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At issue is the agreement with the city of Bnei Brak that prohibits digging and other work on the Light Rail tracks during the Sabbath and on Yom Kippur.
There have been many plans announced to develop northern Israel, but this time the government is putting money and a time frame behind the proclamation.
A long-term railway construction project will result in a high-speed train line from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, with a stop at the Temple Mount and Western Wall.
The Jerusalem municipality has approved two more lines for the city's Light Rail and an extension of the current Red Line.
Jerusalem Police were called to check a possible bomb under a Light Rail stop at the Damascus Gate.
Police and IDF soldiers protected workers who demolished a terrorist's home in the Jerusalem neighborhood of Shuafat.
Jerusalem's Light Rail came under attack on Tuesday morning. No passengers injured but the train was damaged - again.
Cleared for publication: Arab teenager from Old City took a large knife from home to murder Jews.
Jerusalem's Light Rail was attacked at least twice Thursday by Arabs hurling rocks in Shuafat -- again.
Jerusalem Arabs threw rocks at the Jerusalem Light Rail train on the route that passes through the Arab Shuafat neighborhood in northern Jerusalem. The train...
The riots turned from property damage to attempts to harm innocents quickly.
The U.S. Embassy in Tel Aviv has prohibited its personnel from riding the Jerusalem light rail train from French Hill to Pisgat Ze’ev, in...
Despite PM Netanyahu's vow to "assert sovereignty" over all parts of Jerusalem, Arabs continue to carry out potentially lethal rock attacks.
The first intifada began with Ishmael 3,500 years ago and never ended.
The baby that was injured in the suspected terror attack this evening died in the hospital.
Jerusalem is cracking down on violence. Arab attackers were arrested for hurling rocks at the Light Rail.
Jerusalem's Light Rail cars are reduced by one third due to Arab intifada attacks, also referred to as ‘travel terror’ or ‘rock attacks.’
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