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Police Release Footage of Clashes at Al Aqsa Mosque

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Police Release Footage of Clashes at Al Aqsa Mosque

Police Release Footage of Clashes at Al Aqsa Mosque

Israel’s police force has released dramatic footage showing clashes with Palestinian Muslim worshippers at Al Aqsa Mosque in East Jerusalem on Sunday, July 26.

Dozens of young Palestinian men occupied the mosque on Saturday night to hinder Jewish worshippers from visiting the Temple Mount compound for Tisha B’Av, an annual Jewish prayer ceremony at the Western Wall, on Sunday.

According to reports citing police sources , protesters hurled rocks and fireworks and barricaded the main entrance of

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