Visitors and worshipers to be permitted on Temple Mount Monday

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By JPOST.COM STAFF
October 25, 2009 23:44

 
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The Jerusalem police will allow visitors and worshipers on the Temple Mount on Monday despite violence that erupted at the site on Sunday. During evaluations of the situation on Sunday night it was decided to increase the presence of city and border police in the Old City and around central traffic routes in the eastern section of the capital.


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