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The Damascus Gate in East Jerusalem

By Ibrahim Husseini

Israeli police have deployed thousands of its officers forces around East Jerusalem after recent attacks in the city. Palestinians have concentrated their attacks on Israeli police patrols near the Damascus Gate, the old city's main entrance. It's revered by Palestinians and is a popular meeting point for the city's residents. Ibrahim Husseini takes a closer look at the significance of the Damascus Gate.

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