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Many of the youths were assigned to participate in the expulsion process and were told to help pack family belongings. They refused to participate with the expulsion.
Soccer games are a common sight on the Temple Mount, according to the report, even though they are explicitly prohibited by the law governing holy places, which has been upheld by the High Court's ruling.
The violent Muslim rioters were using the hospital as a sanctuary against arrest.
'The Arab community was not born a violent society. The circumstances brought us to this.'
Men under 50 were barred from entering the Temple Mount compound at all due to security warnings, so instead prayed in the streets.
Just as the Waqf was preparing to issue instructions for a fresh round of rioting, Israeli Police opened the Bab Hutta gate.
Welcome to the next big Israeli sovereignty story – which on Wednesday morning is expected to take place in Hebron. The Hebron brigade commander...
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.
In the fall of 1996, after then Prime Minister Netanyahu had ordered the opening to the public of the Kotel Tunnel, PA Chairman Yasser Arafat called for a violent response--on grounds very similar to the case being made today by the Arabs, namely Israeli sovereignty.
Meanwhile, Minister of Transport Yisrael Katz announced he intends to demand that the death penalty for the terrorist who carried out the attack in Halamish that resulted in the murder of a Jewish father and his two children.
Ganor told his interrogators he has additional information about other senior officials in the defense establishment who were involved in transactions with the German shipyards.
Anyone suspected of planning to cause disruptions isn't being allowed into the capital.
Jerusalem District Police Commander HaLevy says he's "determined to create a secure environment after the murder of two police officers."
There were no Muslim riots or protests in Israel in response to the closure of the Temple Mount and Old City of Jerusalem.
Police suspect that personal relationships among people in Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's circle contributed to self-serving, biased procurement decisions.
Throughout the night dozens of Arabs threw stones at IDF soldiers who guarded the entrance to the holy site, and the Jews inside. They also threw Molotov cocktails.
The attacker was stopped by security personnel, who shot and killed him.
Police are currently conducting an investigation into the incident and intend to question the singing Jews regarding their performance.