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In October 2006, during the intermediary days of Sukkot - chol hamoed - over one thousand Jews ascended the Temple Mount, in strict accordance with Jewish halachic law. Hundreds went up each day, in groups of fifty or more. Even these modest numbers were great enough to "overwhelm" the police, plainsclothesmen, and Moslem Wakf stalkers, enabling the visitors to elude their watchful gaze, and offer up prayers on this the holiest spot on earth. In the pictures below, taken on the first of the intermediary days, Rabbi Richman can be seen leading a large group of pilgrims around the perimeter of the Temple Mount.

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To arrange a trip to the Temple Mount, in accordance with the strict requirements of Jewish law, click here to contact Rabbi Chaim Richman.

 

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