Police enter Temple Mount after Palestinians in Aksa mosque throw stones, firebombs

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 28, 2015 08:58

 
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Dozens of police officers entered the Temple Mount complex early Monday morning after dozens of Palestinians holed up in al-Aksa mosque began hurling stones and firebombs at them, police said.

Security forces used crowd-dispersal methods and pushed the worshipers back into the mosque in order to calm things down.

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