Police to allow normal entrance of worshipers to the Temple Mount

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October 26, 2009 07:04

 
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Jerusalem Police will allow normal entrance of worshipers and visitors to the Temple Mount Monday, despite Sunday's violent incidents in the compound, Army Radio reported. Following security assessments, police have decided to increase their presence in the Old City and in certain points in east Jerusalem.

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