(Worthy News) – Security forces are bracing for expected further escalation on the Temple Mount, with the IDF, Israel Police and the Shin Bet security agency on high alert ahead of the last Friday of Ramadan this week, when the annual anti-Israel “Quds Day” is observed across the Arab world.
On Wednesday, Palestinian terror organizations called for a mass pilgrimage to the site and Hamas warned Israel against “any act of folly in Al Aqsa toward the worshipers and our people in occupied Jerusalem.”
Thousands of police officers will be deployed in and around Jerusalem out of fear riots on the Temple Mount might lead to a regional escalation. Officers have been instructed to increase vigilance and respond decisively to any attempts to disrupt peace. [ Source: Israel Hayom (Read More…) ]
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