Email
Password
Remember meForgot password?
    Log in with Twitter

Jerusalem News

Tens of thousands of Israelis march to mark capture of east Jerusalem

Jerusalem - Tens of thousands of flag-waving Israelis marched through Jerusalem on Sunday to mark their country's capture of the city's east in a 1967 war with tensions heightened due to the holiday coinciding with the final days of Ramadan.

Clashes erupt at flashpoint Jerusalem holy site

Jerusalem - Palestinian worshippers clashed with Israeli police at a highly sensitive Jerusalem holy site on Sunday as an Israeli holiday coincided with the final days of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.

Two Israelis wounded in Jerusalem stabbings, attacker killed: police

Jerusalem - A Palestinian stabbed and wounded two Israelis across the Old City of annexed east Jerusalem on Friday before being shot dead, police said, in an uptick in violence despite tight security for Ramadan.

In Jerusalem's Old City, conflict means buyer and seller beware

Jerusalem - In an alley in Jerusalem's Old City, a three-storey building has become a symbol of Palestinian fears they are losing precious ground in the historic area.

Palestinians slam Australia's move on Jerusalem

Ramallah - The Palestinian leadership on Saturday described as "irresponsible" Australia's recognition of west Jerusalem as Israel's capital, saying it violated international law.

Candidate backed by ultra-Orthodox elected Jerusalem mayor

Jerusalem - A candidate backed by ultra-Orthodox Jewish groups has been elected mayor of Jerusalem by a narrow margin, an official said on Thursday after a municipal election runoff.

Candidate backed by ultra-Orthodox groups in line for Jerusalem mayor

Jerusalem - A candidate backed by ultra-Orthodox Jewish groups is in line to become Jerusalem mayor after a runoff vote for Israeli local elections, results showed Wednesday.

Palestinians debate value of Jerusalem vote boycott

Jerusalem - As Jerusalem voters go to the polls Tuesday for municipal elections, Palestinians are debating not which candidate to back -- but whether to cast their ballots at all.

Australia hesitates as Jerusalem embassy move draws fire

Sydney - Facing a domestic backlash and the threat of foreign trade retaliation, Australia's Prime Minister on Tuesday appeared to slow-peddle a controversial decision to move the country's embassy to Jerusalem, saying he would first consult with allies.

Israel police close gates to Al-Aqsa mosque after clashes

Jerusalem - Israeli police closed the gates to Jerusalem's flashpoint Al-Aqsa mosque compound Friday, an AFP photographer said, after clashes erupted with Palestinian worshippers following midday prayers.

‘Jerusalem’, ‘Life After’, ‘Orphée’ dominate this year’s Doras Special

Toronto - It was an evening of rampant rule-breaking at the thirty-ninth Dora Mavor Moore Awards last night – the annual ceremony recognizing the best in Toronto theatre – as winners littered the stage with random F-bombs and overlong speeches.

US embassy opening in Jerusalem, killings and outrage

Jerusalem - The opening of the US embassy in Jerusalem, after Washington recognised the disputed city as Israel's capital, sparked deadly demonstrations in Gaza in which Israeli forces killed dozens of Palestinians.Here is an overview.

US embassy opening in Jerusalem, killings and outrage

Jerusalem - The opening of the US embassy in Jerusalem, after Washington recognised the disputed city as Israel's capital, sparked deadly demonstrations in Gaza in which Israeli forces killed dozens of Palestinians.Here is an overview.

Israelis march, bask in pro-US fervour ahead of embassy move

Jerusalem - Israelis basked in national pride and pro-American fervour Sunday as tens of thousands marched in Jerusalem, a day ahead of the controversial US embassy move to the disputed city.

Israelis march, bask in national pride ahead of US embassy move

Jerusalem - Israelis basked in national pride and prepared for a Jerusalem march expected to draw tens of thousands Sunday, a day ahead of the controversial US embassy move to the disputed city.

US not the first nor last embassy to open in Jerusalem

Jerusalem - When the United States opens its embassy in Jerusalem on Monday it will be the most high-profile diplomatic inauguration in the holy city, but not the first nor the last.

