High Court to rule on the release of Temple Mount terrorists' bodies today

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July 23, 2017 06:17
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The Israeli High Court of Justice will rule on Sunday regarding the petition demanding the release of the bodies of the terrorists who murdered two police officers in the July 14 Temple Mount shooting attack, according to Army Radio.

The Temple Mount attack sparked a wave of tension in Jerusalem, including including the installment of metal detectors at the site, clashes with the police surrounding Friday prayer, and a lethal terror attack Friday night in a West Bank settlement.


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