Stones wound 4 policemen in Jerusalem's Old City

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February 28, 2010 12:18

 
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Two policemen and two border cops were lightly wounded by stones hurled by Palestinians on the Temple Mount on Sunday morning.

The policemen were treated on the scene and returned to their duties.

Security forces entered the Aksa Mosque compound in Jerusalem's Old City earlier on Sunday morning after dozens of young Muslims, who had holed themselves up inside the mosque, threw stones at Jewish and Christian tourists.

The men were apparently protesting the government's decision to add the Cave of the Patriarchs in Hebron and Rachel's Tomb in Bethlehem to the list of Jewish national heritage sites.

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