Police seal off Temple Mount after Palestinian rioters hurl stones

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November 5, 2014 08:49

 
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Police in Jerusalem sealed off the Temple Mount to visitors on Wednesday morning after dozens of Palestinian rioters hurled stones and shot fireworks at security forces in the vicinity.

Police cordoned off part of the plaza, forcing the rioters into the Al-Aqsa Mosque with the use of crowd-dispersal methods. The Temple Mount has been indefinitely closed to visitors until further notice.

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