A photo taken on January 3, 2019 shows the Dome of the Rock mosque (C) at the Al Aqsa mosques compound in the Old City of Jerusalem. / AFP / THOMAS COEX
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Visits by Iraqi officials to Israel announced by the Jewish state stirred controversy Monday in Iraq, where the deputy parliamentary speaker demanded a probe to identify those who crossed a "red line". Israel's Foreign Ministry said on Twitter Sunday that three Iraqi delegations had visited Israel in 2018, and details were also later released by media. Private Israeli TV station Hadashot, which described the Iraqis as "local leaders," said Sunday that they had stressed they were not taking part in an official visit and that secrecy was paramount.
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