Security forces, Muslim worshipers clash on Temple Mount

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September 6, 2013 15:02

 
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Palestinians and Border Police forces clashed on Temple Mount on Friday, after the Palestinians started throwing rocks at police, Israel Radio reported.

Police stormed the Temple Mount and regained control of the area. After their retreat back to the Mughrabi Gate, the rock throwing resumed and police forces had to enter the holy site again, using stun grenades to disperse the crowds.

Police cleared the Temple Mount of all worshipers and regained control of the area. Five Palestinians were arrested.

Several Palestinians were injured from the rock throwing, and one border policeman was lightly injured as well.


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