Security official: Jerusalem rioting could persist for weeks, even months
Relative quite pervades Friday morning as Temple Mount reopens; police remain on high alert in capital.
By JPOST.COM STAFF,DANIEL K. EISENBUD,KHALED ABU TOAMEH
Police on high alert in Jerusalem after Fatah calls for 'day of rage'
Israel Police decide to reopen Temple Mount after closing it for first time in 14 years; entrance will be limited to men over 50 and women; Fatah calls on Palestinians to "defend Aksa Mosque."
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD,KHALED ABU TOAMEH
IDF closes Hebron area, Gaza passages as search continues for missing teens
IDF, Shin Bet arrest number of Palestinians in attempt to reach inner circle of terror cell; large numbers of infantry, special forces deployed in West Bank.
By BEN HARTMAN,YAAKOV LAPPIN,TOVAH LAZAROFF
Police tighten security measures in West Bank amid increased terror activity
After rise in "grassroots terrorism," police works with IDF and Border Police to increase presence in Judea and Samaria.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Hamas, Islamic Jihad 'welcome' terror attack on Bat Yam bus
Passengers narrowly escape bomb after alert passenger spots suspicious package on back seat, bomb exploded moments after passengers get off bus; Islamic Jihad source says he hopes attack will usher the return of suicide bombings.
By BEN HARTMAN, JPOST.COM STAFF
Passengers escape Bat Yam bus shortly before bomb explodes
Tragedy prevented by vigilant citizens, police call for extra caution; Hamas, Islamic Jihad "welcome" but don’t claim terror attack.
By BEN HARTMAN
Former Palestinian prime minister, driver pulled over for speeding
West Bank police stopped vehicle carrying Ahmed Qurei after it was measured driving at a speed of 145 kilometers per hour.
By YASSER OKBI
Marriage laws placed in spotlight as Yesh Atid makes waves with civil unions bill
The bill, called "historic" by Finance Minister Yair Lapid, is very unlikely to pass due to Bayit Yehudi's veto power.
By LAHAV HARKOV
A teachable moment for police brutality?
A former senior cop might not be on trial today had he been ousted in 2005, as he should have been.
By EVELYN GORDON
"Development" reported in 1998 Jerusalem teen murder case
Noa Eyal was last seen on a late February night in 1998 and later found raped and murdered in a forest.
By BEN HARTMAN