At least eight events were canceled and 20 people detained for questioning, Ynetnews reported. They included two women working at Al-Quds university who had handed out material advertising the events.
Dichter ordered police Friday to "suppress any attempts by the PA to hold events in Jerusalem and throughout the rest of the country." He said under existing agreements, the authority cannot sponsor events inside Israel proper.
Jerusalem is a critical issue between Israel and the Palestinians. While the Israeli government wants the city to remain undivided, Palestinians propose restoring the pre-1967 border, which cut Jerusalem in two, with East Jerusalem as capital of a Palestinian state.
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