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Webcams fuel furor over Jerusalem site

Muslims vow more protests near mosque

Israel's construction work on a walkway to a site holy to Judaism and Islam has been suspended pending consultations with Muslims, but an archeological dig there is to continue. Israel's construction work on a walkway to a site holy to Judaism and Islam has been suspended pending consultations with Muslims, but an archeological dig there is to continue. (oded balilty/associated press)
By Matthew Kalman
Globe Correspondent / February 16, 2007

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JERUSALEM -- Israel activated webcams yesterday at the site of a controversial building project in Jerusalem's Old City as part of an effort to refute accusations by Muslims that the work is threatening the Al-Aqsa Mosque. (Full article: 954 words)

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