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Police to Limit Muslim Entry to Temple Mount Ahead of First Day of Jewish Month of Iyyar

reprinted from Arutz Sheva
18:27 May 08, '05 / 29 Nisan 5765

(IsraelNN.com) Police will limit the entry of Muslims to the Temple Mount tonight and tomorrow to those above a certain age.

Police say the decision was taken due to information that Muslims will attempt demonstrations of strength at the site ahead of the first day of the Jewish month of Iyyar.

Following the prevention of the planned "10,000 to the Temple Mount" Jewish prayer march on the Mount, organizers of the Revava organization said they would try again one the first day of this month to bring the masses to pray on Judaism's holiest site.

 

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