10,000 police to stand guard across country for Nakba Day

May 15, 2011 08:17


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Nearly 10,000 border police officers were expected to be stationed throughout the country Sunday in cities with Arab and Jewish populations and areas where conflict is expected for Nakba Day.

Police were asked to show restraint and not release live fire, unless there existed a real threat to human life.

Increase security in east Jerusalem and surrounding areas was expected to continue for the next few days.

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