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Hotovely: Response to Glick shooting must be Jewish prayer on Temple Mount

reposted from The Jerusalem Post
11.04.2014 | 11 Heshvan, 5775

Likud deputy minister visits Temple Mount, says status quo at holy site must be changed.

Jews must be allowed to pray on the Temple Mount, Deputy Transportation Minister Tzipi Hotovely said Tuesday on a visit to the Holy Site.

"We must change the status quo," she said. "The Temple Mount must go back to being a place for Jewish prayer."

According to Hotovely, the attempt by an Arab terrorist from east Jerusalem to assassinate Temple Mount activist Rabbi Yehuda Glick last week was meant to deter Jewish people from visiting the site.

"Our response must be to strengthen the Jewish presence on the Temple Mount," Hotovely stated.

Hotovely's visit to the Temple Mount came a day after MK Shuli Moalem (Bayit Yehudi) ascended the Mount and was surrounded by Muslim women shouting at her "Allahu Akbar" (God is great) and "get out of here," and then shoved by one of the women.

Moalem was not injured and filed reports to police and Knesset security.



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