At the annual Flag March through Jerusalem, Israeli violence and threats are commonplace while celebrating the city’s conquest.
For the third year in a row, Israeli authorities enforced strict restrictions on participation in the Holy Saturday celebrations, the holiest day of the year for Orthodox Christians.
Tensions reach the boiling point in Jerusalem as Ben-Gvir announces home demolitions to continue during Ramadan.
Christians throng the streets for a tree-lighting ceremony in the area of the New Gate in the Old City.
A short vlog that evokes the sights and sounds of Ramadan in the Old City of Jerusalem, from morning into night—those moments that are not darkened by violent encounters.
While Ramadan 2022 was marked by repeated confrontations between the community and the police, Jerusalemites still managed to celebrate their holiday in traditional ways, as these photos show.
The Miracle of the Holy Fire in Jerusalem thrilled worshippers who managed to get in to see it, but thousands were blocked by new police restrictions that caused community outrage.