Hamas hails as "victory" Israel's removal of security measures outside a major Jerusalem shrine

The Latest: Hamas hails ‘victory’ in shrine security fight


JERUSALEM (Reuters) - Israel overnight removed all security infrastructure it had put in place this month at Muslim entrances to the Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem's Old City, stepping up its efforts to diffuse political and religious tension

Israel removes all security apparatus from holy site after unrest


Israel removes overhead metal bridge and the railings it had recently installed near a contested Jerusalem holy site, but Muslim leaders tell worshippers to continue praying outside the shrine for now

Worshippers told keep praying outside holy shrine for now


Infrastructure for installation of smart cameras was dismantled overnight ■ Security forces say the status quo has been restored

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JERUSALEM –  The Latest on developments on a contested shrine in Israel (all times local):

The Latest: Worshippers told to keep praying outside shrine


Infrastructure for installation of smart cameras was dismantled overnight, and security forces say the status quo has been restored

Israel removes all security measures at entrance to Temple Mount, braces for Friday clashes


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