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Even as it was moving forward with the trade deal, the UAE on Monday issued a statement sharply criticizing a group of right-wing Israeli activists for holding a rally in the courtyard of the Palestinian-controlled Al Aqsa Mosque compound in East Jerusalem's Old City.

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