Police preparing for possible clashes at Temple Mount

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February 21, 2012 09:02

 
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Jerusalem Police were preparing for the possibility of clashes between right-wing activists and Palestinians on and around the Temple Mount Tuesday morning. The preparations came after a call was put out by Palestinian activists to come and "protect" the Temple mount after right-wing activists said they would ascend to the holy site, Channel 10 reported.

Overnight Monday, police raided an apartment in Jerusalem's Ramot neighborhood and found extremist right-wing materials related to the Temple Mount. Police arrested one activist and took him for investigation.

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