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Israeli police and Palestinian protesters clash during holiest night of Ramadan
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More than 60 Palestinians injured in new Jerusalem clashes
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World reacts as Jerusalem tensions escalate
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Palestinians arrested at protest over Jerusalem evictions
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Abbas delays Palestinian parliamentary polls, blaming Israel
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Greek-Orthodox Patriarch performs 'washing of the feet' in Jerusalem
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Orthodox Christians mark Palm Sunday in Jerusalem
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Clashes in Jerusalem over Ramadan gatherings
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Nightly clashes in Jerusalem continue during holy month of Ramadan
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Israelis flock Jerusalem's streets unmasked
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Netanyahu gets nod to form Israeli government
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Christians mark Good Friday in Jerusalem inching towards normalcy
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Jerusalem's Ultra-Orthodox Jews celebrate Passover
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Israel election: Exit polls indicate Netanyahu's party ahead but short of majority
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Thousands protest Israel's PM ahead of election
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Palestinian and Jewish protester clashes leave more than 100 injured in JerusalemJewish and Palestinian protesters clashed with each other and the Israeli police in Jerusalem early on Friday in the city's most serious violence since 2015.
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Exclusive: Israel builds new Jerusalem road that will link settlements as government weighs West Bank annexationConstruction is under way on a major new ring road for Jerusalem that Israeli officials say will benefit all of its residents, but critics of the project say is another obstacle to Palestinian hopes to..
Condolences from Netanyahu, a week after police kill autistic PalestinianMore than a week after Israeli police shot dead an unarmed and autistic Palestinian in Jerusalem, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday called the killing a tragedy and offered his condolences to..
Factbox: Latest on the worldwide spread of the coronavirusGradual easing of coronavirus restrictions around the world included some openings for the faithful, including Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque compound which reopened to Muslim worshippers and visitors on..
Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque compound reopens after more than two monthsJerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque compound reopened to Muslim worshippers and visitors on Sunday after a two-and-a-half month coronavirus closure, but authorities imposed some precautions as health officials..
Israeli police fatally shoot man in Jerusalem's Old City - spokesmanIsraeli police officers fatally shot a man they suspected was carrying a weapon in Jerusalem's Old City on Saturday, a police spokesman said, but the Palestinian suspect was later found to have been..
Netanyahu arrives at court for corruption trial, says case aimed at "toppling me, in any way possible"Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu arrived on Sunday at the Jerusalem court for the start of his corruption trial and said his opponents were aiming to oust him.
Israel's Netanyahu goes on trial for corruptionThe corruption trial of Benjamin Netanyahu opens on Sunday in a Jerusalem court, where he will become the first serving Israeli prime minister to face criminal prosecution, in a case he calls a..
Prayers at Jerusalem's al-Aqsa mosque compound to resume next week: statementMuslim prayers at Jerusalem's al-Aqsa mosque compound will resume next week after a nearly two-month pause now that the spread of the new coronavirus has slowed, a religious council said on Tuesday.
Masked and partitioned, worshippers return to Jerusalem's Western WallWorshippers are returning to the Western Wall in Jerusalem as Judaism's holiest prayer site gradually reopens under eased coronavirus precautions. But now they are themselves being walled-off.
Parking lot prayers: Muslims in Jaffa and Jerusalem improvise for RamadanShortly after sunset, Muslims in the ancient Israeli port city of Jaffa filed quietly into an empty parking lot for Ramadan prayers, after the coronavirus outbreak forced mosques to close in Israel and..
Islam's holiest sites emptied by coronavirus crisis as Ramadan beginsThe holy month of Ramadan began on Friday with Islam's holiest sites in Saudi Arabia and Jerusalem largely empty of worshippers as the coronavirus crisis forced authorities to impose unprecedented..
Al-Aqsa preacher's voice echoes across Jerusalem devoid of Ramadan crowdsAn imam standing atop an 18-foot pulpit in a near-empty Al-Aqsa Mosque delivered the first Friday prayers of Ramadan in Jerusalem, his voice echoing across an empty and windswept plateau almost devoid..
Too poor to buy, too scared to meet: Palestinians face joyless RamadanThe electric lanterns and ornate decorations of Ramadan would normally be hanging in the streets of Gaza, the West Bank and east Jerusalem by now, but not this year amid coronavirus restrictions and..
Israeli forces kill Palestinian attacker near Jerusalem: policeIsraeli security forces shot and killed a Palestinian man who stabbed a police officer at a checkpoint near Jerusalem on Wednesday, an Israeli police spokesman said.
A Holy Land Easter season like no other - under the shadow of coronavirusOrthodox Christians celebrated Easter in Jerusalem on Sunday, bringing to a close a holiday season uniquely devoid of the colourful ceremonies that would normally have echoed around the Old City's..
Holy Fire lit as Orthodox Easter bells echo over near-empty JerusalemThe Holy Fire ceremony symbolising Jesus' resurrection was lit in a deserted Jerusalem on Saturday, without the joyful throng of Orthodox Christian pilgrims who normally attend a spectacle that brings..
