Jordan is interested in the continued survival of the Bennett-Lapid government, with the understanding that a new status quo agreement regarding Jordan’s augmented control of the Temple Mount can be extracted from it.
President Biden stressed America’s support for a two-state solution to the current conflict.
Police said the rioter fell and hit his head while hurling rocks, resulting in a serious head injury.
The Knesset Public Security Committee convened Monday to discuss the measures taken by the police to contend with Muslim disturbances at the Temple Mount...
Six Hamas-backed Waqf guards were removed from the Temple Mount, and 12 new Waqf positions were manned, “all within the existing standards, without any increase,” the Prime Minister’s Office stated.
Islamic Ra’am party chairman Mansour Abbas conditioned his support for the government upon acceptance of Jordan’s demands over the Temple Mount.
“All decisions regarding the Temple Mount and Jerusalem will be made by the Government of Israel, which is the sovereign of the city."
For the first time in nearly two weeks, Jews have been allowed to go up to the Temple Mount on Yom Haatzmaut, Israel's Independence Day.
Due to Muslim violence, the Temple Mount has been closed to Jews for the past 13 days.
The muezzin's loudspeaker is usually on full volume whenever there is a large Jewish event at the Kotel.
The massive banner on the Temple Mount showed an armed Hamas terrorist,
The Barlevs have long since enshrined themselves in Israel’s short history as humongous failures when it came to defending the country.
In the past, Jewish visitors who dared wave an Israeli flag on the Temple Mount were detained and removed from the holy site for long periods of time.
Abbas also told Lapid, referring to the Jordanians, that “their demands are our demands.”
The recent Hamas-perpetrated riots in and around the Al-Aqsa Mosque were a wake-up call for the Jordanians.
There are plenty of Israeli government ministers and MKs who would be happy to curb the religious rights of Jews on the Temple Mount.
PLO and Hamas flags were raised and chants were shouted about massacring the Jews.
“The two leaders discussed in detail recent efforts to stem violence in Israel and the West Bank,” said a White House statement.
The Temple Mount is currently officially closed to Jews.
“In the eyes of the Palestinians and the Jordanians, this is the most comfortable Israeli government in many years and the wave of condemnation of Israel is nothing but a political show..."
The reasons for the unprecedented violence at the Al-Aqsa Mosque and the presence of green Hamas flags on the Temple Mount should be sought among the Islamic Movement in Israel, Hamas, and the Muslim Brotherhood.
While Muslims enter the holy site freely, Jews are screened by metal detectors, undergo security searches, and are banned from bringing Jewish religious objects to the site.
The expulsion of Jews hasn't appeased the rioters.
A female police officer was wounded in the attacks by Arab extremists on the Temple Mount.
Bennett took a ride on Netanyahu’s record in dealing with Gaza violence.
This June we’ll mark 55 years since General Motta Gur hollered: “The Temple Mount is in our hands!” – only to recognize that it really isn’t.
The holy compound was finally opened for Jews after about a half hour’s delay and would remain open, because it’s Ramadan, only until 10:30 AM.
The fate of Bennett's government rests on the goodwill of the Muslim Brotherhood in Israel, a.k.a. the Shura Council.
In response to the pressure, Israeli Prime Minister Naftali Bennett decided to close the Temple Mount to Jews until the end of Ramadan.
Many people see this as Bennett capitulating to Mansour Abbas's demands.