How many illegal Arab structures are there in the city? Why are they not being destroyed?
"This arbitrary ban is an ugly stain on our democracy, and it also undermines the rule of law."
Arab mother: "Life is zero, life is worthless. That is why we have all the suicide bombers;"
Our capital was not arbitrarily chosen, as capitals of some other nations were.
Jerusalem: The historic and spiritual capital of the State of Israel and the Jewish people.
It is critical to note the solid legal basis for the position that no part of Jerusalem is actually "occupied."
Jerusalem: extraordinary financial and building growth and satisfaction by both Jewish and Arab residents.
Arab attacks on Jews must be stopped and Jewish construction in Jerusalem must proceed without hindrance.
The Arab world is simply not built to accept the existence of Israel in its midst.
Under the plan, a person who was not a citizen of either the Jewish or Arab state was to be appointed governor to administer Jerusalem and to conduct external affairs...
Is it not ironic that the renewal of a decades-old Jewish town is considered an "illegal settlement" on "occupied territory"?
Much has been written about President Shimon Peres's promises to grant the Vatican official status in Jerusalem and control over its holy sites.
One of the claims made by pro-Arab interests on Jerusalem is against archaeological findings.
National park status is, unfortunately, not an ironclad guarantee against Arab encroachment.
While the Temple Mount evokes such strong Muslim emotions, it is no longer clear that it does the same for most Jews.
Gilo, Har Homa and Ramat Shlomo – among the Jerusalem neighborhoods liberated from Jordanian control during the Six-Day War – are scheduled to gain hundreds of apartments.
What exactly does MK Hanegbi mean when he says "no division of Jerusalem?"
While Lyon is backed by the haredi parties, Barkat has been endorsed by leading religious-Zionist rabbis.
The Israeli curriculum is also offensive, according to Ma'an, because it actually dares to refer to Israel as a bastion of human rights and democracy.
If peace talks are such a good thing, why is there so much pessimism regarding the chances of success for the Israel-PA talks? This is not a rhetorical question; it has a very concrete, specific, one-word answer: Incitement.
Yes, Israel made a sickening decision to release high-profile terrorist murderers in exchange for the PA's consent to sit at a table and insist that Israel's generous concessions do not suffice. However, it seems to have come together with a consolation prize of sorts: The announcement by Housing Minister Uri Ariel of tenders for the construction of nearly 400 new housing units in Judea and Samaria, and another close to 800 in three of Jerusalem's post-'67 neighborhoods.
How many times does PA chieftain Mahmoud Abbas have to repeat that the Israelis are planning to rebuild the Holy Temple atop the most volatile spot in the world before the world begins to accept it as true?
What could be more natural for a column dealing with Jerusalem than to pay special interest to the Temple Mount, the site of the Beit HaMikdash and the very center of the world? Especially given the distinct impression that throughout Israel, interest in this holiest spot has been swelling notably?
When we talk about developing Jerusalem and ensuring that it remains united under Jewish sovereignty, what could be more critical than actually building Jewish housing? Yet it is an open secret that the Netanyahu government has been waging a long-running general construction freeze in the Jewish areas of Judea and Samaria (Yesha), as well as in the liberated areas of Yerushalayim.