Muslim authorities announce a boycott of the Haram al-Sharif compound, known to Jews as the Temple Mount, is to end on Thursday afternoon after Israel removed remaining new security measures
Police: 'The police returned the security measures to how they were before the terrorist attack at the Haram al-Sharif, before July 14'
(4th UPDATE) The move comes after intensive international diplomacy seeking to stop the outbreak of wider unrest, with warnings that it could spread far beyond Israel and the Palestinian territories
The series of events that led to the violence that killed 8 people in Jerusalem's Haram al-Sharif compound
Israeli officials signaled they may be open to changing the measures at the Haram al-Sharif mosque compound after the violence that killed 8 people, two policemen included
The UN Security Council will hold closed-door talks Monday, July 24, about the spiraling violence after Egypt, France and Sweden sought a meeting to discuss the issue
Rappler talks to the Israeli Ambassador amid the shifting power dynamics in the Middle East
Hamas this week marks 10 years since taking power in Gaza with the Palestinian enclave at risk of conflict and facing electricity blackouts, poverty and Israel's blockade
His comments come as Israeli authorities also advances plans for some 1,500 settlement homes in the West Bank, including units for the first new official settlement in some 25 years
Trump's speech comes after he met Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas in Bethlehem in the occupied West Bank earlier in the day
(3rd UPDATE) While in Saudi Arabia, Trump had accused Iran of fuelling 'the fires of sectarian conflict and terror' while calling for its international isolation
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu faces political backlash for allegedly advising US President Donald Trump against moving the embassy from Tel Aviv to the disputed city of Jerusalem
The officer, who sustained 'moderate' injuries, was attacked in one of the alleys of the Old City
(UPDATED) US President Donald Trump has been seeking ways to restart Israeli-Palestinian peace efforts, which have been at a standstill since a US-led initiative collapsed in April 2014
While the new document does not amount to recognition of Israel as demanded by the international community, Hamas officials say, it formally softens its stance in a few key areas
Israel's security cabinet gives its backing to the new settlement late on Thursday as the government presses ahead with settlement expansion in defiance of international concern
The leaders of the 22-member Arab League also call for the settlement of conflicts that are tearing the region apart
Islamist movement Hamas accuses Israeli intelligence agency Mossad of being behind the killing of Mazen Faqha
'The January spike in illegal settlement announcements by Israel is deeply concerning,' says envoy Nickolay Mladenov
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has declared on Twitter that Friedman 'will be warmly welcomed as President Trump's representative and as a close friend of Israel'
A US government official says Jason Greenblatt reiterated to the Yesha Council 'President Trump's previously expressed views regarding settlements'
(UPDATED) US officials have described the visit as a fact-finding mission as the White House seeks a way forward in restarting long-deadlocked peace efforts
(UPDATED) Palestinian leader Mahmud Abbas' spokesman says US President Donald Trump stressed his 'commitment to a peace process that would lead to a real peace between Palestinians and Israelis'
Defense lawyers announce an appeal and right-wing Israeli ministers immediately called for a pardon, while the Palestinian government and the victim's family condemns the sentence as too lenient
Here are some questions and answers about the two-state solution and the possible alternatives
(UPDATED) This change in the US stance was calculated to please Netanyahu and his right-wing coalition, and Trump's views on the shortcomings of the Palestinian position will delight them
'This does not make sense,' Palestine Liberation Organization executive committee member Hanan Ashrawi explains. 'This is not a responsible policy and it does not serve the cause of peace.'
(UPDATED) A senior White House official said the United States would no longer seek to dictate the terms of any eventual peace settlement, but would support what the two sides agree to together
Two Hamas posts were targeted by Israeli tank fire, a Palestinian security source says, while air strikes later hit targets in northern Gaza, sending a column of black smoke into the air
The statement is a break from Donald Trump's previously full-throated defense of Israeli settlement building
Tucked behind malls and in small streets in Jakarta, are refugees trying their best to hang on to hope – as they wait for a chance to start life anew.
Since the January 20 inauguration of Trump, Israel has approved the construction of 566 housing units in 3 settlement areas of east Jerusalem and announced the building of 2,502 more in the West Bank
The United Nations denounces the move, stressing 'unilateral actions' were an obstacle to peace
The agreement between the top Palestinian parties comes after 3 days of reconciliation talks in Moscow
(UPDATED) Around 70 countries attending talks in Paris calls on the two sides to avoid moves that 'prejudge the outcome of negotiations on final status issues, including inter alia, Jerusalem, borders, security, refugees'
Abbas reiterates his opposition to the possible transfer of the US embassy to Jerusalem, as pledged by US President-elect Donald Trump
Incensed US lawmakers have assailed Barack Obama's outgoing administration for abstaining in the December 23 vote instead of vetoing the UN resolution, essentially clearing the way for its passage
Sentencing is expected at a later date. He faces up to 20 years in prison.
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'Trends indicate a comprehensive effort to take West Bank land for Israel and prevent any Palestinian development there,' says US Secretary of State John Kerry in a landmark speech criticizing Israel for its 'settler agenda'
Israeli media have reported that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has asked officials to visit the countries that voted for the resolution as little as possible for now
Their meeting comes after Israel earlier Sunday, December 25, called in 10 representatives of 14 other states that voted for the resolution
'The big loss yesterday for Israel in the United Nations will make it much harder to negotiate peace. Too bad, but we will get it done anyway!'
The UN Security Council has recently passed a landmark resolution condemning Israeli settlements in east Jerusalem and the West Bank
Michael Oren, a former Israeli envoy to Washington, says he saw the resolution as 'a lot like anti-Semitism'
His remarks come after the United States refrained from vetoing the adoption of a Security Council measure calling on Israel – its closest Middle East ally – to halt settlement activities in Palestinian territory
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu immediately rejects the UN resolution that demands that Israel cease all settlement activities in the occupied Palestinian territory
United States President-elect Donald Trump says peace between Israel and Palestine will only come through direct negotiations and not through the imposition of terms by the United Nations
(UPDATED) A similar resolution was vetoed by the United States in 2011, and it remains uncertain if the measure will be adopted this time
US Secretary of State John Kerry dismisses the idea that more Arab states would strike peace deals with Israel without any moves towards an agreement with the Palestinians