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Meet the Israeli lawmaker who wants to turn Jerusalem’s Islamic holy site into a Jewish temple

JERUSALEM — Yehuda Glick’s flaming red hair isn’t the only thing that makes him stand out. The Brooklyn-born rabbi, a member of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s Likud party, is also one of Israel’s newest members of parliament. But he is best known as an activist who is demanding that Jews be allowed to pray at one of Islam’s […]
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