After their 12-day boycott, thousands of Palestinians have returned to the compound in Jerusalem, hurling rocks at police and wreaking havoc, leaving many injured.
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PM Netanyahu paid his respects to the families of the two Druze police officers who were murdered in the terrorist shooting earlier this month.
The Palestinian terror group has joined its rival, Fatah, in urging violent protests against security measures at the Temple Mount.
The Palestinian leader is up to his old tricks - claiming a desire for peace on the Temple Mount, while still urging his people to murder Israelis.
After securing the release of the Israeli guard stabbed in an attack at the Jewish state's embassy in Jordan, PM Netanyahu told him, "I am happy to see you, happy that things ended the way they did."