Riots of participants during last year's events prompt police to place restrictions on Flag Dance Procession held by Religious Zionism camp in honor of reunification of capital.
'They spat, overturned Arab stalls, and sprayed graffiti,' police official says
Published: 04.27.10, 21:32 / Israel News
Ever since the Six Day War, various celebrations are undertaken in honor of Jerusalem Day, marking the reunification of the city under Israeli control. Among the most well-known events is the traditional Flag Dance Procession held by yeshiva students in the Religious Zionism camp. However, this year, the procession will be confined the western part of the city by police order.
Jerusalem Police notified the event's organizers Tuesday that it will not allow the procession to be held on its customary path – from Damascus Gate to the Western Wall via the alleyways of t
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