Jerusalem skylineVisiting the Al-Aksa Mosque on Jerusalem’s Temple Mount will not be considered symbol of normalization of ties with Israel, according to a Fatwa issued in Amman on Wednesday. The fatwa cancels a previous one that prohibited Muslims from around the world from visiting the site.  Wednesday’s fatwa was issued at a meeting in the Jordanian capital called “The Way to Jerusalem,” attended by prominent Islamic scholars. The purpose of the meeting was to discuss “ending the attack on Al-Aksa” by the Israelis. Earlier this month, The Jordanian Foreign Ministry, responding to riots at the site, asked Israeli Ambassador Daniel Nevo to convey to Israel, Jordan’s protest and rejection of what it called recurring Israeli violations against the Al-Aksa Mosque. More