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Palestinian police stand by a box of burned Koran books in the torched and vandalized Prophet's Mosque in Beit Fajjar, north of Hebron in the West Bank, October 4, 2010, 2010.  Palestinian sources said that Jewish settlers entered the mosque and torched the mosque, Koran books, prayer rugs and left Hebrew graffiti with slogans against Arabs, Muslims and Mohammad on the walls.  UPI/Debbie Hill
Photo by: DEBBIE HILL
Palestinian police stand by a box of burned Koran books in the torched and vandalized Prophet's Mosque in Beit Fajjar, north of Hebron in the West Bank, October 4, 2010, 2010. Palestinian sources said that Jewish settlers entered the mosque and torched the mosque, Koran books, prayer rugs and left Hebrew graffiti with slogans against Arabs, Muslims and Mohammad on the walls. UPI/Debbie Hill

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