Dichter: Police moved to stop stoning of W. Wall

February 10, 2007 12:06


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Internal Security Minister Avi Dichter told Israel Radio on Saturday that Israel would disprove the Arab propaganda that seeks to convince the world that the al-Aksa Mosque is in danger because of renovations being done outside the Mughrabi Gate to the Temple Mount compound. Dichter said police entered the compound on Friday in order to prevent rocks from being thrown into the Western Wall Jewish prayer area below, something he said was "crossing a red line" and would not be tolerated. Dichter reiterated Israel's diplomatic stance that holds repair work on the ramp leading to the Mughrabi Gate.is taking place outside the Temple Mount compound and that anyone that thought differently would have to prove it.

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