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Embark on a photographic expedition of the Temple Mount – Jerusalem’s holiest and most contentious site.
Jordan has complained about the incidents. King Abdullah of Jordan is heading to Washington Sunday for meetings and neither he nor Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu want escalation in Jerusalem.
The tensions in Jerusalem have kindled protests in Turkey. Turkish media said some protesters kicked the doors and threw stones at a synagogue in Istanbul.
Rabbi said that if forced to chose between obeying the law and pursuing justice "of course I'm going to violate the law."
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Prime minister says officials working at all levels to bring affair to a swift close.
By HERB KEINON
What kind of political pressure is Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu facing?
By GIL HOFFMAN
Palestinian Autohrity leader Mahmoud Abbas halts security cooperation with Israel; Defense Minister Avigdor Liberman: We’ll manage alone.
Israeli media says that at least 3,000 demonstrators also faced off with security forces in the area of the Lion's Gate.
Le mont du Temple transformé en base terroriste
By MICHELE MAZEL
Israeli police installed the metal detectors after an attack last Friday by three Israeli Arab gunmen at an entrance to the Temple Mount left two policemen dead.
By BEN LYNFIELD
Keep updated on the the latest news regarding Temple Mount tensions with 'The Jerusalem Post.'
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Tensions sparked recently regarding the Temple Mount when three Israeli-Arab terrorists killed two policemen by Lions’ Gate last Friday.
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