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German anti-Islam protest swells on fears about refugee influx

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'In the midst of this storm, we don't forget our humanity'

צילום: AFP

The commander of the Border Police’s Jerusalem District is trying to keep the sanity in the burning city, but his orders to his men are clear: Don’t hesitate to shoot; Meanwhile on the Temple Mount, police commanders are trying to deal with the explosive situation; ‘Every terrorist sees himself as the Guardian of al-Aqsa. It all starts and ends with the fear over the status quo.’

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