Right-wing Israelis to Press on With March at Jerusalem Flash Points, Defying Police

The back-and-forth between Israel Police and the right-wing groups ends in stalemate, but the organizers insist on pushing on with a march route that includes dancing at the Old City's Damascus Gate

Right-wing Israeli organizations will press on with a march on Wednesday around the walls of Jerusalem’s Old City, despite not having received police approval, in a move that could kindle already-high tensions in the city.



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