Other than that one Jordanian Waqf agent, the Temple Mount was almost empty of Muslims Sunday.
'I am deeply sorry for the pain I have caused. The last thing that I would do is intentionally hurt anyone, Muslim, Jewish or otherwise. It is not in my heart.'
"The real cause of terrorism in Palestinian society is the delegitimization of the other."
The Jordan Times' version of the King Abdullah's announcement Saturday already scrubbed out the anti-Semitic tidbit, but it was clear that the King is stressed enough by recent events to shake out the ant-Jewish genie in the bottle.
Men under 50 were barred from entering the Temple Mount compound at all due to security warnings, so instead prayed in the streets.
"We believe calm and security will create the best opportunity to return to dialogue and the pursuit of peace."
The note was translated by the prime minister's Arab media spokesperson, Ofir Gendelman.
Police don't want a repeat of yesterday's Muslim riots on the Temple Mount.
Most of the attacks are targeting Israelis and Jews in Jerusalem.
Muslim 'worshipers' attacked Israeli Police at the Temple Mount compound as thousands entered the site.
Thousands of people were milling around the Temple Mount, with the sounds of gunshots and ambulance sirens clearly heard.
Just as the Waqf was preparing to issue instructions for a fresh round of rioting, Israeli Police opened the Bab Hutta gate.
With great sorrow and grief, we announce the murder of our dear one, National Honor.
Hamas praised the people of Jerusalem for their steadfastness and sacrifice in the struggle to remove the metal detectors and cameras.
Incidentally, all three murderers were named Mohammed Jabareen, which should be added to some trivia quiz someplace.
It was a night of outrageous celebration the likes of which the Arabs of the territories had not experienced maybe since the toppling of the twin towers.
Fatah's Tanzim terror group, slated to lead this Friday's "day of rage," was pivotal in launching the second intifada.
In addition to the two murdered officers, several other police officers were wounded.
Buckle your seat belts this weekend if you live in Judea or Samaria or in Jerusalem's “seam line neighborhoods.
"Islamist terrorism, fueled by religious fanatics, constitutes the number one threat to the safety and security of the American people."
In a survey conducted by Channel 2 News Wednesday, 77% of respondents said they believe the decision to remove the metal detectors from the Temple Mount is perceived as Israel's capitulation.
"I am particularly concerned by statements made by some that have sought to fan the flames of violence. Such provocations are dangerous...”
"When Jewish blood is being spilled... raise the flag of settlement in the Land of Israel."
MK Taleb Abu Arar (Joint List) stressed “Jews have no rights at al-Aqsa Mosque.”
The police did not let Jews say a prayer on the Temple Mount, even if the Muslims weren't there.