Abbas condemns terror attack on the Temple Mount that killed 2 Israeli police officers, "opposes any event of violence from any side, particularly at places of worship"
Official PA daily, Al-Hayat Al-Jadida - July 15, 2017

 
Headline: “The [PA] President [Abbas] emphasized during a conversation with Netanyahu his opposition to any event of violence from any side, especially at places of worship; [he] demands to cancel the Israeli steps that led to the closing of the Al-Aqsa Mosque, and warns against taking advantage of them to change the religious and historical status quo of the holy sites”
      “Yesterday [July 14, 2017] a phone call was held between [PA] President Mahmoud Abbas and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu. The president expressed his strong opposition to and his condemnations of the event that took place at the blessed Al-Aqsa Mosque (i.e., the murder of 2 Israeli Druze border policemen by 3 Israeli Arab terrorists who were subsequently killed, on July 14, 2017), and also emphasized that he opposes any event of violence from any side, particularly at places of worship.
President Abbas demanded to cancel Israel’s closure of the Al-Aqsa Mosque to worshippers, and warned of the consequences of these steps and against any party taking advantage of them in order to change the religious and historical status quo of the holy sites. Netanyahu emphasized that the status quo at the holy sites will not change. He also demanded that all sides calm things down.”
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Muhammad Ahmad Muhammad Jabarin, Muhammad Hamed Abd Al-Latif Jabarin, and Muhammad Ahmad Mufaddal Jabarin - Israeli Arab terrorists aged 29, 19, and 19, who shot from the Temple Mount at Israeli policemen, murdering 2 Israeli Druze border policemen - Haiel Stawi and Kamil Shnaan, on July 14, 2017. Two of the terrorists were shot and killed by other policemen during the attack. The third terrorist was shot and killed while trying to flee.