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Witness: Arab Women's 'Chain Mob' Keeps Jews Off Temple Mount

reposted from Israel National News
2/25/2015, Shevat 12, 5775

Jews who attempt to ascend to the Temple Mount have a great many obstacles placed in their way. Here is one more.

by Yaakov Levi

Jews who attempt to ascend to the Temple Mount have a great many obstacles placed in their way – and the latest consists of mobs of Muslim women who form human chains, effectively preventing anyone – especially Jews – from passing them.

Matan Nahum, a resident of Beit Horon, told Arutz Sheva that he and a friend who had attempted to visit the Temple Mount, and encountered just such a group – accompanied by mobs of children and youths who cursed, spit, and threw rocks at them.

The two then proceeded to an observation point on the north side of the Temple Mount, where viewers can see the site of the Holy of Holies, the most important part of the Temple – but, here, too, they were impeded by a “human chain” of veil-covered Muslim women, ululating, cursing, and spitting at the two Jewish youths who were unable to proceed, said Nahum.

“We found ourselves, two Jews, facing a huge crowd of Arabs who would not let us move,” Nahum said. “All the while, another large group of Arabs advanced on us, spitting and throwing objects, apparently planning to attack us.

The two finally found a police officer – who advised them not to bother to try and approach the Mount. “This is a well-known phenomenon,” Matan quoted the officer as saying. “The Arabs are likely to conduct a violent riot, it is not worth attempting to move further. Apparently, quiet is more important for police than ensuring our rights,” Matan added.

 

 

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