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Israeli forces restrict access to Aqsa compound for pope visit
Published Monday 26/05/2014 13:54
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JERUSALEM (Ma'an) -- Israeli police restricted access to the Al-Aqsa Mosque compound early Monday as Pope Francis toured the area.

Only worshipers over the age of 50 were allowed entrance, witnesses said.
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1 ) Mel / USA
26/05/2014 20:45
How was Francis treated by police &Shin Bet at the airport,not being"Jewish"?Israel has a distinct screening process for non-Jews&non-whites,aka racial/ethnic profiling!
Did they take him to a"Catholic Room"for interrogation,like they take all Palestinians to an'Arab Room'on arrival/departure from 'democratic'Israel?Did airport security slap a sticker on his Vatican passport saying,'Did you pack a bomb by mistake?as routinely done to Palestinians? No joke!Occupying Israel really does do that!

2 ) Outlier / USA
31/05/2014 02:17
It all comes down to security. In this instance, Palestinians have themselves - and only themselves - to blame for the restrictions. Using religious sites for often violent political protests has consequences.
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