Israel to Allow Right-wing Flag March to Pass Through Muslim Quarter on Jerusalem Day

Last year's flag march, despite a last-minute change to the contentious route to avoid the Muslim Quarter, devolved into violence and May's Operation Guardian of the Walls in Gaza

Josh Breiner
Josh Breiner
Josh Breiner
Josh Breiner

Israel's flag march, scheduled to take place on Jerusalem Day on May 29th, will pass through Damascus Gate and the Old City's Muslim Quarter, Public Security Minister Omer Bar-Lev and Police Commissioner Kobi Shabtai decided on Tuesday.

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