The police and the Shabbak (General Security Services) shut down two offices in Jerusalem on Thursday that were being used for Hamas activities in the city.
One of the offices office was first closed in 2010, and was then reopened in 2012 after the court order expired. The police closed it again after receiving updated information that it was once again, being used by Hamas.
The second office was reportedly involved in violence against security forces and visitors on the Temple Mount, and worked to prevent Jewish visitors to the Temple Mount.
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