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Police Impose Restriction on Islamic Temple Mount Prayers

reprinted from Haaretz
08:46 Jul 07, '06 / 11 Tammuz 5766

(IsraelNN.com) Police announced on Friday morning that restrictions have been imposed regarding Islamic prayer services on the Temple Mount Friday.

Men over the age of 45 with blue Israeli identity cards will be permitted on the Mount. Males under 45 or those with Palestinian Authority (PA) identity cards will be banned from the Mount. There are no restrictions on females.

Police explain the move is intended to prevent violence following prayer services, acts that are usually associated with PA residents under the age of 45.

 

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