Skip to comments.Dozens Ascend Temple Mount in Solidarity with Feiglin
Posted on 06/27/2013 1:24:28 PM PDT by Eleutheria5
Dozens of Jews went up on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem, Thursday, as a sign of solidarity with Deputy Knesset Speaker Moshe Feiglin, who has been barred from making the ascent since being elected. Feiglin prayed with them at dawn and praised their efforts next to a menorah (candelabra) for the Third Temple, next to one set of stairs that leads from the Jewish Quarter of the Old City down to the Western Wall Plaza.
Muslims who waited for the Jews on the holy site greeted them with the call of Allahu Akbar [G-d is great; often a precursor to a terror attack -ed] and police were concerned that their show of rage might turn into a riot. Police turned the large group of Jews into smaller groups and kept the smaller groups apart. Rabbi Chaim Richman reports that a young Muslim woman got in the way and tried to push him away when he brought a group of American Jews to the southern part of the Temple Mount. .....
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“Dozens” should be 50,000 - with arms, food and tents - and refusing to leave until the Muslim Wakf is stripped of control.
It will come. A massive protest too large to break up with enough armaments to dissuade Muslim cowards from interfering will regain the Mount.
If youd like to be on or off, please FR mail me.
Great short story on that by Tzvi Fishman in his Days of Moshiach anthology of shorts.