Israeli Knesset is to restart a highly contentious discussion on dividing the Al-Aqsa Mosque between Muslims and illegal Israeli settlers in November.
Parliamentary records show, Sir David Garrard, had given a modest £60,000 towards the party's election campaign for 2015.
Al-Aqsa is the third most-holiest site in Islam, but Jewish settlers have more rights to access the house of worship then Palestinian Muslims.
Israeli occupation signed on a deal with Egypt to supply natural gas worth $500-700 every year for next seven years.
A Palestinian boy was shot in the chest point-blank and later died amid a confrontation between Israeli forces and stone-throwing youths.
The leader of the Palestinian group Hamas called on Muslims to defend the al-Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem.