PA Foreign Minister: Prep for ‘Very Nasty’ Fight Over Temple Mount

TEL AVIV – The Palestinian Authority’s foreign minister told 57 of his counterparts that Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will not give up on his quest to regain control of the Temple Mount and the Muslim world should prepare itself for the next “very nasty” round of conflict over the holy site in Jerusalem. 

Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad al-Maliki is seen in front of a portrait of Venezuelan Liberator Simon Bolivar in Caracas on May 19, 2015. Palestinian Foreign Minister Riyad al-Maliki said Monday in Caracas that he is willing to do 'everything that is possible' to generate a rapprochement between the governments of …

EXCLUSIVE – Al Aqsa Mosque Chief Preacher Warns Temple Mount Tensions Not Over Yet

TEL AVIV — Leaders of the Waqf and Muslim figures in Jerusalem are waiting for a report from a special committee of engineers and inspectors commissioned by the Waqf to determine what so-called damages Israel may have caused to the Temple Mount complex during the two weeks Muslim worshippers were absent from the site.

muslim Sheikh Ekrima Sabri

Two Jews Removed from Temple Mount for Praying on High Holiday

Two Jewish visitors to the Temple Mount were removed from the premises of the holy site Sunday after violating the rules of entry, police said. Jews are permitted to visit the Temple Mount, but prohibited from praying on the contested holy site.

TEL AVIV - An Israeli court on Monday ruled that Jewish visitors to Jerusalem's Temple Mount compound may chant "Am Yisrael Chai" ("The people of Israel live"), since it constitutes a patriotic exclamation rather than a religious prayer and is therefore not in violation of the ban on uttering Jewish prayers …