IN PICTURES: Jerusalem - A moment of quiet amid the storm

Capital's Old City passes a relatively quiet morning as security forces in Jerusalem had braced for potential clashes.

November 14, 2014 15:33

Jerusalem's Old City, November 14,2014. (photo credit: MARC ISRAEL SELLEM/THE JERUSALEM POST)


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As security forces in Jerusalem braced for potential clashes with Palestinian on Friday, the capital's Old City passed a relatively quiet morning.

Police decided not to place an age restriction on Muslim worshipers attending Friday prayers at the Temple Mount complex.

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The move came after Prime Minister Benjamin Netnayahu, Jordan's King Abdullah and US Secretary of State John Kerry held a trilateral meeting in Amman, concerning in large the recent weeks of heightened unrest in Jerusalem and the holy sites at the Temple Mount complex.

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