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Israel opens secret tenders for construction of Mughrabi Gate Bridge

Construction companies in Israel have been invited to submit tenders for the construction of the Mughrabi Gate Bridge which takes Israelis from the Al-Buraq courtyard (Western Wall) into Al-Aqsa Mosque compounds.

Companies wishing to submit have been asked to sign a confidentiality clause, Yedioth Ahronoth reported today, which says: "I hereby pledge to maintain complete and absolute confidentiality of classified information and every detail related to or stemming from it, and not to publish or disclose in any way whatsoever before any person or body and all for an unlimited period."

A tour of the site was organised for contractors last month and they have been told that work needs to be completed within two months of when it commences, the paper said.

The current bridge was built of wood in 2004 and is said to be in a dangerous condition and may only be good for purpose for a few more months.

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