JERUSALEM -- Israeli military forces remained on high alert Monday after lifting the West Bank closure that followed last week's attack on a Jerusalem seminary.
The action follows a meeting Israeli Police Commissioner Dudi Cohen held with senior security officials to evaluate the situation, YNetNews reports.
Cohen decided to leave the alert level on high and instructed traffic police and border guards to increase security measures.
Alert levels were boosted immediately after eight students were killed last Thursday in an attack at Mercaz Harav yeshiva in Jerusalem.
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