Days of Palestine, Jerusalem –Israeli occupation authorities closed on Thursday Al-Aqsa Mosque in response to assassination attempt of extremist rabbi.
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Police took the rare measure of shutting the compound to all worshippers and visitors until further notice, Israeli newspaper Ynet News reported.
The step came after an assassination attempt of the notorious extremist Israeli rabbi Yehuda Glick took place in the city on Wednesday evening.
Witnesses said that there is a heavy police deployment in the East Jerusalem neighbourhood of Silwan, adjacent to the Old City, and a helicopter circled overhead.
Tension has risen steadily in the eastern side of Jerusalem since just before the savage Israeli war on Gaza that ended in August, with almost nightly clashes between Israeli occupation forces and Palestinian protesters throwing rocks at them.
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A major focus of Palestinian anger in the past few weeks has been Jewish settlers moving into largely Arab neighbourhoods and increasing numbers of desecrations by Orthodox Jews, including some politicians, accompanied by Israeli police to Al-Aqsa Mosque in the Old City
Glick is a central extremist in ‘Temple Mount’ movements and a symbol of the struggle for Jewish desecration of Al-Aqsa Mosque.