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Israel Agrees to Remove Metal Detectors at Entrances to Mosque Compound

By Isabel Kershner, New York Times, July 24, 2017

Jordanian security forces outside the Israeli Embassy in Amman, Jordan, on Sunday. A deadly confrontation at the compound has led to a diplomatic crisis between Israel and Jordan. Credit Ahmad Abdo/European Pressphoto Agency

JERUSALEM — After days of violent protests, bloodshed and a diplomatic crisis with Jordan over the placement of metal detectors at the entrances to the Aqsa Compound in Jerusalem’s Old City, the Israeli government said early Tuesday it would remove them.


Zakaria Jawawdah, father of the slain Jordanian worker, Mohammad Jawawdah. “My son was not a trouble-maker or a terrorist and he did not belong to any political parties,” he said. Credit Raad Adayleh/Associated Press

The decision came after a day of intense discussions between leaders of Israel and Jordan, the custodian of the shrine. It also occurred hours after the end of a standoff prompted by a confrontation at the Israeli Embassy in Amman, Jordan, that led to the deaths of two Jordanians. The standoff appeared to have eased late Monday, with the arrival of the embassy staff back in Israel.

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