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IDF West Bank soldiers asked to respect Ramadan
IDF soldiers in the West Bank have been asked to refrain from eating, drinking and smoking in public, particularly at the security crossings, during the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, which begins Wednesday.
Soldiers have been asked to "demonstrate a high level of respect and understanding," the IDF said, in a statement it released Tuesday.
In advance of the holy month, "Civil Administration representatives met with Palestinian religious authorities and discussed prayer times and upcoming religious events, in addition to informing the population of the accommodations being made," the IDF said.
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