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1. Israeli police checkpoint at entrance to Old City
2. Israeli police officers in street
3. Israeli flag with mosque minaret in background
4. Israeli police officers walking down alley
5. SOUNDBITE (English): Iman (no surname given) Palestinian resident of Jerusalem:
“This is the Israeli way, that they have to show power, they have to show the power of them, they are trying to do something, they don”t know what they are doing, really. They are trying to show power by soldier, that”s why there are soldiers in the city these days.”
6. Police checkpoint at entrance to Old City
7. SOUNDBITE: (English) Moshe Mendelwitz, resident of Jerusalem:
“Hurva was a beautiful synagogue before it was destroyed. It took 43 years for us to rebuild it, to finally rebuild it so we didn”t do anything wrong.”
8. Jewish man walking, zoom into mosque
9. SOUNDBITE: (English) Micky Rosenfeld, Israel Police Spokesman:
“We have received clear indications that there will be attempts in order to disturb and cause riots and therefore it”s necessary for us to implement all security measures over the next 24 hours.”
10. SOUNDBITE: (Hebrew) Shimon Peres, Israeli President:
“Temple Mount is secure. What is sacred to the Muslims is sacred to us. What is sacred to the Christians is sacred to us and of course what is sacred to us is sacred to everyone. We aim to renew the peace process, we will not let any crisis stop it, we will overcome the crises.”
11. Wide of Peres and Brazilian President Luis da Silva standing at podiums
12. Palestinian man closing shop for general strike
13. Shopkeeper lowering shutter
14. Man closing doors to shop
15. SOUNDBITE: (English) Heejazi (no surname given), Palestinian shopkeeper:
“I closed my shop because we are against the Israeli decisions and what the Israeli government do in Jerusalem and let the settlements to do. They are free what they are doing like they want.”
16. Man walking past closed shops
Ramallah, West Bank
17. Wide of Palestinian Cabinet meeting
18. Mid of meeting, pan to head of table
19. SOUNDBITE: (English) Mohammed Shtayyeh, Palestinian minister of public works and housing:
“The Israeli action to establish a temple in Jerusalem is a continuation also of the cycle of the total Judaization of the city.”
20. Wide of news conference by Abdel Aziz Duaik, speaker of the Palestinian Parliament and a Hamas leader
21. SOUNDBITE: (Arabic) Abdel Aziz Duaik, speaker of the Palestinian Parliament and a Hamas leader:
“The time has come after two decades of negotiation to say that the restriction of our choices in the negotiations was a big mistake and as a result of these negotiations we have brought our people and our cause to this level.”
22. Mid of speakers at presser
Hundreds of Israeli police were deployed for a fourth straight day on Monday around the Old City of Jerusalem before the rededication of an important synagogue destroyed during the 1948 war that followed Israel”s creation.
The police deployment came after successive weekends of clashes between Israeli security forces and Palestinians.
Arab men under the age of 50 were barred from entering the disputed hilltop compound, known to Jews as Temple Mount and to Muslims as Haram as-Sharif, or Noble Sanctuary.
Israel also maintained a closure that barred virtually all West Bank Palestinians from entering Israel.
Israeli Police spokesman Mickey Rosenfeld said police were prepared to prevent disturbances for the next 24 hours.
Rosenfeld said access to the compound was restricted because police “have received clear indications that Palestinians are intending to cause disturbances and riots” there.
The Hurva synagogue is located in Jerusalem”s Old City.
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