Jerusalem On High Alert After Hamas Announces 'Day of Rage' (U.S. ally Hamas Striving for Peace)
"They can lay this at the doorsteps of Biden And Clinton,Thanks O'Bummer."
Warnings of widespread violence in Jerusalem on Monday proved to be unneeded, but police say the real test will be Tuesday. Hamas announced a "day of rage" in response to the dedication of the restored Hurva synagogue in the Old City's Jewish Quarter, police said.
Large forces will continue to be deployed throughout the city, with 3,000 police and border police officers stationed in East Jerusalem and neighboring villages. Limitations on access to Muslim prayers on Temple Mount will continue for the fifth day.
Members of the Higher Arab Monitoring Committee are set to hold a procession in the east...