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Palestinians in Gaza City gather a day earlier to mark the yearly al-Quds (Jerusalem) day which falls on the last Friday of the holy month of Ramadan.
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Clashes at Al-Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem
Palestinian demonstrators and Israeli police clash at Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa mosque compound.
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Muslims attend the lighting of giant lanterns in Jerusalem
Muslim worshippers gathered in Jerusalem on Monday evening to witness the lighting of a giant lantern as part of the month of Ramadan.
Israeli police scatter Palestinian protesters in Jerusalem
Israeli police scatter protesters in the flashpoint east Jerusalem neighbourhood of Sheikh Jarrah, where demonstrators poured in to support Palestinians facing eviction by Jewish settlers
Israeli police demolish Palestinian home in East Jerusalem
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Israeli police scuffle with protesters in Sheikh Jarrah
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Thousands of Jewish worshippers flock to the Western Wall for Sukkot
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Prayer notes were removed Wednesday ahead of the Jewish New Year from between the stones of the Western Wall in Jerusalem.
Residents face wildfire outside Jerusalem
Firefighters supported by firefighting aircraft work to put out a large forest fire, as smoke is visible from much of the city of Jerusalem. The fire threatened the villages of Beit Meir, Shoeva and Ramat Raziel, west of Jerusalem, police said in a statement.
Palestinians cancel vaccines deal with Israel over expiry dates
The Palestinian Authority has cancelled a deal with Israel to receive about one million Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines saying the doses are about to expire.
Israel strikes Gaza after Palestinians launch incendiary balloons
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Israel arrests Jerusalem activists in contested neighbourhood
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Sheikh Jarrah: Small neighbourhood making big impact in Gaza conflict
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Stun grenades in Jerusalem
Israeli forces fire stun grenades to disperse protestors
Israel delays controversial Palestinian eviction hearing in Jerusalem
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At least 90 Palestinians wounded as unrest continues in Jerusalem
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Ultra-Orthodox Jews hold funeral for pilgrim who died in Israel
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Greek-Orthodox Patriarch performs 'washing of the feet' in Jerusalem
The Greek-Orthodox Patriarch of Jerusalem omn Thursday performed the traditional "washing of the feet" ceremony outside the Holy Sepulchre.
Nightly clashes in Jerusalem continue during holy month of Ramadan
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