Police to hold massive exercise on Jerusalem seam line

October 11, 2010 17:44


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Commuters can expect heavy traffic on highways leading to Jerusalem on Tuesday, as police hold a massive exercise along the Jerusalem seam area and the West Bank, in cooperation with the Judea and Samaria police district.
Police said Monday the exercise is meant to test the operational readiness of police and rescue services and will include thousands of police, border patrolmen, SWAT units, paramedics, and soldiers from the IDF Central Command.
Police stated on Monday that as part of the exercise, they will do all they can to minimize the effect on commuters.

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