Wakf to hold Temple Mount assessment meeting after prayers

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 28, 2017 14:19
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The Wakf Islamic trust is set to have a meeting on Friday to asses the current situation on Temple Mount, according to Hebrew media.

On Thursday the Wakf, along with other Muslim leaders, announced the end of the almost two-week long boycott of Islamic prayer at the Temple Mount after Israel removed security cameras and metal detectors from the site. Muslims refused to pray at the Temple Mount after Israel heightened the security at the site after the July 14 terror attack , where two Israeli policemen were shot and killed.




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