Police to up forces for 1st Friday prayers of Ramadan

By JPOST.COM STAFF
July 12, 2013 02:51

 
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Police were set to increase forces Friday in the area around the Temple Mount for the first Friday prayers of Ramadan, Israel Radio reported.

During the month of Ramadan, residents of the Palestinian territories aged 45 and over were to be granted entrance to Jerusalem without a permit. The entry for women of all ages was also to be permitted.

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