Security Measures Tightened for East Yerushalayim Arabs Following Terror Attack

By Yoni Weiss

Israeli officials work at the scene of a shooting attack by Palestinian terrorists near Maaleh Adumim, Thursday. (REUTERS/Ammar Awad)

In response to the fatal terrorist shooting at the Maaleh Adumim checkpoint on Thursday morning, Israeli authorities have decided that, starting from Friday, Arabs in East Yerushalayim without an Israeli ID card will be prohibited from crossing checkpoints until 9:00 a.m.

This measure aims to enhance security in the aftermath of the attack. Additionally, law enforcement will intensify their presence along the traffic route, focusing on bolstering security in challenging areas.

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