Siham Ratib Nimr, 49, was the mother of Mustafa Nimr, who was killed by soldiers in September after being mistaken for a terrorist.
The ceremony has been conducted annually for the past 15 years, but it began as a semi-underground event in which an animal was sacrificed a few days before Passover.
Despite pressure from the right, Israel can’t do as it pleases on the Temple Mount.
No megaphones or marching in the streets: Left-wing groups, who planned march to mark 50 years of occupation, say police have set impossible conditions for permit.
Waqf officials say Israeli archaeologists tried to remove stones from the complex, violating status quo.
Yehudah Glick petitions the High Court for immediate repeal of prohibition, says considerations for ban are not security-oriented but political.
Ultra-Orthodox residents of Har Homa will be able to opt for a separate event without female vocalists after objecting to women singers as a violation of Jewish religious tradition.
The Jerusalem site draws an imaginary line between Zionist nationalism and Jewish sovereignty in the Bible. It wipes out the history of the land and its Arab inhabitants.
Police condemn incident as severe and unbefitting of an officer, saying the cop has been suspended.
Despite concerns for the international ramifications of annexing Ma'aleh Adumim, there's talk of several projects which could create a 'mental' proximity between the two cities.