Police are investigating latest anti-Arab attack in East Jerusalem; dozens of tires were slashed amid slogans like ‘There is no coexistence.’
2,300-year-old village unearthed on road to Jerusalem: Israeli archaeologists find Hellenistic-era settlement inhabited during Second Temple Period.
Ultra-orthodox rally against Natalie Portman in Jerusalem. Jerusalem-born actress to start shooting the movie adaptation of Amos Oz’s ‘A Tale of Love and Darkness’ in Nahlaot, angering local Haredim.
After the Storm Jerusalem’s skies clear, but capital still far from back to normal: As the sky in Jerusalem cleared up, coffee shops grew full and crowds descended on food stores, which ran out of basic products − mainly bread and milk − in no time.
When natural disaster strikes, send in the Israeli army: With the police ill-equipped to handle the scope of the winter storm, help has come primarily from those wearing a green uniform.
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