Guardian falsely claims right-wing Jews want to pray 'inside al-Aqsa Mosque'

Whilst there is indeed a movement to allow Jews to pray at the Temple Mount (the holiest site in Judaism), there is no movement by religious Jews to pray inside the al-Aqsa Mosque, a mosque located on the Temple Mount compound.
Yet, a Guardian video (which accompanied a Nov. 5th article by Peter Beaumont) on the recent terror attack in Jerusalem, as well as ongoing Palestinian violence on the Temple Mount, included the following claim about the ’cause’ of the violence at the Mount, at the 1:23 mark into the video:

insideIt’s noteworthy that CAMERA’s Israel office recently prompted a correction at CNN over a similarly false claim – in a photo caption which erroneously alleged that Yehuda Glick, the Israeli shot in Jerusalem last week by a far-right Palestinian extremist, “advocated Jewish access to Muslim holy sites”.
Glick – as with other Jewish activists – is an advocate of Jews’ right to pray at the Temple Mount, not “inside the mosque”.
CNN corrected their false claim about Glick.
We’ll see if the Guardian will correct their false claim about “demands” by “right-wing” Jews.

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