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"It is important to make clear, before the start of a diplomatic process, that Jerusalem will never be divided under any circumstance."
Tourism Minister Yariv Levin called it "an important decision that will change the face of the city and significantly upgrade the tourist experience."
Jamil Tamimi, 57, is accused of stabbing 21-year-old British student Hanna Bladon to death as she was riding on the Jerusalem Light Rail.
The suspect was arrested and taken for questioning at the Shalem police station.
Stoning attacks in Israel's capital seemed to spike after the Jerusalem resolution by UNESCO's World Heritage Committee.
Arab terrorists from Jerusalem and surrounds are trying hard to frighten Jews from moving into new neighborhoods in the area.
The new plan is intended to improve the personal safety of those ascending the mount and to prevent vandalism and desecration of the graves.
Arab terrorists hurled rocks at Egged bus 83, smashing its windshield, in Ma'ale Zeitim across from the Mount of Olives cemetery.
The police seem afraid to confront the actual source of the problem.
Arab vandals smashed and burned tombstones, bushes and trees in the ancient Mount of Olives cemetery Tuesday night.
Jewish participation in peace programs does not provide immunity from Arab terror attacks.
An 8-year-old Jerusalem Arab boy is learning to be a terrorist; he was caught hurling rocks at police on the Mt. of Olives.
Israeli President Reuven Rivlin inspected the Afghan section of the cemetery on the Mount of Olives Monday, a site which has seen repeated vandalism and destruction by some of East Jerusalem's Arab residents.
Yishai hosts ZOA Israel Director Jeff Daube, International Committee for the Preservation of Har HaZeitim (ICPHH) chair Abe Lubinsky, committee volunteer Dr. Paul Rosenstock and Rabbi Mike Feuer.Daube, Lubinsky and Rosenstock discuss the work of the ICPHH, dedicated to stopping the defilement of Judaism’s oldest and holiest cemetery, with more than 150,000 graves. Through neglect on the part of Israeli authorities and acts of anti-Semitism, it has been desecrated and its visitors and mourners attacked. Then, Yishai is joined by Rabbi Mike Feuer to delve into this week’s Torah portion, Balak, where curses are transformed into blessings.
Mirella Petteni Haggiag, a former Italian model from Rome, makes her way through the tombstones with a garbage bag in her hand several times of year when she visits Israel.