The most problematic parts of the proposed Green Line – a project that could cost as much as $1.4 billion – are said to be the ones that reach Mount Scopus and Gilo
- 12 July, 2017 The IDF wanted to investigate a key moment in the Gaza war. Netanyahu said no Massive firepower was used on 'Black Friday' in 2014, when the Israeli army killed dozens of Palestinians trying to prevent the abduction of a soldier
- 16 July, 2017 Netanyahu and rival Bennett compromise over bill on dividing Jerusalem Ministers green light a bill that requires a super majority concede sovereignty over any part of Jerusalem, but only a simple majority would be needed to give up land by redrawing Jerusalem’s borders
- 20 November, 2016 Army dismisses officer for fleeing deadly Jerusalem attack while armed Combat soldier failed to confront the Palestinian assailant after he opened fired on commuters at a light rail station, killing a 60-year-old woman and, later, a police officer.
- 3 November, 2016 Jerusalem approves construction of 181 housing units beyond the Green Line U.S. State Department says Israel's actions raise questions as to its commitment to a negotiated settlement with the Palestinians.
- 5 July, 2017 No one actually knows where Israel ends and the Palestinian territories begin Israel has worked hard since 1967 to erase the Green Line from public consciousness, even as the invisible border became increasingly impenetrable to Palestinians