al-aqsa mosque

It's the latest in a series of confrontations between Israeli police and Palestinians that threatened to push the contested city toward wider conflict.
A web of formal and informal Israeli-Arab relations and common fears of renewed popular uprisings that could threaten regimes
At least 113 Palestinians were injured as Israeli security forces used sound bombs to control crowds of worshippers.
The deadlock in the Israeli-Palestinian peace process appears to be illogical and unsettling as a majority of Israelis and Palestinians realize that coexistence, whether under conditions of enmity or friendship, is a fact that neither side can change short of a catastrophe.
"You think there is a magic wand here, but I disagree," he told his political opponents, who have been pushing for peace talks.
At least 53 Palestinians have been killed in attacks and during anti-Israeli protests in the West Bank and Gaza since Oct. 1. Nine Israelis have been stabbed or shot dead by Palestinians.
BERLIN, Oct 22 (Reuters) - U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry on Thursday voiced cautious hope there may be a way to defuse
The Al-Aqsa mosque is just one part of a much more complicated problem.
JERUSALEM — East Jerusalem, long the emotional heart of Palestinian life, is now the fiery soul of its discontent.
A new generation is attempting to shake off its occupier. A new generation has rediscovered the struggle of its forebears. What happens in the following weeks, months or even years will become their struggle.