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Jerusalem Shabbat Public Transportation Project in Danger of Closing

The main contributor to the project has ceased all his support, because of his own financial trouble.

Police Remove Arab Family from Reclaimed Jewish Home in Eastern Jerusalem

The land and the home belonged to Jews who lived there before the 1948 War of Independence, but as is the case in many other eastern Jerusalem homes, Arabs took control of the Jewish properties after harming the Jewish owners who fled in invading Jordanian Legion.

New Archaeology Exhibition: Ancient Bureaucracy and Clerks From Israel’s Past

A collection of seals, some with ancient Hebrew inscriptions, and other new findings go on public display this week at the annual City of David archaeology conference.

Netanyahu Calls to Increase Number, Quality of Bible Studies Teachers

"I do exactly as I say: 'I practice what I preach'," Netanyahu said; he holds a weekly Bible study class at his official residence in Jerusalem.

Rivlin is No Sore Loser: ‘Like Football, Running the Government is Like Teamwork’

The Macedonia leader said his delegation hopes to learn from Israel about building new jobs, as well as connect with the youth, with hi-tech, and learn new approaches to agriculture.

Rivlin, Coates, and Cohen Discuss US-Israeli Security

U.S. Director of National Intelligence Dan Coates was accompanied by Israeli Mossad Director Yossi Cohen.

Hail the Chief Justice: Israelis Prove they Still Have a Sense of Humor

The court's security guards—not nearly as able in the humor dept.—reported the artistic offense to police which launched an investigation that includes forensics officers.

Jerusalem Doctors Treat Rare ‘Treeman’ Virus

"After years of being ashamed and staying at home, unable to work and unwilling to show my hand to people, I have finally been given some hope of my life returning to the way it used to be."

Netanyahu, Guterres, Review Israeli Innovation Success

Water-Gen is a technology that provides an inexpensive, available and renewable source of clean fresh drinking water by directly extracting it from the atmosphere.

PM Netanyahu Tells UN’s Guterres to Stop Illegal UN Construction in Jerusalem

Netanyahu told Guterres that the UN should respect the building codes and the law in Israel.

UN’s Guterres Meets Families of Hamas-Held Hostages in Gaza

“Hamas is displaying appalling cruelty by holding our citizens and soldiers. The UN must act to ensure their return to Israel.”

Watch as Conan O’Brien Dines With ‘Top Dog’ in Jerusalem

On Monday O'Brien toured around the holy city of Jerusalem. He is also expected to visit Bethlehem during his week-long stay.

Ahead of Decisive High Court Debate, Non-Orthodox Movements Demand Share in Running Western Wall

The members of the Conservative, Reform, Women of the Wall, and other non-Orthodox groups tell the high court that, as is always the case in real estate, they can no longer accept the devaluation of their share in the ancient relic on account of reduced exposure to street traffic, or, you guessed it: location, location, location.

Conan O’Brien Jokes His Way Through Journey in Holy Land

Conan, an Irish Catholic, said he was looking forward to visiting the ancient sites in Israel, and said he would travel to Jerusalem and Bethlehem.

MKs Glick, Mualem-Refaeli Denied Entry to Temple Mount

The police officer told them he was carrying out an order from Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and asked Glick not to be “provocative.”

Arab Caught with Knife on Jerusalem’s Light Rail

The suspect was transferred for police interrogation.

Emperor Justinian Mosaic Inscription Unearthed near Damascus Gate

The Greek inscription mentioning the Byzantine emperor Justinian was exposed on a mosaic floor in a room that was probably used as a hostel for pilgrims.

When It Cools Down a Little, You Can’t Miss the Third Jerusalem Biennale for...

In honor of the Balfour Declaration centennial, Biennale2017 will showcase specially-commissioned works by three British artists exploring this watershed in recent Jewish history and host a special event in the Knesset.

Israel Bans Palestinian Authority Curriculum for Girls’ School in Al-Aqsa Mosque

The school was inspected and items were confiscated during the riots on and outside the Temple Mount in mid-July.

Tel Aviv–Jerusalem High-Speed Train Passes First Test Ahead of April 2018 Opening

The new, high-speed railway has been criticized by the political left and the Palestinian Authority for passing through about 4 miles of Judea and Samaria, most of it through tunnels.

High Court Sides with Illegal Bedouin Settlers Cutting Off Ma’aleh Adumim from Jerusalem

The judges – Esther Hayut, Uzi Fogelman and Daphne Barak-Erez – favored the Bedouin cause and ordered the Civil Administration to show up in court by September 3 to respond to the claims of contempt.

UNRWA Brings Gaza Children to Visit Jerusalem

UNRWA representative Scott Anderson said the children, 84 of whom had never been out of Gaza before, were "over the moon" with excitement.

Hebron Man Arrested, Charged With Supporting ISIS

"The fact that the suspect lived until a short time ago on the outskirts of Jerusalem shows how great the danger is."

20,000 Jewish Visitors to Temple Mount So Far This Year

The record has been 20,060 Jewish visitors ascending to the Temple Mount within one year.

Arab Woman Prevents Jerusalem Terror Attack

The woman from Shuafat saw the man from Shuafat hide the knife as he got onto the bus...

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