
More than 300 scholars affiliated with British academic institutions signed a letter pledging not to cooperate with Israeli academic institutions.15
A haredi Orthodox lawmaker in Israel compared the Women of the Wall organization to the Muslim Murabitat, a banned group of women who harass Jewish visitors to the Temple Mount.4
A class-action lawsuit against Facebook is accusing the social media platform of ignoring widespread Palestinian posts calling for violence against Jews.
A Muslim family in southern Florida has hung an Israeli flag in the window of their tailor shop.
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