Israel on Tuesday dismantled metal detectors it installed a week earlier at a contested Jerusalem shrine, hoping to defuse a crisis with the Muslim world, including security ally Jordan, the Muslim custodian of the holy site.
The removal of the devices followed the resolution of a 24-hour diplomatic standoff with Jordan over a deadly shooting at the Israeli Embassy in the kingdom, suggesting a broader deal had been struck.
However, there were signs Tuesday that the crisis over the shrine, revered by Muslims and Jews, was not over yet.
Israel announced it would replace the metal detectors with new security measures. This would include "advanced technologies,"...