Orthodox church forsakes Via Dolorosa procession in JerusalemThe streets of Jerusalem's Old City were eerily quiet on Friday, after Greek Orthodox church authorities cancelled the traditional Easter procession along the Via Dolorosa amid a nationwide coronavirus..
Ramadan prayers banned at Jerusalem's al-Aqsa mosque due to virusJerusalem's al-Aqsa mosque compound will be closed to Muslim worshippers throughout the holy fasting month of Ramadan due to the coronavirus epidemic, Muslim clerics at Islam's third-holiest site said..
Prayers at Jerusalem's al-Aqsa mosque compound suspended for Ramadan: Muslim clericsJerusalem's al-Aqsa mosque compound will be closed to Muslim worshippers throughout the holy fasting month of Ramadan due to the coronavirus epidemic, the Jordan-appointed council that oversees Islam's..
Israel closes off Jerusalem's ultra-Orthodox areas to stem coronavirus spreadIsrael locked down mainly ultra-Orthodox Jewish areas of Jerusalem on Sunday to try to contain the spread of the coronavirus from the densely populated neighbourhoods where the infection rate is high.
'Life will prevail' says Holy Land archbishop on Easter SundayWith Jerusalem under lockdown over coronavirus, Easter Sunday was marked at the traditional site of Jesus' death and resurrection by just a handful of Christian clerics.
On an empty Via Dolorosa, archbishop urges Good Friday prayer for the dyingOn an eerie Good Friday in Jerusalem, a handful of Franciscan friars - some wearing face masks - commemorated Jesus' crucifixion and resurrection along a Via Dolorosa in lockdown and empty of pilgrims.
On Good Friday, Jerusalem archbishop urges prayer for the suffering and dyingOn a sombre and quiet Good Friday in Jerusalem, the Vatican's apostolic administrator in the Holy Land called for prayer for people suffering and dying from the coronavirus.
On an empty Via Dolorosa before Easter, praying for the world's sickBrown-robed Franciscans stride through a shuttered and deserted Jerusalem to the Church of the Holy Sepulchre, the global focus of the most important festival in the Christian calendar - but in a city..
Olive branches handed out on Palm Sunday in near-deserted JerusalemFranciscan friars wearing surgical masks and gloves made house calls in Jerusalem on Palm Sunday, delivering olive branches to Christians who are self-isolating as a precaution against the coronavirus.
Holy Land custodian urges Israel to let clerics celebrate Easter in Holy SepulchreEaster celebrations should be permitted inside the Church of the Holy Sepulchre in Jerusalem, even if only by a small number of clerics abiding by anti-coronavirus guidelines, a senior clergyman said..
Workers in hazmat suits collect prayers from 'God's mailbox' in JerusalemTwice a year, cleaning teams using long sticks gouge out tens of thousands of written prayers that visitors traditionally cram into the crevices of Judaism's Western Wall in Jerusalem.
Some ultra-Orthodox Israelis chafe at coronavirus restrictionsIsraeli police have used a drone, helicopter and stun grenades in recent days to prevent people gathering in an ultra-Orthodox Jewish neighborhood of Jerusalem in defiance of Health Ministry measures..
In Jerusalem, a Palestinian family under coronavirus lockdownA Palestinian English teacher, Jizelle Sara, faces a double challenge while observing a partial lockdown in her Jerusalem home during the coronavirus crisis.
Israeli leaders open up nuclear bunker in war on coronavirusThe Israeli government has opened up a war bunker in the Jerusalem hills to help coordinate its campaign against the spread of the coronavirus, Israeli officials said on Thursday.
Jerusalem's Church of the Holy Sepulchre closes amid coronavirus fearsJerusalem's Church of the Holy Sepulchre, revered in Christian tradition as the site of Jesus's crucifixion and burial, was closed on Wednesday as a precaution against the coronavirus.
Jewish worshippers urged not to kiss Western Wall due to coronavirus fearsThe Jewish faithful should refrain from kissing the stones of the Western Wall, the chief rabbi of the Jerusalem site said on Monday, adding to measures that religious authorities have taken to prevent..
Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque shut as precaution against coronavirus by Muslim clericsJerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque and Dome of the Rock will shut their doors until further notice, religious authorities said on Sunday, in a move to protect worshippers at Islam's third holiest site.
Coronavirus fears lead Holy Land Catholic churches to give communion by hand onlyRoman Catholic authorities in Jerusalem have instructed their priests to give communion by hand only, rather than placing the wafers on worshippers' tongues, and to empty holy water fonts - as..
Israel may quarantine 200 South Korean visitors in army base: reportIsrael may quarantine some 200 visitors from South Korea in a military base south of Jerusalem over coronavirus worries, Israel's Ynet news site reported on Sunday.
Israeli police say killed man who attempted Jerusalem stabbing attackIsraeli police shot and killed a man who tried to carry out a stabbing attack in the old city of Jerusalem on Saturday, a spokesman said.
Killing of Iranian commander will bring liberation of Jerusalem: Guards spokesmanThe killing of top Iranian commander Qassem Soleimani will lead to the liberation of Jerusalem, the spokesman for the elite Revolutionary Guards said on Thursday, according to the Tasnim news agency.