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18 August, 2015
Nir Hasson, Haaretz

The city's call for proposals to restore and develop Mamilla Pool has drawn protest from environmentalists, preservationists and Muslim officials. A call for proposals to restore and develop an ancient reservoir... read more →


16 August, 2015
Daniel K. Eisenbud, Jerusalem Post

NGO claims Nature and Parks Authority blocking expansion, visitation of Muslim cemetery adjacent to contested holy site. Muhammad is a pig Youth arrested after yelling, 'Muhammad is a pig' near Temple Mount‏.... read more →


12 August, 2015
Nir Hasson, Haaretz

Civil Administration gives retroactive approval to illegal development of site at Shiloh, but insists site should be made available to all. The Civil Administration in the West Bank has ruled that... read more →


12 August, 2015

JERUSALEM (Ma'an) -- The Israeli authorities are planning to build a multi-story building inside the Western Wall plaza in the Old City of occupied East Jerusalem, a Palestinian academic told... read more →


31 July, 2015

Israeli officials have approved the construction of a massive complex which will include 200 houses, shops and a 480 room hotel in Jerusalem. The problem is this; the land that... read more →


21 July, 2015
Seth J. Frantzman, Jerusalem Post

"God willing, the international campaign will be successful because we are peaceful people and we have been living here as neighbors with the [ Jewish] settlement for 30 years and... read more →


10 July, 2015
Nir Hasson, Haaretz

In a comprehensive report on Israeli archaeology, the National Academy of Sciences criticizes the political use of archeology, the far-reaching cooperation between the right-wing Elad association and the Nature and... read more →


10 July, 2015

Israeli officials have deplored UNESCO’s condemnation of Israeli archaeological activity in Jerusalem’s Old City. At a meeting this week in Bonn, Germany, the UNESCO World Heritage Committee voted 13-2, with five... read more →


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