For the first time in nearly two weeks, Jews have been allowed to go up to the Temple Mount on Yom Haatzmaut, Israel’s Independence Day. The Temple Mount is the Jewish people’s holiest site. Police and PM Naftali Bennett closed the Temple Mount to Jews for the last 2 weeks of Ramadan due to Islamic violence.
“ …They may build, but I will throw down; They shall be called the Territory of Wickedness, And the people against whom the Lord will have indignation forever.” Malachi 1:4
יהודים שרים את שירת התקווה ב- הר הבית pic.twitter.com/RwjVEVjRy1
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A Jewish boy was waved an Israeli flag and was arrested. He was subsequently released.
יום העצמאות בהר הבית: יהודי שהניף דגל ישראל נעצר, יהודים שרים את התקווה
במקביל המשטרה פרצה למסגד בו מאות פורעים ערבים שיידו אבנים וחפצים
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Unfortunately, those visits today have been marred by the Jihadists currently occupying the Temple Mount. Jewish visitors were followed, harassed and yelled by the Islamists, including with calls of “with fire and blood we’ll free Al Aqsa”.
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