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Israeli forces briefly detain woman, issue ban for Aqsa compound
Published Wednesday 12/02/2014 (updated) 13/02/2014 20:34
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Israeli riot police walk at Jerusalem's al-Aqsa compound during clashes
with Palestinian demonstrators on March 8, 2013. (AFP/Ahmad Gharabli)
JERUSALEM (Ma'an) -- Israeli forces on Wednesday briefly detained a Palestinian woman before issuing a ban to prevent her entering the Al-Aqsa mosque compound.

Nujoud Imteer was taken to al-Qashla police station when she tried to enter the compound from the Cotton Merchant's Gate.

She was detained and banned for allegedly "causing riot inside the mosque," locals said.

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1 ) ian / australia
15/02/2014 12:02
When sovereign Palestine is a reality with the capital in East Jerusalem, the Moroccan Gate (aka Mughrabi, aka RamBam) will be bricked up and the ramp demolished. Israeli soldiers will no longer sit at the Bab al-Qattanin and Palestinians will enter the Haram ash-Sharif through any number of gates (Chain, Tribes, Remission etc.) (The Al-Wad Street entrance to HaKotel will also go.) I'm sure Jews wanting to visit the "Temple Mount" will be able to do so as long as their passports are in order,

2 ) ian / australia
15/02/2014 12:02
(contd.) they behave, leave at prayers and keep their evil thoughts to themselves.
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