The leader of the global body rejects Netanyahu's charge that he is "encouraging terrorism."
The U.N. chief criticized Israel's settlement activities as "provocative acts."
Saeb Erekat confirms to 'Newsweek' that consultations with U.N. Security Council members have begun.
The temporary ban will affect thousands of Palestinian workers.
The ringing bells of the Nativity Church show the Palestinians are here to stay.
Encouraged by AIPAC, Congress has been conducting a quiet campaign in support of Israeli settlements.
The E.U. mustn't miss a historic opportunity for change in the Middle East.
Jewish Home is a major partner in right-wing Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's coalition government.
Jerusalem's municipal planning committee authorised 50 new housing units in Har Homa and 28 in Ramot
France called on Israel to "immediately" reverse a decision to approve the building of 200 new settlements in East Jerusalem.
A week ago, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu ordered plans for some 600 housing units for Ramat Shlomo and another 400 for Har Homa, another East Jerusalem neighborhood, to be advanced.
An anti-settlement group said the appropriation was the biggest in 30 years in the occupied West Bank