Miami HeraldIslamic leaders boycott Jerusalem site over metal detectors

Jul 17, 2017 - Miami Herald

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Islamic leaders called on Muslims on Monday to boycott a Jerusalem holy site at the heart of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in a gesture of protest after Israel set up metal detectors at the site's entrance gates following a deadly Arab attack there last week. ...

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