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Israeli forces raid home of Palestinian attacker, arrest brother

Six people died on Friday in the bloodiest spate of Israeli-Palestinian violence for years.

Muslims again boycott holy site over Israeli security measures

Protests and scuffles between demonstrators and Israeli police have erupted outside the site, which includes the Dome of the Rock and the Al-Aqsa mosque.

Jewish hardliners ejected from Jerusalem mosque compound

A group of hardline activists were removed from the flashpoint Al-Aqsa mosque compound in east Jerusalem Wednesday after violating a ban on Jewish prayer there, police said.

UNESCO head faces `death threats` over Jerusalem vote: Israel

The status of Jerusalem is the thorniest issue of the Israel-Palestinian conflict.

Palestinian gunman wounds 4 in Jerusalem, shot dead: Police

A Palestinian opened fire from a car in Jerusalem on Sunday, wounding at least four people before police shot him dead, authorities said.

Jerusalem holy site closed to non-Muslims after violence

Israeli authorities announced Tuesday they were closing Jerusalem`s flashpoint Al-Aqsa mosque compound to non-Muslim visitors after a series of clashes between worshippers and police.

Israel lets Gazans into Jerusalem for Ramadan prayers

Israel allowed hundreds of Palestinians from the Gaza Strip into Jerusalem for Ramadan prayers Friday, an official said, a week after revoking entry permits in response to a deadly attack.

Police arrest 15 rightwing Israelis in Jerusalem

Jews are allowed to visit the site but not to pray there, and incidents occur regularly when Jews try to ignore the rule and Muslims intervene to stop them.

UNESCO chief seeks to calm anger over Jerusalem holy site

The UN cultural body on Monday sought to calm anger over a resolution on a flashpoint Jerusalem holy site which saw Israel accuse it of seeking to "rewrite history".

Israel instigates religious war, says Palestinian government

Of the total 74 Palestinians killed since the spark of violence, 29 of them were from Hebron, the Palestinian Health Ministry stated.

Israel shuts down Palestinian radio station for 'incitement'

The Israeli army on Tuesday raided a Palestinian radio station and confiscated equipment.

Arab MP visits Jerusalem's Aqsa despite Netanyahu ban

An Arab Israeli lawmaker said he entered Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque compound on Wednesday despite a ban on visits by members of parliament to the site.

Netanyahu moves to dampen inflammatory Al-Aqsa comments

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has moved to bring cabinet members into line after a deputy minister said she "dreamed" of seeing the Israeli flag flying over the flashpoint Al-Aqsa mosque compound.

New knife attacks on Israelis as Al-Aqsa measures announced

New knife attacks on Israelis as Al-Aqsa measures announced

Attacks and clashes have become near daily occurrences since simmering tensions over Al-Aqsa boiled over in early October.

Fresh Israeli-Palestinian violence after new Al-Aqsa measures

Fresh violence flared between Israelis and Palestinians on Sunday as Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu agreed to install security cameras at the flashpoint Al-Aqsa mosque compound in a bid to defuse tensions.

Israel agrees to security cameras at Jerusalem's Aqsa: John Kerry

US Secretary of State John Kerry on Saturday announced that Israel and Jordan had agreed on new measures for Jerusalem's flashpoint Al-Aqsa mosque compound, including 24-hour security cameras.

'Hopeful' John Kerry meets Abbas on Palestinian-Israeli unrest

US Secretary of State John Kerry met Palestinian President Mahmud Abbas on Saturday on a mission to quell more than three weeks of deadly Israeli-Palestinian violence.

Israel eases Al-Aqsa limits as 90 wounded in Gaza, West Bank

Israel lifted age limits for prayers at Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque compound.

Israel accuses UN of fuelling flames with holy site resolution

Israel on Thursday accused the UN's cultural body of fanning tensions in the region by approving a resolution that criticised the Jewish state for "aggressions" against Muslims seeking access to a Jerusalem holy site.

UN chief urges end to violence as he meets Palestinian president

UN chief Ban Ki-moon urged an end to spiralling violence as he met Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas on Wednesday.