Watchmen are wanted
A story was told of an entrepreneur who hired a night watchman for security purposes in his residence. One early morning, the watchman came to the employer and advised him not to go out or be very careful if he must go out.
Israel approves 566 east Jerusalem settler homes
The new permits are for homes in the settlement neighbourhoods of Pisgat Zeev, Ramot and Ramat Shlomo, according to Turjeman, who also heads the planning committee that approved them.
Palestinian gunman kills 2 in Jerusalem, shot dead
A Palestinian opened fire from a car in Jerusalem Sunday and again as police chased him, killing two people, authorities said, after concerns over the potential for a new upsurge in violence.
Jews expelled from Jerusalem site on mourning day
Hundreds of Jews visited Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque compound on Tisha B'av, a religious day of mourning, with several expelled for praying, a right restricted to Muslims, police said on Sunday.
Security tight as Israelis mark 1967 capture of east Jerusalem
Israeli police deployed in large numbers in Jerusalem on Sunday ahead of an annual march marking the country's 1967 seizure of the Palestinian-dominated eastern half of the city.
Do not keep quiet in your prayers to God
“Jerusalem, I put guards on your walls. They will not be silent. They will keep praying day and night. Guards keep praying to the LORD. Remind Him of His promise.
Kenyan suing Israel over Jesus’s death
Kenyan lawyer is attempting to acquit Jesus of the crimes he was found guilty of committing some 2,000 years ago and overturn the death penalty handed down as a result, and has turned to the International Court of Justice to do so. According to the Daily Mail, Dola Indisis, a former spokesperson for the African…