Israeli Security Forces Block Right-Wing March Israeli police encircle Jerusalem's Old City to block an ultra-nationalist group from entering a disputed holy site. The Israeli police minister says protesters managed to tie up security forces. The march follows Saturday's killing of three Palestinian teens in Gaza by Israeli soldiers.
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Israeli Security Forces Block Right-Wing March

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Israeli Security Forces Block Right-Wing March

Israeli Security Forces Block Right-Wing March

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Israeli police encircle Jerusalem's Old City to block an ultra-nationalist group from entering a disputed holy site. The Israeli police minister says protesters managed to tie up security forces. The march follows Saturday's killing of three Palestinian teens in Gaza by Israeli soldiers.

Israeli policemen detain a right-wing Jewish activist at the Western Wall in the old city of Jerusalem. Reuters hide caption

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