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"If we had publicized the fact that we had bought the land, they would have found a way to expropriate the lots from our hands."
Dr. Khalil Tukfaji, a geographer who researches Israeli settlements in Judea and Samaria, was arrested and taken for questioning.
Supreme Court President Justice Miriam Na'or makes sure the cases that deal with settlements would usually receive panels with an anti-settlement majority.
The original Muezzin bill was tabled and the Knesset ordered a report that said mosque loudspeakers have been around since loudspeakers had been invented, recommending a dialogue with the Muslim authorities.
The PM’s office has been ordering the cancellation of demolitions of illegal construction in east Jerusalem. Some call it awarding terrorism, others an attempt to avoid an even greater escalation.
Arab terrorists threw firebombs at a Jerusalem car, severely burning the driver and two more people.
The Jerusalem Light Rail is cutting its route in order to dodge Arab terror in the northern part of the city, at least for now.
PA Arab leader Mahmoud Abbas demanded Israeli PM Netanyahu condemn Arab boy's murder, after Bibi had already unequivocally condemned it, without the international prodding that Abbas needed.
Greetings from the Roman Empire! Thanks to the need to install a new drainage pipe, archaeologists have dug up for the first time a well-preserved section of an ancient road in the capital.
The European Union on Saturday condemned the eviction of Arab squatters from a house in Beit Hanina on Wednesday, despite an eight-year court case proving that the land they occupied belonged to Jews. One squatter family left voluntarily, one refused, was evicted by police.