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Jerusalem Holy Site May Reopen to Non-Muslims
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Jerusalem Holy Site May Reopen to Non-Muslims

Jerusalem Holy Site May Reopen to Non-Muslims

Jerusalem Holy Site May Reopen to Non-Muslims
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Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon has made a quiet decision to allow Jews to return to the Jerusalem site known as the Temple Mount — and to Muslims as Haram-esh-Sharif. Many fear the move will incite more cross-cultural violence. NPR's Julie McCarthy reports.

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