Prince becomes first member of British royal family to make state visit to Palestine-Israel
Speculation swirls around Trump’s ‘Deal of Century’ as US officials remain tight-lipped about plan
International law continues to view West Bank and East Jerusalem as 'occupied territories'
36 injured by rubber bullets, says Palestinian Red Crescent
Turkey seeks to ‘tighten Muslim grip on Temple Mount’, prominent Israeli daily asserts
Amid repeated settler incursions into Al-Aqsa compound, Jewish extremists take over building in Jerusalem’s Old City
Three Palestinians shot dead by Israeli troops near Jerusalem's Damascus Gate
Israel announces raft of security measures following Jerusalem attacks that killed three Israelis, injured 20
Around 1,400 settlers and 120 Israeli soldiers entered Al-Aqsa complex in January and February combined
The army said in a statement that two Hamas members had been arrested on Jerusalem outskirts.
The phrases are believed to have been written by the anti-Arab, pro-settlement "Price Tag" groups, noting that one of the phrases spray-painted was 'Death to Arabs!'
Danino has criticized visits by Israeli officials and lawmakers to Temple Mount (the Jewish name for Al-Aqsa Mosque complex), saying these visits pose "a threat to the continued existence of Israel."
Jewish settlers backed by police, lead by rabbis force their way in the mosque.
Police spokesperson Luba Samri said police had detained two Palestinians from the Palestinian neighborhood of Al-Eizariya, including a minor, for alleged involvement in "hostile acts" against Israeli troops.
The Haaretz report said the plan would entail the hiring of an additional 1,160 police officers and the building of two new police stations in the East Jerusalem neighborhoods of Silwan and Isawiya.
The Israeli news site Walla said the new plan includes the use of new security technologies
Lehava members, long known for provocative anti-Arab activities, were charged in a November arson attack against a Jewish-Arab bilingual school in Jerusalem. There are growing calls in Israel for the group to be outlawed.
The bullet hit the boy, Muhammad Cemal Ubeyd, under his eye and has resulted in serious head trauma.
Attacks occurred in occupied East Jerusalem.
In recent months, the Israeli authorities have banned several Palestinian women from entering the site for periods ranging from two weeks to several months for standing up against repeated intrusions
Israeli Interior Minister Erdan has asked the Israeli government's legal advisor, Yehuda Feinstein, for a green light to revoke the citizenship of Mohamed Mafarja, Dirgham Mahajna and Arsan Assad