Tension is running high in East Jerusalem since late last month, when Israel closed the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound for several hours after an extremist rabbi was injured in a drive-by shooting
The Houthis had then deployed militant groups and set up checkpoints across Al-Qa'idah in the total absence of security authorities
Israel said on Thursday it had foiled plans by Hamas to attack Israelis in Jerusalem's largest soccer stadium, other parts of the city and the occupied West Bank, though Hamas said it had no information on the allegations.
The Islamic Movement said al-Khateeb's defense of the Al-Aqsa Mosque was the reason why the Israeli authorities had barred him from entering the historic city.
Khamenei, the ultimate authority on all Iranian matters of state, said: "For the same reasons I wasn't against negotiations, I'm also not against the extension
Roughly 5,000 students from the Gaza Strip have been unable to cross into Egypt to resume their studies due to Egypt's closure of the Rafah crossing
On Wednesday, Egyptian authorities reopened the crossing after a one-month closure to help nearly 6,000 stranded Palestinians to return to the Gaza Strip.
The army said in a statement that four were detained in Jenin in the north, two in Ramallah, five in Bethlehem and one in Anata village near Jerusalem
In order to prevent any protests an eight point plan has been prepared by Israel
The Dec. 3 meeting, chaired by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry, is expected to review progress in the fight against ISIL and to discuss how coalition members will coordinate politically in future.
Salah, a Palestinian who lives in northern Israel, is an outspoken opponent of Israel's settlement construction policies
John Gatt-Rutter said he was painfully aware how much needed to be done to speed up the delivery of aid to Gaza's 1.8 million people.
Mohammad Farhadi, a centrist who held senior positions in a previous reformist administration, secured a 197-28 vote of confidence with 10 abstentions in the conservative-dominated Majlis
The camp, south of the capital between Saudi Arabia's border and Al Udeid, the largest U.S. air base in the Middle East, is being used to train the Free Syrian Army (FSA) and other moderate rebels
Critics say the bill is anti-democratic and legislators from the Arab community, which makes up 20 percent of Israel's population of 8.2 million, have described the bill as racist.
Ankara's plans for establishing so-called "safe zones", with air defence as a key component, have so far received a cool reception from allies
Israel's Public Security Minister, backed by the Israel Police and internal security agency Shin Bet, is drafting a bill to outlaw the civilian Palestinian guard 'Mourabitoun' stationed on Al- Aqsa
Humanitarian chief tells Security Council that delivery of aid from Turkey and Jordan to rebel-held areas in Syria has 'made a difference.'
The detainees include two leading members of Palestinian Hamas movement who have been arrested from Ramallah, according to a statement by the Israeli army.
Moscow reiterated its readiness to host Syria peace talks but it is far from clear who would represent the opposition.
The Houthis have become the main political force in Western-allied Yemen since capturing the capital in late September.