The ban was originally issued in 1935 by Haj Amin al-Husseini, the pro-Nazi Jerusalem Grand Mufti.
Some people just aren't happy when Jews move back in.
The Ateret Cohanim Association is the one that purchased the four new housing complexes in the village.
Decades-long study provides basis for close monitoring of people who have experienced trauma early in life and the impact it can have on long-term health.
As long as US liberal Jews and AOC are getting along, we won't make a fuss.
The Waqf council has been challenging the Jordanian crown, which preferred a more peaceful management of the Temple Mount sanctuary.
Presumably, the change in police attitude regarding open Jewish prayer on the Temple Mount has to do with the man who runs the police these days, Minister of Public Security Amir Ohana (Likud).
Joint Hebrew U-Yale University study provides new glimpse into animal cognition.
Kadosh, 74, sustained a head injury during the mugging, which occurred while he stopped to put air in his tires at a Jerusalem gas station—mere hours before his daughter’s wedding.
The idea for a mass ceremony of the Birkat Cohanim at the Western Wall was initiated by Rabbi Menachem Mendel Geffner in the summer of 1970.
Major cracks in King Herod’s Phasael Tower being repaired to lessen risk of collapse.
Enlisting fire and water to remove the chametz and bring in the cleanliness of freedom.
“I’ve been doing this for more than eight years and every time I help someone, it is a gift."
The assailant encouraged others to hit him, and the gang was beating him and yelling out that the complainant was a Jew who broke into the Al-Aqsa mosque.
Imam Mustapha Elturk: “Not all Jews are bad; some Jews and Christians are doing our work for us, as a matter of fact.”
"The People of Israel are beginning to wake up and ascend the Temple Mount after a year of the Coronavirus plague."
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu praised both countries for acting to open official entities in Jerusalem, saying Israel appreciates “them helping us on the international stage, as true friends do.”
Ah, if only Yoni Van Leeuwen could SMS Yalta, she'd teach that kashrut inspector a thing or two.
Hebrew University researchers unveil a chain of physiological events that may help provide new methods for disease diagnosis.
Flash90's Olivier Fitoussi on Wednesday went out to discover groups of Jerusalemites with and without facemasks shopping and enjoying the restaurants, cafes, and stalls of the Mahane Yehuda Market.
The abbey later erected a massive gate that prevents access to the area above ground between the abbey and Beit Yosef, even though it is zoned as a public use area.
This application represented the first time that the bionic chip was used to develop a drug protocol while avoiding the traditional dependence on animal testing.
Almost everyone on the busy streets is wearing a facemask, but who can maintain a 6 ft. distance in those busy crowds?
PM Frederiksen told reporters in Copenhagen on Tuesday that partnering on a vaccine plant with Israel “isn’t an unrealistic scenario.”
The officer sustained a head injury. He was taken to a Jerusalem hospital for treatment.
"Beyond the safety hazards that accompany unauthorized electrical connections without any supervision, this move constitutes making permanent the illegal construction in the area."
The driver fled the scene but was subsequently picked up and arrested by police. He is being held for questioning.
In order to prevent Purim gatherings in Jerusalem, bus and train traffic to and from the city has been blocked starting Saturday night.
The significant changes in the practice of Purim apply mainly to the surrounded cities, out of which we know for certain only about Jerusalem and Jericho.
How lucky we are to have Nir Hasson report on Wednesday in "Israel's NY Times," a.k.a Haaretz: "Israel Opens Vaccination Center at Checkpoint to Reach Palestinian East Jerusalem Residents."