Palestinians claim Israeli restrictions on ‘imports’ to East Jerusalem are unfair
The proposal, which does not have Israeli government support, is being advocated by a campaign group
In its 100 years, the hymn 'Jerusalem' has been sung with feeling by those of all political colours, says Peter Silverton
Archaeologists say the complex is around 1,600 years old
Bramley apples can bring an exquisite tartness to a vast range of dishes, both sweet and savoury
The two teenagers and a third man, who is pleading insanity, kidnapped Abu Khdeir outside a mosque
One policewoman was critically wounded in the attack, Israeli police said
Supporters of the change said it marked a historic show of government support for liberal streams of Judaism
'A lot of what's happening is frustration... the frustration of people who see huge gaps between west and east Jerusalem'
State media says forces stormed and 'liberated' a replica of the mosque from Israeli control during training exercise
A youth charity, women's business group and building group barred the London Mayor from events in the West Bank
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The cameraman for France 2 was attacked despite telling police in Hebrew that he was an accredited journalist
It was a sense of powerlessness among the Palestinian population that drove the previous intifadas, and that can be found in abundance today
Three Israelis and three Palestinians, including two attackers, died on Tuesday and the violence shows no sign of abating
Security minister Gilad Erdan argued that funerals turn into 'an exhibition of support for terror and incitement to murder'