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GENEVA - A United Nations anti-racism panel has questioned
Israel's policy on preserving holy sites, asking the country to explain whether it protects places considered sacred to religions other than Judaism.
Israel is expected to go later this week before the panel of 18 independent experts overseeing compliance with the United Nations' 38-year-old anti-racism treaty — a hearing that could fuel the debate over an Israeli construction project at Jerusalem's disputed hilltop compound [...]