Time Magazine Digging Up TroubleTime Magazine claims the City of David Foundation is “complicating” White House efforts to force Israel to divide Jerusalem with the PA.
Beit Yehonatan Residents DefiantVideo: Jerusalem municipality called off serving eviction notice to Jewish house in Shiloach. Activists: current problems are 'just a hiccup'.
J'lem to Tear Down Silwan HomesUnder pressure from Chief Prosecutor, Mayor Barkat announced he would seal Jewish building in Shiloach, but also tear down 200 illegal Arab ones.
Hareidi-Religious Housing CrisisThe housing crisis facing Israel’s hareidi-religious world may be a barometer of the impending storm about to hit the general housing market.
Building Projects 'Fight Freeze'Residents of the Binyamin region announced they will launch a massive construction project next week in a “struggle against the freeze.”
J'lem 'Not Razing Arab Homes'Jerusalem mayor reveals plans to give retroactive approval to much illegal Arab construction, starting with the City of David area.
Residents Warned About US SnoopsVeteran settler and ex-MK Elyakim Haetzni warns Judea/Samaria towns against divulging construction information to Obama’s roving representatives.
Likud 'Not Left's Subcontractor'MK Danny Danon says he is 'very surprised' at reports PM wants to freeze Judea and Samaria construction for 10 months and hopes they aren't true.
Arutz 7 Saves Zionist Land Thanks to a report by Arutz Sheva, Jerusalem real estate purchased in a Zionist reclamation project over 30 years ago will remain in Jewish hands.
France: Gilo No Block to PeaceFrench Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner said that the new construction starts in Jerusalem's Jewish neighborhoods are not an obstacle to peace.
J'lem Plans 5,000 Apts for ArabsHoly city's municipality planning new housing in four different Arab neighborhoods, says it is also destroying illegal structures
Bibi Rejects US Clamp on CapitalPrime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu has quietly rejected an attempt by the US to clamp down on Israeli construction in the city of Jerusalem.
Global Crisis: Jlem Land on SaleThe global economic downturn has hit many. In the case of one Jewish man in the US, the result is an ideological crisis that impacts Jerusalem.
Study: Danger to JerusalemThe demographic balance in Israel's capital is shifting and Arabs could outnumber Jews there in the not-distant future, a researcher found.
Campaign Against Arab Land TheftThe Land of Israel Protective Trust has begun a campaign to force the state to deal with large-scale land theft throughout the country.
Harish to Become Hareidi City?The small southern Galilee community of Harish is about to become a new hareidi-religious city - but not without both Jewish and Arab opposition.
Rabbis: No Land Sales to ArabsRabbis meet in Jerusalem to discuss the phenomenon of land sales to Arabs. Ben-Ari: Our land will be sold from under our feet.
Rabbis May Ban Sale to ArabsHareidi and national-religious rabbis to discuss ways to stem Arab influx into Jewish neighborhoods in Jerusalem and elsewhere.
Secular Kibbutz Turns ReligiousThe last families of failing Kibbutz Retamim have moved out, 30 religious families are taking their place, & Retamim is now a religious community.
More Good Signs in Real EstateAfrica-Israel Residences and Sheinfeld sold six apartments at HaRav Kook project in Jerusalem in six weeks, after selling none for months.
Real Estate Remains HotUnlike nearly anywhere else in the world right now, Israel's real estate market is thriving. Home sales in Israel jumped 57% in June.
Peace Now Aims at Kochav YaakovThe left-wing Peace Now organization claims a neighborhood in the long-established Kochav Yaakov was unauthorized and built on Arab land.
'British Interference will Stop'Deputy Foreign Minister Ayalon: British ambassador summoned over remarks that Britain is helping Arabs block Jewish expansion in eastern Jerusalem.
Jaffa: Jews Sue Lands AuthorityBeEmunah will sue Israel Lands Authority for freezing sale of Jaffa plot intended for 20 apartments after Arabs challenged the deal.
11 Outposts are UpIsraelNN TV visited two of the eleven outposts established by Land of Israel faithful as a response to the American pressure.
11 New Outposts Greet MitchellActivists completed 11 new outposts Monday night in Judea and Samaria, prior to Tuesday's meeting between PM Netanyahu and US envoy Mitchell.
Growth in Yesha, Obstacle to USThe move to Yesha and Jerusalem continues to outstrip growth elsewhere and is a further obstacle to US policy that “settlements are illegitimate."
'Obama Buying Boom' in IsraelObama’s attempt to freeze building for Jews appears to be backfiring as real estate agents report a boom in purchases.
Syria: No Golan, No TalksSyria has told the U.S. bluntly that unless Israel agrees as a precondition to hand over the Golan Heights, there will be no peace talks.
Israel to Sell its LandThe amended land reform bill has passed a special Knesset subcommittee, and is to be voted on this Monday. Nearly 10,000 acres will be sold.
Chief Rabbi: Land Sale Un-JewishChief Rabbi Metzger has weighed in with a lengthy opinion sharply negating Netanyahu’s land privatization scheme – but is it too little, too late?
Jews Wanted for Apt. in E. J'lemThe Israel Land Fund, headed by Aryeh King, is searching for two families who want to move into large apartments in eastern Jerusalem.
PM: Make Homes AffordablePrime Minister Netanyahu acknowledged that buying a home in Israel is very difficult and red tape is 'hell.' He called for more afforable housing.
Attias: Coexistence Not WorkingHousing Minister Ariel Attias raises a stir by calling mixed Arab-Jewish cities “unsuitable” and calling to “save the Galilee.”
Illegal Arab Outposts Targeted Learning a lesson from rival Peace Now, a nationalist organization petitions the High Court against illegal Arab outposts in Judea and Samaria.
Jeru: Train-Bridge, Towers Two major changes will mark the landscape in and around Jerusalem, according to near-final plans: A train-track bridge and a new entrance.
Jaffa to Receive Rel-Z BlockPlans for a religious-Zionist neighborhood in Jaffa (Yafo) have been approved once again – this time by the Tel Aviv District Court.
More False Hopes on Shalit?A PA news agency reported Tuesday evening that kidnapped soldier Gilad Shalit’s freedom is imminent. Israel denied the report.
Richest Woman 'Jewish Connected'Shari Arison, the Mideast's richest women, tells IsraelNationalNews about her book saying the key to happiness is in how people treat each other.
Zionists ReorganizeThe Zionist General Council considers reorganizing in order to streamline leadership and make decisions more quickly.
Rabbinate Emblem on IDF KoransA world first? IDF Chief Rabbi says emblem depicting tablets of the Ten Commandments will be embossed on IDF-issued Korans.
Haaretz Loses Token NationalistNadav Shragai, who has covered Jerusalem and Judea/Samaria for Haaretz since 1983, is leaving his job. The change was effected by mutual consent.
Carter: Green Line Towns IsraeliFormer US President Jimmy Carter surprised Gush Etzion residents Sunday during a visit to Neve Daniel, saying he expects the region to stay Jewish.