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Anti, pro-Mubarak protests feared in Jerusalem

reprinted from Ynet
02.04.11

by Yair Altman

Following information Fatah and Hamas planning to protest in favor and against Egyptian regime's downfall, Jerusalem Police restrict worshippers' entry to Temple Mount for Friday prayers. Any attempt to cause disturbances will be dealt with firmly, officials say.

As Egyptian uprising enters its 11th day, Israel fears riots may reach the center of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict: The Jerusalem Police decided to restrict the entry of worshippers to the Friday prayers on the Temple Mount following estimates that the Fatah and Hamas organizations were planning protests in favor and against the Egyptian regime's downfall.

Large police forces were deployed in the capital ahead of the Friday prayer, on the backdrop of the recent events in Egypt and following intelligence information.

 

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