The police decided to temporarily close the access to the temple mount, the proportion of non-Muslims. This edition NEWSru.co.il said the activists of public organizations seeking to expand the Jewish presence on the Temple mount.
According to the information received, access to the temple mount for non-Muslims is closed until the end of the month of Ramadan and the Eid al-Fitr.
In a press-service of the police refused anyway to comment on this information. According to some reports, the decision to close the Temple mount was taken by the chief of Jerusalem district police chief major General joramo Alevi.
The decision to close the mount to access the non-Muslims is due to that have taken place there in recent days clashes. 18 June three policemen were slightly injured after they were thrown stones. Two Muslims arrested.
The Jews will once again be able to visit the temple mount since June 28. This day is expected to visit the mountain of dozens of people in memory of 13-year-old Hallel Arieli, who was killed by a terrorist in Kiryat Arba last year.