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Temple Mount Visits According to Jewish Law Organized For Sukkot

reprinted from Arutz 7
Sep. 29, 2006

12:35 Oct 03, '06 / 11 Tishrei 5767

( Visits for Jewish men and women who wish to visit the Temple Mount in accordance with Jewish law are being offered over the course of the Sukkot Festival.

All tours begin at 7.30 AM from the Mughrabi Gate, adjacent to the main entrance to the Western Wall plaza.

Sunday October 8: Dr. Yoel Elitzur (Hebrew), Rabbi Haim Richman (English), Shmuel Ben Hamu (French)
Monday October 9: Dr. Michael Ben-Ari (H), Nachum Schnitzer (E), Archaeologist Yaffa Musaii (Women, Hebrew)
Tuesday October 10: Dr. Yaacov Heyman (H), Rabbi Nachman Kupietzky (E), Yosef Dayan (Spanish)
Wednesday October 11: Menachem Ben-Yashar (H), Rabbi Zvi Rugan (E), Lily Richman (Women, Bilingual)
Thursday October 12: Golan Shai-Cohen (H), Adv. Shmuel Caspar (E), Moshe Garbuz (Russian)
Sunday October 15: Yoel Lerner (Bilingual)

Participants must undergo physical preparations and immerse in a ritual bath beforehand, as well as arrive dressed in non-leather shoes. Police require a passport to ascend the mount. For more information about the free tours and instructions on how to prepare, call (02) 571 0171 or 050 658 0224 (from outside Israel: +972 2 571 0171 or +972 50 658 0224).



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