Arab ire at US Jerusalem move looks unlikely to spark action

Dubai - Arab leaders at a summit in Saudi Arabia have slammed Washington's decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel's capital and move its embassy there, but analysts say their words are unlikely to lead to action.

Saudi king announces $150 million for East Jerusalem

Apo - Saudi Arabia's King Salman on Sunday announced a $150-million (120 million euro) donation for the maintenance of Islamic heritage in East Jerusalem.

Franciscan friars, guardians of Jerusalem's Holy Sepulchre

Jerusalem - Wearing traditional brown robes held in place by a white belt with three knots symbolising vows of "poverty, chastity and obedience", Franciscan friars have long been a part of Jerusalem's landscape.

Christians mark Easter at Jerusalem's Holy Sepulchre

Jerusalem - Hundreds of pilgrims filed into Jerusalem's Church of the Holy Sepulchre -- believed to be the site of Jesus's resurrection -- for Easter celebrations on Sunday.

Israel moves to destroy Jerusalem attacker's home

Jerusalem - Israeli forces are preparing to demolish the West Bank home of a Palestinian who murdered a Jewish man in Jerusalem's Old City before being shot dead, the army said Monday.

Palestinian stabs Israeli in Jerusalem's Old City, shot dead: officials

Jerusalem - A Palestinian stabbed and seriously wounded an Israeli security guard in Jerusalem's Old City on Sunday before being shot dead by a police officer, Israeli authorities said.

Netanyahu to talk with Trump about attending embassy opening

Jerusalem - Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has said he will discuss the possibility of US President Donald Trump attending the May opening of the US embassy in Jerusalem when he meets Trump on Monday.

Church at Jesus's traditional burial site reopens after protest

Jerusalem - The Jerusalem church built at the site many see as the holiest in Christianity reopened on Wednesday after a three-day closure in protest at Israeli measures, a move that had left thousands of visitors locked outside.

Israel suspends actions that led to closure of Christian holy site

Jerusalem - Israel on Tuesday suspended tax measures and other actions that led to the rare closure of the church built at what is seen as the holiest site in Christianity, shut down all week in protest.

Israel suspends actions that led to closure of Christian holy site

Jerusalem - Israel on Tuesday suspended tax measures and other actions that led to the rare closure of the church built at what is seen as the holiest site in Christianity.

Pilgrims locked out as Jerusalem holy site shut for second day

Jerusalem - The Jerusalem church built at what many consider the holiest site in Christianity remained closed for a second day Monday to protest Israeli tax measures and a proposed law, leaving hundreds of disappointed and perplexed pilgrims locked outside.

Church at Jesus's traditional burial site closed in tax dispute

Jerusalem - Christian leaders took the rare step on Sunday of closing Jerusalem's Church of the Holy Sepulchre, built where tradition holds Jesus was buried, in protest at Israeli tax measures and a proposed property law.

No talks with US until Jerusalem move reversed: Palestinian official

Ramallah - The Palestinians' top negotiator said Tuesday there could be no discussions with US President Donald Trump's administration until his recognition of Jerusalem as Israel's capital is reversed.

Palestinians say Jerusalem 'not for sale' after Trump aid threat

Ramallah - Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas's office said Wednesday Jerusalem is "not for sale" after US President Donald Trump threatened to cut annual aid of more than $300 million to force them to the negotiating table.
  1 2 3 4 5 6 ... 8 Next»

