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It said they were a necessary measure to prevent more attacks and were deployed routinely at holy sites around the world.
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Hussein Da'na, a 76-year-old Palestinian, told Al Jazeera that he "rejects" the cameras because they disadvantage Palestinians further.
"These cameras are made to identify the faces of people who are barred from entering al-Aqsa Mosque," Da'na said.
"The Palestinians are very angry about this because they consider this an additional security measure," he said.
"They've always maintained that the metal detectors may be the first move in the Israelis taking over the compound." Israel introduced the new security measures last week after Palestinian gunmen opened fire from the shrine, killing two Israeli policemen.