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Police to Limit Worshippers' Entry into Temple Mount for Fear of Riots

reprinted from Ynet
17 Shevat 5768, 24 January 08

The police will limit the entry of male worshippers into the Temple Mount on Friday, for fear that radical elements will take advantage of the situation in the Gaza Strip and start riots at the end of the prayer.

Following a discussion held at the Jerusalem district by Commander Aharon Franco, the police decided to only allow men over the age of 40, in possession of blue identity cards, into the Mount. (Efrat Weiss)

Police to Limit Worshippers' Entry into Temple Mount for Fear of Riots

reprinted from Ynet
18 Shevat 5768, 25 January 08

Tens of thousands of Muslims are holding a prayer session at the Temple Mount in east Jerusalem.

Amid fears of possible disturbances, Jerusalem Police have limited the entrance to the compound to men aged 40 and over who hold Israeli (blue) identification cards. (Efrat Weiss)

Temple Mount Prayers End; Worshippers Disperse

reprinted from Ynet
18 Shevat 5768, 25 January 08

Friday prayers in the Temple Mount, in which roughly ten thousand Muslim worshippers took part, have ended, and the worshippers have now dispersed. (Efrat Weiss)

 

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