The IDF says that today (Mon), 2010, Sunday, August 1, 2011, starting with the month of Ramadan,
Specified by the Palestinians in Judea and Samaria.
Recommendation Chief of general staff, General Benny Ganz, and as part of a policy to improve the fabric of life of the Palestinian population in Judea and Samaria, confirmed Defense Minister to implement
During the holiday:
A. granting permits for visits in Israel.
B. approval of Palestinian port abroad through Ben Gurion Airport (Cap 200).
C. opening of the “Court” to free movement until midnight during the month of Ramadan.
D. approval of Israel’s Arabs back mountain crossings.
E. goods trucks pass between Judea and Samaria to the Valley.
And opening the gate of 107 for the week for Israeli Arab port visits.
G. approval of the entry of Palestinians from praying on the Temple Mount, on top of 2,000 residents throughout Ramadan.
H. increasing the quota in other merchants-1000 (28 years old, married and have children).
I. approval of the entry of Palestinians from Judea and Samaria to prayers Friday and days ב”לילת alkadr” prayer on the Temple Mount in accordance with the following:
A. men age 45, married and have children, up to age 50, based on permits.
Entry of men age 50 and older will be allowed without permits.
In women age 30, married and have children under the age of 45 on the basis of permits.
Women aged 45 and over is possible without permits.
Meeting coordinator of government activities in the territories, Maj. Gen. Eitan dangot opposed allowing, with representatives of the Palestinian Authority, update them on the bar passage and gestures to mark the holiday. In addition, officers of the civil administration to the Palestinian public and the hell the forces on the ground on Christmas customs and holidays, including the distribution of informational pages. The soldiers were instructed to show consideration for balance, including to avoid, as much as possible, eating, drinking and smoking in public against the population, especially the points and crossings alertness and thoughtfulness.
Translated from Hebrew