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Police put age restriction on entry to Mount Friday

reprinted with permission from The Jerusalem Post
Feb. 17, 2006 Staff

Jerusalem Police will restrict entry to the Temple Mount on Friday owing to intelligence that Muslim youth were planning to disrupt the peace with protests against the publication of the Muhammad caricatures, police said.

Men aged 45 and older, holding an Israeli ID card, will be allowed entry to the site to participate in prayers there, according to Israel Radio. The entry of women was not to be restricted.



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