Set up a news alert for

Jerusalem


Jerusalem Image

Sitting on 20 acres  the Israel Museum  Jerusalem is one of the world s finest.
Sitting on 20 acres, the Israel Museum, Jerusalem is one of the world's finest.
Yair Haklai
KIA Epic Israel
KIA Epic Israel
KIA Epic Israel
The lintel stone weighs over 300 kilograms  and has been buried for over 2 000-years.
Israel Antiqu...
The lintel stone weighs over 300 kilograms, and has been buried for over 2,000-years. Israel Antiquities Authority: This is among the most important Latin inscriptions ever discovered in Jerusalem.
Daniel K. Isenbud/screen grab
13 August 2010  East Jerusalem. Palestinian are making sweets for Ramadan
13 August 2010, East Jerusalem. Palestinian are making sweets for Ramadan
A Rabbi is lighting all the nine candles of a huge Menorah situated at Jaffa Gate for the last day o...
A Rabbi is lighting all the nine candles of a huge Menorah situated at Jaffa Gate for the last day of Hanukkah 2010. Photo: Alessandro Di Maio
A portion of the oldest written document ever discovered  unearthed in Jerusalem -- a tablet with wr...
A portion of the oldest written document ever discovered, unearthed in Jerusalem -- a tablet with writing on it, dated 14th century BCE
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
13 August 2010. Muslims pilgrims going to the Al-Aqsa Mosque for the First Friday prayers of Ramadan...
13 August 2010. Muslims pilgrims going to the Al-Aqsa Mosque for the First Friday prayers of Ramadan 2010. (East Jerusalem)
(from left to right): Director of the International Christian Embassy in Jerusalem Juergen Buehler  ...
(from left to right): Director of the International Christian Embassy in Jerusalem Juergen Buehler, Director-General of the Tourism Ministry Noaz Bar-Nir, H.E Nunzio Giuseppe Lazzarotto, Greek Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem His Beatitude Patriarch Theophilos III, Tourism Minister Stas Misezhnikov, Custos of the Holy Land Fr. Pierbattista Pizzaballa, and from the Latin Patriarchate Mons. William Shumali and Bishop Giacinto Boulos Marcuzzo of Nazareth
Sasson Tiram
13 August 2010. Palestinian kids playing in East Jerusalem because they are happy for Ramadan.
13 August 2010. Palestinian kids playing in East Jerusalem because they are happy for Ramadan.
Noam Shalit  Gilad s father  changes the number of the tricker that counts the days of Gilad s Capti...
Noam Shalit, Gilad's father, changes the number of the tricker that counts the days of Gilad's Captivity in front of the Israeli Prime Minister residence in West Jerusalem - November 11th, 2010 by Alessandro Di Maio
The Visionary Ezekiel Temple plan drawn by the 19th century French architect and Bible scholar Charl...
The Visionary Ezekiel Temple plan drawn by the 19th century French architect and Bible scholar Charles Chipiez.
19th century French architect and Bible scholar Charles Chipiez
She walks away then returns and sets the pump on fire
She walks away then returns and sets the pump on fire
YouTube
Jerusalem
Jerusalem
AFP, AFP
Fragment of a ceramic jar that contains the oldest known alphabetical text found in Jerusalem.
Fragment of a ceramic jar that contains the oldest known alphabetical text found in Jerusalem.
CREDIT: Photo courtesy of Dr. Eilat Mazar; photographed by Ouria Tadmor
Temple Mount/al-Haram al-Sharif
Temple Mount: One of the most important religious sites in the Old City of Jerusalem
Wikipedia
Fire quickly engulfs the car
Fire quickly engulfs the car
YouTube
Israelis are protesting in Tel Aviv against the eviction of Palestinian families from the neighbourh...
Israelis are protesting in Tel Aviv against the eviction of Palestinian families from the neighbourhood of Sheikh Jarrah in East Jerusalem.
A model of the Second Temple of Jerusalem  an important shrine which stood on the Temple Mount in Je...
A model of the Second Temple of Jerusalem, an important shrine which stood on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem between 516 BCE and 70 CE. It replaced the First Temple which was destroyed in 586 BCE, when the Jewish nation was exiled to Babylon..
Wikipedia
Israeli emergency services carry a body at the scene of an attack at a synagogue in the ultra-Orthod...
Israeli emergency services carry a body at the scene of an attack at a synagogue in the ultra-Orthodox Har Nof neighbourhood in Jerusalem, on November 18, 2014
Ahmad Gharabli, AFP
Scene of Jerusalem stage collapse courtesy of Israel s Channel 7
Scene of Jerusalem stage collapse courtesy of Israel's Channel 7
Israel Channel 7

Latest News
Top News