jerusalem - The Temple Mount in Jerusalem's Old Town opens again on Sunday, under strict surveillance. That has told Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu Saturday night. The holy place with, among others, the Rotary Dome and Al-Aqsamoskee was closed on Thursday by the disarming of Islamic organizations after a deadly shooting. As a result, two Israeli police officers came to life as well as the three Palestinians who opened the fire.
According to the newspaper Haaretz, Muslims who want to come to pray and to gradually admire tourists on Sunday afternoon. Around the Temple Mount are security cameras and metal detectors placed. It is expected that there will be other safety measures.
Netanyahu took his decision to reopening after consultation with his security advisors.