Kingdom seeks to question guard who has returned to Israel after dispute that left two Jordanian citizens dead

King Abdullah demands Israel put embassy guard on trial


Israel’s decision to remove the metal detectors from the entrance to the Haram al-Sharif compound, known to Israelis as the Temple Mount, seems to have assuaged recent tensions

The Turkish-Israeli rift over the Haram al-Sharif


Author: Daoud KuttabID: 1501192105213295900Fri, 2017-07-28 03:00

Old City of Jerusalem returns to life as Israelis back off


During her visit to Israel coinciding with a bill to recognize the Yazidi genocide, UN Goodwill Ambassador Nadia Murad says 'Israelis understand my stories'

‘Jews and Yazidis have a lot in common,’ former Yazidi prisoner of ISIS says in Israel


Muslim activists claim Israeli police forces entered Al-Aqsa compound to clear out barricaded protesters ■ Clashes as thousands try to enter holy site ■ Stones thrown at Western Wall

Muslim worshippers flock to Al-Aqsa after prayer boycott lifted; 128 said wounded


Palestinian, Israeli and foreign journalists say the Israel Police aren’t letting them do their jobs properly, but the Jerusalem police chief says ‘when I think you’re in danger in a certain situation, I won’t let you in’

Reporters allege police violence at Temple Mount, police say they’re protecting journalists


Amman demands justice for Israeli security officer who shot dead two Jordanians after being attacked, threatens international legal moves

Jordan said to charge Israeli embassy guard in absentia with murder


PM raises idea of land swap in talks with senior Trump adviser Kushner and envoy Greenblatt, sources say

Netanyahu offers swapping Israeli Arab communities with settlements in future deal with Palestinians


Official reportedly says he was stabbed after attacker learned he was Israeli, rejects claim incident sparked by dispute over furniture

Security guard grilled in Israel over Amman embassy stabbing