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Israeli court opens Al-Aqsa to Jewish extremist group

Israel’s high court Tuesday upheld a request by far-right Jewish activists to enter Islam’s third holiest shrine, the Al-Aqsa mosque compound, in a move likely to spark riots in Israel and the Occupied Territories. Meanwhile, three Palestinians, including two teenagers were killed in Israeli attacks, as the army rolled into the southern Gaza Strip and shelled sites near Rafah airport. Palestinian security sources said the tanks, backed by heavy bulldozers, entered the Dahaniyya district.The small Temple Mount Faithful group requested to visit the compound, where according to Jewish tradition Herod’s Temple stood, to mark the Jewish day of mourning for its destruction in 70 BC. Full Story

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