Jerusalem Police heighten security for Hanukka

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December 17, 2014 18:19

 
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Extra security measures throughout the capital have been implemented by police for the duration of Chanuka, Police spokesman Micky Rosenfeld said Wednesday.

According to Rosenfeld, police units will closely monitor all public areas and events related to the holiday.

“Security measures were made over the last 24 hours and officers will ensure that no disturbances take place during the holiday,” he said.

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