Israel's Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu leaves Number 10 Downing Street after meeting with Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron in London, Britain September 10, 2015. REUTERS/Stefan Wermuth
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Israel's prime minister will convene an emergency meeting over recent Palestinian "attacks," an official at his office said Monday, hours after a man died from wounds sustained when rocks were thrown at his car and violence broke out at Jerusalem's most sensitive holy site for a second day in a row.She said several masked Palestinians suspected of stone throwing were arrested. Police also arrested protesters who attacked a Jewish man, she said.Muslim authorities view the presence of Jewish worshipers and Israeli police as a provocation and accuse Jewish extremists of plotting to take over the site.
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