Muslim worshippers at the Al Aqsa mosque compound were angered over Jewish visits to the site holy to both religions.
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The police say he was carrying "a suspicious object that looked like a pistol” and ran away when ordered to stop. The police say they chased him on foot and opened fire. A police spokesman did not immediately respond when asked whether the man was in fact carrying a gun.
"The Islamic Waqf department decided to shut down the enclosed prayer places inside the blessed Aqsa mosque until further notice as a protective measure to prevent the spread of coronavirus. All prayers will be held in the open areas of the Aqsa mosque," the director of Al-Aqsa mosque, Omar Kiswani told the media.