Articles in "Jerusalem"

Stone Drops from Western Wall; No Injuries

A 1-ton stone dropped out of the Western Wall in Jerusalem Monday.  The stone smashed on the ground, near the Robinson’s Arch ...

Lack of Funding Threatens to Shut Down Temple Mount Sifting Project

Archeologists in Jerusalem say they have uncovered evidence from the Temple Mount that appears to corroborate large sections of the ...

Jewish, Arab MKs Faceoff Over PM’s Decision to Rescind Temple Mount Ban Written

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu accepted a request Tuesday by MK Yehuda Glick (Likud) and rescinded his executive order Tuesday ...

Kulanu’s Azaria To Become First Woman Candidate For Jerusalem Mayor

MK Rachel Azaria (Kulanu) announced Sunday she will leave the Knesset to run for mayor of Jerusalem this fall. Azaria will become the first ...

Netanyahu to Latin American Diplomats: ‘Move Your Embassies to Jerusalem’

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu met with a delegation of Foreign Affairs Committee Chairmen from various Latin American parliaments ...

Western Wall Officials Warn Women’s Group Not to Violate Site Regulations

The Women of the Wall organization has rejected a warning by the Ministry of Religious Affairs that police would use force to remove them ...

Jerusalem Embassy Won’t Mean ‘Jerusalem, Israel’ on US Passports

Despite the transfer of the US embassy in Israel to Jerusalem and President Donald Trump’s formal recognition last December of Jerusalem ...

March of Nations Brings Color, Song to Downtown Jerusalem

About 3,000 people from some 40 countries thronged the streets of downtown Jerusalem on a warm spring day Tuesday to celebrate Israel’s ...

Friedman: ‘Welcome to the United States Embassy in Jerusalem, Israel’

JERUSALEM - About 500 people, including Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu, President Reuven (Ruby) Rivlin, US Ambassador to Israel David ...

On Jerusalem Day, Some 10% Of Israel’s Population Lives In Capital

On Jerusalem Day, commemorating the 51st anniversary of the reunification of Jerusalem on June 1967,  882,700 people, some 10 percent of ...