June 2011
Middle East Reporter (Daily Edition);6/8/2011, Vol. 198 Issue 5106, p6
The article reports on the burning of al-Mughayyir mosque in Ramallah in West Bank by the radical settlers of Israel due to their anger for Israelis and Palestinians. It states that an order to immediately rebuild the mosque was given by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas. It says that Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu says that the act was intended as provocation regarding worship freedom. It adds that the action could lead to a religious conflict of Israeli and Palestinians.


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