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  1. Israel reopens Al-Aqsa mosque with police out in forceRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Yahoo!

    Israeli police deployed heavily around Jerusalem's flashpoint Al-Aqsa mosque compound as it reopened Friday for Muslim prayers after a rare closure during clashes over the killing of a Palestinian by security forces. The streets of east Jerusalem were calm before the prayers at midday but teeming with additional police, including many in riot gear, after an Israeli clampdown on the compound, which is holy for Muslims and Jews alike.

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  2. Heavy security as Israel reopens Jerusalem siteRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | The Republic

    Police said that Muslim men over the age of 50 and women of all ages could attend the weekly prayers. Israel closed the site after security forces shot and killed a Palestinian man suspected of attempting to assassinate a hard-line Jewish activist who advocates giving Jews greater access to the site.

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  3. Temple Mount Activist Yehuda Glick Recovering After ShootingRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Forward

    Health officials said the condition of Rabbi Yehuda Glick, the activist seriously wounded in a suspected terrorist shooting, is improving. Glick's medical condition improved slightly on Thursday, a day after the dual U.S.-Israeli citizen who advocates for an increased Jewish presence in eastern Jerusalem was shot three times in the chest and stomach by an assailant on a motorcycle who fled the scene.

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  4. Israel calls for halt to incitement amid feud escalationRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Trend

    The world must end its silence and condemn "Palestinian incitement" that fuels violence in Jerusalem, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursday, just hours after a Palestinian gunman shot and seriously wounded a far-right Israeli activist in Jerusalem, Xinhua reported. Speaking at a meeting with high-ranking security and law enforcement officials who convened to assess the simmering tensions, Netanyahu said that Israel is facing "a wave of incitement by radical Islamic elements" and also by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas, "who said that Jews must be prevented from entering the Temple Mount by all possible means," according to a statement by Netanyahu's office.

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  5. Heavy security as Israel reopens Jerusalem holy siteRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Canada.com

    A touch of Provence has landed in Vancouver with the opening of the new L'Occitane flagship store on Robson Street. Kristina Tsiriotakis, the brand's National skincare expert, talks about what shoppers can find in-store, skincare must-haves for Vancouver skin and more.

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  6. Heavy security as Israel reopens Jerusalem siteRead the original story

    23 hrs ago | Greenwich Citizen

    Palestinian youths throw stones during clashes with Israeli border police after Moatez Higazi was shot in east Jerusalem, Thursday, Oct. 30, 2014. Israeli police shot and killed Higazi suspected of trying to kill a hard-line Jewish activist in Jerusalem, an incident that quickly sparked clashes between masked stone throwers and Israeli riot police, threatening to further enflame the already high tensions in the city.

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  7. Israel reopens Al-Aqsa mosque, but only to men over 50Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Raw Story

    Israeli soldiers walk in front of the Dome of the Rock in the Al-Aqsa mosque compound, in Jerusalem's old city on October 19, 2014 Israeli police deployed heavily around Jerusalem's flashpoint Al-Aqsa mosque compound as it reopened Friday for Muslim prayers after a rare closure during clashes over the killing of a Palestinian by security forces. The streets of east Jerusalem were calm before the prayers at midday but teeming with additional police, including many in riot gear, after an Israeli clampdown on the compound, which is holy for Muslims and Jews alike.

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  8. Israeli authorities reopen al-Aqsa mosque in JerusalemRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Age

    Muslim worshippers over the age of 50 returned to pray at Al Aqsa mosque in Jerusalem's Old City on Friday, a day after Israeli authorities shut down all access to the sacred compound following violence in East Jerusalem. The Muslim quarter of the Old City was calm early in the day, the Muslim holy day, and police said pre-dawn prayers had passed off without incident.

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  9. Jerusalem 'Declaration of War' Subsides After Re-Opening Of Holy SiteRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | International Business Times

    It was the first time that Israeli soldiers patrol outside the northern Gaza Strip July 29, 2014. Israel's military pounded targets in the Gaza Strip on Tuesday after Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said his country should prepare for a long conflict in the Palestinian enclave, squashing any hopes of a swift end to 22 days of fighting.

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  10. 4 Ohio 'Blood Bucket' Protest Students Face TrialRead the original story

    Yesterday | Forward

    Four students arrested for disrupting an Ohio University student senate meeting rejected a plea bargain and maintained their pleas of "not guilty." The students - Jonah Yulish, Maxwell Peltz, Rebecca Sebo and Gabriel Sirkin - appeared in Athens County Municipal Court on Wednesday for a pretrial hearing, according to The Post, OU's student newspaper.

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  11. DEFCON JerusalemRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Times of Israel

    Tension in Jerusalem has reached new heights after the attempted assassination of Yehudah Glick and the subsequent killing of the suspect in the assassination . Jerusalem is the number one story across all the Friday morning papers, with each speculating about the city's future.

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  12. Haaretz: "Messianic" Settler, Roni Alsheikh, Designated Next Shin Bet ChiefRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Make the World a Better Place

    In the past, I've posted about the competition between two senior Shin Bet officers to become the next chief, replacing the current one, Yoram Cohen. Though Israeli media cannot name these figures, I did quite some time ago.

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  13. Israel reopens Jerusalem's Al-Aqsa Mosque compoundRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Russia Taday

    Facing Arab outrage, Israel has reopened the Al-Aqsa Mosque in Jerusalem to the public. Israeli authorities closed it to worshipers on Thursday for the first time since 1967, prompting Muslims to plan 'marches of anger' for Friday.

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  14. Hijazi funeral draws hundreds amid mounting Aqsa tensionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Al Bawaba

    Defying heavy police resrictions, hudreds attended the funeral of Palestinian Mu'taz Hijazi, who was killed by police after allegedly shooting far-right Jewish activist Yehuda Glick in the Jerusalem neighbourhood of Abu Tor. Authorities had originally said only 45 people could attend the funeral, but mourners broke through police barriers to attend the service.

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  15. Sweden First in EU to Recognise PalestineRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | International Business Times

    Sweden gave official recognition to Palestine as a nation on Thursday, October 30. The formal declaration came from the newly appointed prime minister of the country. Sweden's Foreign Minister Margot Wallstrom attends a news conference at the Rosenbad government building in Stockholm October 30, 2014.

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  16. Israeli police on high alert as Jerusalem holy site partially reopensRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Independent

    Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies Police in Jerusalem will be on high alert as the Temple Mount, also known as the Noble Sanctuary, is reopened this morning after the shooting of a Jewish activist.

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  17. Tense, rain-swept Jerusalem sees sporadic violenceRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Times of Israel

    Some 3,000 police are deployed throughout the city ahead of expected protests and violence as Jewish-Arab tensions spiral in the capital. Two residents of the East Jerusalem neighborhood of Shuafat, both aged 22, were arrested after police observed them preparing to throw stones at the Jerusalem Light Rail as it passed through their neighborhood.

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  18. Israel, Zionism, and American JewsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Examiner.com

    "The thing about Bibi is, he's a chickenshit," said a senior Obama administration official to Jeffrey Goldberg of The Atlantic . The barnyard reference to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is symptomatic of the crisis in U.S.-Israel relations.

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  19. Security official: Jerusalem rioting could persist for weeks, even monthsRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Jerusalem Post

    Police officers run in front of the Dome of the Rock during clashes with stone-throwing Palestinians. [File].

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  20. Funeral for Palestinian suspect in Jewish shootingRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Reuters

    A funeral is held for a Palestinian man shot dead by Israeli police for allegedly trying to kill a far-right Jewish activist. Yiming Woo reports.

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