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23 November, 2014
Daniel Silas Adamson, BBC News

There is a little corner of Jerusalem that is forever India. At least, it has been for more than 800 years and its current custodian has plans for his family... read more →

17 November, 2014
Nir Hasson, Haaretz

Jerusalem’s largest dig in decades is also its most problematic. Internal documents reveal links between the Antiquities Authority and the right‑wing Elad group at the City of David site, next... read more →

29 October, 2014
Nir Hasson, Haaretz

Kadima’s Israel Hasson has links to Elad, which administers the City of David archaeological site in Jerusalem's Silwan neighborhood. The Israel Antiquities Authority has tapped the Kadima party’s Israel Hasson to... read more →

6 October, 2014
Shlomo Pyotrkovsky, Ari Yashar, Arutz Sheva7

Tourism ministry document put on hold by security sources calls for another gate for Jews and tourisms - now ten of 11 are for Muslims only. A document published by Galei... read more →

2 October, 2014
ILAN BEN ZION, The times of Israel

Western Wall Heritage Foundation seeking to determine best current use for subterranean archaeological site which reaches down to Herodian period, near Temple Mount Beneath the houses of Old Jerusalem’s Cotton Market... read more →

1 October, 2014
Yonathan Mizrachi, 972 Magazine

Seven years of struggle and Silwan’s residents can’t claim even one tangible and clear victory. Not one home has been returned to its original residents, not one settler has left... read more →

11 September, 2014

Activists succeeded in temporarily halting Israel's archeological dig in Hebron's Tel Rumeida. As in other occupied Palestinian territory, such as East Jerusalem's City of David, Israel is using archaeology... read more →

10 September, 2014
Nir Hasson, Haaretz

The nature authority and right-wing politicians want the park to go on the only land where the neighborhoods of Isawiyah and A-Tur could expand. The National Planning and Building Council has... read more →


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