Allan hugs his father and mother at their house in Nablus in the West Bank after he was released from Israeli jail.
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The interiors of two mosques at a sensitive Jerusalem holy site will be exempt from monitoring by security cameras, Jordan's king said in an apparent attempt to allay Palestinian concerns about his plan to install the cameras at the sprawling hilltop compound.Jordan, the custodian of the site, last month proposed camera monitoring in efforts to defuse tensions.Although Israel and Jordan initially said cameras would be installed within days, the plan now appears delayed, with Jordan's King Abdullah II saying they wouldn't be in place for some six weeks.The Palestinians said Israel would use the cameras to spy on and arrest people.Abdullah said the cameras would be brought from Jordan and that the plan was to build a control room in the compound under control of the Waqf that would provide a feed to Jordan.
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