Entrance of Muslim worshiper's to Temple Mount will not be restricted Friday

November 28, 2014 02:44


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The police will continue to enable the entrance of Muslim worshipers of all ages to the Temple Mount on Friday, for the third week in a row, Israel radio reported.

Israeli police removed barricades in the Sur-Bahar neighborhood of east Jerusalem, after community leaders promised to work to prevent disorderly conduct. The barricades remain on the sides of the roads in case the need to renew the blockade resurfaces.

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