After more than 2 months of a hunger strike, Bilal Kayed—who has been kept in administrative detention after completing prison term for terrorist activities—loses appeal that he not be attached to his hospital bed.
1 July, 2015 Second Temple-era ritual bath found under house Couple from Ein Kerem in Jerusalem discovered during renovations that a 2,000-year-old mikveh was right underneath their floors, giving credence to theory that there was a Jewish settlement at the site.
24 November, 2013 State ratifies amendment to Prevention of Infiltration Law Following High Court ruling that law is unconstitutional, State okays amendment to reduce time of detention without trial from three years to one, reallocate funds for construction of new detention facility, more officers
22 November, 2013 New ‘Infiltrator Prevention Bill’ to cost State NIS 440 million Millions set aside for establishment of new 'open prison' for asylum seekers, in State's bid to circumnavigate High Court ruling. NIS 75 million to be allocated for personal security of residents in cities with 'high concentration of infiltrators'
15 August, 2016 Dozens protest for release of Palestinian hunger striker Crowds tried to force their way into a hospital to free hunger striker Bilal Kayed, who is on administrative detention having completed 14-year prison sentence; 'He's a hero. He doesn't constitute a threat to anybody.'