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Police Reverse Stand, Ban Jews from Temple Mount

reprinted from Arutz Sheva
18:33 May 25, '06 / 27 Iyar 5766

( Police authorities have reversed their stand and prohibited a group of Jews from visiting the Temple Mount Thursday, Jerusalem Reunification Day, because of fears of violence.

The police originally said that the group of the Temple Faithful could visit the holy site without its leader, Gershon Solomon. Authorities later denied the entire group access after Moslem leaders called on Arabs to swarm the Temple Mount in protest.



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