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Steering away from his prominence on shock photography such as the photograph .
this recent endeavor features Serrano's long curiosity on the Hasidic community.
“We’re willing to examine alternatives to the metal detectors as long as the solution of alternative ensures the prevention of the next attack.” However, the top Muslim cleric of Jerusalem, Mohammed Hussein, told the Voice of Palestine he demands a complete return to procedures that were in place before the initial attack at the shrine, known to Muslims as the Noble Sanctuary and to Jews as the Temple Mount.
One of the most celebrated contemporary photographers Andres Serrano has taken the road in expanding his vision with the social landscape of modern and conflict-torn Israel through the new publication Salvation: The Holy Land.
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/ AFP PHOTO / Ahmad GHARABLI A picture taken on July 23, 2017, shows security measures installed by Israeli authorities, which include metal detectors and cameras outside Lions' Gate, a main entrance to Al-Aqsa mosque compound in Jerusalem.
/ AFP PHOTO / Ahmad GHARABLI JERUSALEM — Israel installed new security cameras Sunday at the entrance to a sensitive Jerusalem holy site, as officials began indicating it was considering “alternatives” to the metal detectors at the contested shrine that set off a weekend of violence and raised tensions in the region.