Greece Urges 'Appropriate Action' After Israelis Allegedly Break Into Jerusalem Church

The Greek Foreign Ministry calls on Israel to act against a group of 'approximately fifty Israelis broke into the gate and barriers and trespassed on the chapel on the hill of Zion,' according to the Jerusalem Patriarch

The Greek Foreign Ministry called on Israel to take "appropriate action” after a group of Israelis allegedly broke into a property belonging to the Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Jerusalem on Mount Zion, threatening to kill a guard at the site.

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