Israeli police limit Muslim access to Temple Mount following violence

By JPOST.COM STAFF
September 27, 2015 20:05

 
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Jerusalem police on Sunday evening imposed an age restriction on Muslim worshipers entering the Temple Mount complex following violent clashes at site earlier in the day.

As of Sunday evening, Israeli security forces were limiting entrance to Jerusalem's contested holy site to men over 50. Access remained open to women of all ages.

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