- The prayers follow clashes between Palestinians and Israeli security forces
- A CNN photo of the prayer has been widely shared on social media
Jerusalem (CNN)Nidal Aboud stood out as one among many. As the men around him bowed, he made the sign of the cross. As they chanted their prayers, he read the Bible to himself. And as they said "Allahu Akbar" -- God is greatest -- he stood silently and respectfully.