Thousands of policemen deployed from early morning in the East of the capital and in the alleys of the old city of Jerusalem and keep the bitachonmshtert completed preparedness for Ramadan and first Friday prayer
To be held tomorrow (Friday) the Temple Mount.

Thousands of police officers in command of the District Commander, major general Yoram halevy, spreading tomorrow, and all 10.6.16
The sixth days during Ramadan (1, 24 and 17 July) from the morning
Qualifying in East Jerusalem and the old city alleys, to allow freedom of worship for all religions
And the testimony and tens of thousands of Muslims are arriving tomorrow for Thanksgiving prayers on the Temple Mount, to maintain
Order and safety, and arranging the transaction.

Jerusalem police read to worshippers to celebrate the holiday and follow the directions of the officers on the ground there.
Maintaining order.
Prayer to prayer via airport shuttle will when prayer back to ride,
Where got out of the bus in the morning.
Entry permits to Israel according to Defense Minister.  Jerusalem police act firmly against anyone who tries to violate the order.

The following traffic arrangements, which will take place during the sixth month of Ramadan:
• From 6:00-block to traffic the following contractions in the envelope the city.
Sultan Suleiman, Wadi Joz, via Jericho, Shmuel Ben adaya, landscaping

• From 12:00 – block to traffic the following axes:
? Bar Lev Avenue from down country to the South of the city. Traffic will be directed to cluster tunnel.
? Through Hebron from mariamne North. The transaction will be through
? Paratroopers Street.
? Corps St.

• The following streets will be blocked to traffic from 6:30 pm:
? Nablus road St.
? Saladin Street
? Omar Ben chew up St.

• The drivers to drive for its axis.
• Enter the Jewish residents of Jaffa Gate.
• The public coming to the Western Wall to reach by public transport.

The police information center number 110 is available to the public for information.  Police evacuated the public to adhere to laws and regulations, to abide by the provisions of the police officers.

Translated from Hebrew