MK Feiglin denied entry to Temple Mount in Jerusalem

March 27, 2013 09:17


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Police denied LIkud MK Moshe Feiglin entry to the Temple Mount in Jerusalem on Wednesday morning. The police barred Feiglin as a precautionary measure following intelligence that hundreds of Arabs in the area intended to protest his visit.

Police were spread out in e. Jerusalem and the alleyways of the old city on Wednesday to secure the peace.     

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