Hundreds riot in West Bank, East Jerusalem after jailbreak; IDF extends closure

By Judah Ari Gross and Emanuel Fabian, Times of Israel— Palestinians held large-scale demonstrations across the West Bank and Jerusalem Wednesday night, some of them violent, in solidarity with the six security prisoners who broke out of Israel’s Gilboa Prison earlier this week. Five of the fugitives are members of the Islamic Jihad terror group;…

Is Palestinian incitement driving the tensions in Jerusalem?

By Josh Hasten, Jewish News Syndicate— Thousands of Arab protesters have been violently rioting on the Temple Mount (known by Muslims as Haram al-Sharif) throughout the “Jerusalem Day” holiday and over the course of the last several days, accusing Israel of attempting to “storm the Al-Aqsa mosque” and “Judaize” the entire city. Hundreds of rioters…

Ramadan Violence Raging All Over Israel But Focused On Jerusalem

By Adam Eliyahu Berkowitz, Israel365— This year, like most years, the month-long Muslim fast of Ramadan has been marked by extreme violence, most notably, though not limited to, Israel’s capital of Jerusalem. Dubbed the TikTok Intifada, the violence began last month when young Arabs began attacking Israelis, especially targeting the visibly religious, and posting videos…

Huge Kingdom of Judah Complex Discovered Near U.S. Embassy in Jerusalem

By Steven Law, Patterns of Evidence— Near the new US embassy in Jerusalem, another impressive administrative building has recently been uncovered. This one is 2,700 years older, dating to the time of the last kings of Judah. Archaeologists from the Israel Antiquities Authority (IAA) made the discovery in the Arnona neighborhood, less than two miles…