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Video: Soccer and Dirty Language on the Temple Mount

reprinted from Arutz 7
Shevat 6, 5771, 11 January 2011

by Elad Benari

(Israelnationalnews.com) A new video which was recently posted to YouTube depicts Arabs playing soccer on the Temple Mount. The video goes on to show Arabs cursing people who are filming them as they gather in the area.

The individuals who uploaded the video clip to YouTube have issued an urgent call to the thousands of Jews who visit the Western Wall to go up to the Temple Mount and stop those Arabs who defile the place.

The call says that "a Jewish presence on the Temple Mount will help stop the desecration. Remember who sets the agenda on the Temple Mount: it is only the Israeli police. The more Jews that go up to the Temple Mount, the less Arabs that will be allowed to go up by the police."

The call also noted that Muslim holy sites such as Mecca and Islam are treated respectfully by Arabs, and that only on the Temple Mount may one find Arab children playing ball or Arabs harvesting olives.

"This behavior may undermine the fact that the Muslims themselves believe the Temple Mount is a holy site for Islam," reads the call. "And what they claim as Muslim holiness on the Temple Mount, might really be an excuse to harm the Jewish presence on the Temple Mount."

 

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